Arab American University took part in the 27th meeting of the Arab Council for Student’s Training and Innovation (ACSTI) for students training mobility between Arab Universities that was hosted by Misr University for Science and Technology- Egypt.
Dr. Nizam Thiab represented the university in this meeting that was organized with the presence of presidents and representatives from 36 universities came from 12 Arab countries. The meeting was organized under the auspices of Dr. Omar Salameh- the Secretary General of the Association of Arab Universities and Dr. Fawaz Zaghloul- the Director of the Arab Council for Student’s Training.
The Deanship of Student Affairs in Arab American University shared some artistic photos in a fair that was organized in Ramallah city under the name of “Shams Al Hurryeh” (Freedom Sun) organized by Al Bireh Municipality under joint collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Prisoners Affairs Authority. In the fair, a painting by Duaa Rabayaa- a student at the Arabic Language and Media Department in AAUP was displayed.
120 artists participated in the fair where they shared their paintings to express the suffering of prisoners. At the end of the fair, participants were honored, including Duaa Rabayaa whose painting had the admiration of people who visited the fair.
Arab American University took part in a workshop about “Empowering Women, Enhancing Discourse and Renouncing Violence in the Higher Education Institutions” that was organized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research among (Woleod 3) project that is funded by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS)
In the 2 days workshop, participants discussed the ways to address the violence problem among students of the higher education institutions and to enhance discourse. The workshop also continued I discussing topics from previous workshops that are related to empowering female students to participate in the university life and be part of the student council elections. Part of the workshop was about training to students in the fields of enhancing discourse language and renouncing violence from a gender perspective.