Hassib Sabbagh

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
The University Hosts a Ceremony for Finishing the Program “Enhancing the Skills of Leading Girls and Strengthening Their Economic Opportunities"

The Hassib Sabbagh IT Center for Excellence at Arab American University the ceremony for finishing the program "Enhancing the Skills of Leading Girls and strengthening their Economic Opportunities", which was implemented in cooperation with INJAZ institution, the Canadian government and the Ministry of Education.

The aim of this competition was to focus on the leadership skills of the students and to empower them, in order to develop their entrepreneurial abilities and have the ability to choose the right career path, thus enhancing economic opportunities and helping them to integrate in the labor market.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Part of the Honoring

Hassib Al-Sabbagh IT Center for Excellence at the University honored Raghad Saed Maslamani in 11th grade at Tubas Girls Secondary School, for qualifying to the second stage on the Palestinian level at the competition in Palestine Science and Technology exhibition 2019, annually organized by the Ministry of Education.

Raghad received third place in Tubas governorate her project " Window to Their Spectrum," which focuses on children with autism to find solutions to their behaviors. The project was hosted by Hassib Al Sabbagh Center.

The Center congratulated Raghad and her family on this achievement, wishing them excellence and achieving good results during the second phase of the competition.

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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