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Saturday, December 22, 2018

Aminah Abu-Arrah won the first prize in the "Afrabia" competition for Arab youth – Film category, for a film entitled "Four".

She was honored in The capital of Sudan Khartoum at a ceremony organized by Arab African Youth Council, in the presence of the Ambassador of the State of Palestine to Sudan, Dr. Sameer Abdul Jabbar, and a number of Arab ambassadors and representatives of Arab League, African Union and a number of Sudanese Ministers, Thinkers, and media professionals.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Part of the Competition

The Deanship of Student Affairs at Arab American University organized the International Hult Prize competition titled "Unemployment" in which 15 teams of university students competed to present innovative ideas to combat unemployment. The competition aims to encourage students to innovate, produce and share pioneering ideas.

The competition was opened by the employee of Deanship of Student Affairs at the University Ms. Juanna Al-Hafei where she welcomed the attendees. She assured the importance of the competition, which bears a title that a lot of Arab societies suffers from. Pointing out that the ideas presented in the competition contributes to the alleviation of unemployment, and the winner of this competition will move to other stages reaching globally, as she thanked the Committee of faculty members Dr. Rola Jadallah, Dr. Raed Erekat and Dr. Rami Hadoub and Dr.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

A team of students from the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at the University was qualified for the second phase of the Palestinian start-up support program "PASS", in addition to Arab American University, many universities at the national level has participated as: Jerusalem University, Birzeit University, The idea of the project is to design a device that measures and analyzes ECG signals later, using data mining techniques to predict the patient's cardiac arrhythmias and to find a cure for them before complications occur.

The project, represented by the students Abdul Salam Mansour, Mukhlis Turkman and Sawahra, will receive a funding of an amount of US $ 7,000 for the development of the initial and final models of the system, as well as financial models and studies for the project, work plan and feasibility study. This comes within the framework of the program implemented by Leaders Foundation and the funding of the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the participation of Hassib Al-Sabbagh Center for Information Technology Excellence at the University.


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