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Saturday, June 27, 2020
AAUP donation of 200 kits of medical and preventive supplies to the Palestinian Ministry of Health to help in facing COVID-19

Celebrating its 20th year, Arab American University will be pleased to share its success story and rapid response during the Corona pandemic and how it started the e-learning at the beginning of the Spring Semester that started due to the case of emergency caused by the spread of COVID-19.

Before going in depth in this successful and positive experiment, and how Arab American University has managed to switch to the e-learning since the beginning of the spread of COVID-19, it is important to mention that AAUP was established in 2000 and it is an emerging Palestinian university that managed to keep up with the latest and most current scientific and research development during the last 20 years just like the best universities around the world.

Sunday, April 19, 2020
AAUP Online workshop on Northern Ireland Peace Process

Irish representative to Palestine, the British political Consul and Belfast Civil Society expert join AAUP Online workshop on Northern Ireland Peace Process.

Online workshop via Zoom on Northern Ireland for the Conflict Resolution MA program. Dr Dalal Iriqat held an online workshop on the Peace Process of Northern Ireland that led to the Good Friday agreement, the workshop presented the Irish- British and Northern Irish perspectives. 

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Sunday, April 12, 2020
Dr Christopher Sistrunk joined the Research Methods course meeting via zoom

During the research methods course offered to students at the Molecular genetics and gene toxicology Master‘s program, Dr Nouar Qutob had a guest speaker joining via zoom, Dr Christopher Sistrunk, who talked to the students about graduate research admissions, phd applications and research using real life examples. The Lecture had high student engagement with fruitful discussions. 

Dr Christopher Sistrunk is an Assistant Professor in the division of Health Equities and the division of Biomarkers of Early Detection and Prevention within the department of Population Sciences at City of Hope, USA. Dr. Sistrunk plays an important role in the overall mission of City of Hope as a leading NIH-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Sistrunk serves as an enterprise-wide leader in administration, education, research, and community relations.

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