Public Relations

Monday, July 12, 2021
From Asdaa’ News Organization, a Youth Journalists Delegation Visits AAUP

Dr. Ameen Abu Wardeh- Asdaa’ News Manager and a delegation contain trainees and journalist staff from the organization visited Arab American University.

Mr. Fadi Jumaa- the PR Manager in AAUP, Mr. Sudqi Mousa- the Lecturer in Arabic Language and Media Department and Ms. Samah Dwahdi and Mr. Raid Abu Baker – PR Employees were in their reception.

After welcoming the delegation and providing an explanation about AAUP, the delegation went in a field trip to see the Arabic Language and Media Department in the Faculty of Arts, the Media and TV Department and the Sports facilities in AAUP.

Sunday, July 4, 2021
Thesis Defense about the US Usage of Strategic Political Communication via "Twitter" in Promoting the "Deal of the Century"

Researcher Mousa Amr Khalil – a student at the Master in Contemporary Public Relations Program in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in AAUP defended his thesis under the topic of “the US Usage of Strategic Political Communication via Twitter in Promoting the Deal of the Century”.

The study aimed to reveal the mechanisms that Donald Trump- the former US President used to make Twitter as the main strategic political communication tool to promote the deal of the century and the other agreements with the Arab countries. The researcher explained that Trump used Twitter to spot light on the convincing techniques, especially the ones related to the message specifications and the propaganda technology.  

Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Arab American University

18 Years of Establishment

More than 20 young men and women sing with symphony and harmony “O My country we write your Name”, where the coach of the choir of Arab American University Mr. Louai Bilawi says his orders to repeat over and over again the sentence to achieve the symphony and harmony, which makes them complete "... On the sun when it fades."

The choir is preparing for intensive weekly trainings to present its upcoming annual concert. Belawi said he did not expect this harmony among its young people. "They came from different geographical and cultural backgrounds, but music, as well as the university, is capable of loading those energies and talents and transforming them into creativity."

The historic areas of Palestine from which the members of the choir are presented come from Jenin, Jerusalem, Arraba al-Batuf, Hebron, Baqa al-Gharbiya, Daliyat al-Carmel, the Negev and the Golan Heights.


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