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Wednesday, October 11, 2023

The Ph.D candidate Rola Jarrar defended her thesis entitled: “The Role of Human Resources Management in Palestinian Institutions: The Impact of Enhancing Ability, Motivation, and Opportunities (AMO) Practices on Institutional Performance” to obtain the Ph.D of business.

The study conducted by the researcher focused on the level of implementation of high-performance work practices (HPWPs) based on individual and organizational growth (AMO) in Palestinian service institutions. It also aimed to explore the relationships between these practices, employee outcomes, and organizational outcomes as perceived by the employees, while considering the context of the private and public sectors. Additionally, the study examines the impact of employee outcomes on the relationship between high-performance practices and organizational outcomes.

Wednesday, October 11, 2023
Researcher Manar Abusebaa Obtains the Ph.D of Business

The Ph.D candidate Manar Abusebaa defended her dissertation entitled: “E-Leadership in Palestinian Higher Education Institutions in the West Bank during Crises” to obtain the Ph.D of business. The Ph.D of Business program is implemented in cooperation between the Arab American University and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

The study aimed to evaluate the extent to which higher education institutions in the West Bank - Palestine adopt electronic leadership during crises. The researcher evaluated the relationship between the personality and skills of the leader, his social awareness, the availability of resources and electronic leadership.

Wednesday, August 2, 2023
Student Fadia Ibrahim Defends Her Ph.D. Dissertation in Business

Researcher Fadia Ibrahim, a Ph.D. student in the joint business program with Indiana University of Pennsylvania, defended her dissertation entitled: "School Principals' Practices in Technological Leadership and its Impact on the Technology Integration by Teachers."

The study aimed to investigate the impact of school principals' practices in technological leadership on teachers' integration of technology into classrooms, considering the variables of professional development, gender, experience, and professional diploma in school leadership. Data was collected by conducting a cross-sectional survey of a sample of 319 principals and 895 teachers from Palestinian public schools.


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