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Saturday, August 11, 2018

Mrs. Rola Shahwan Direct Manager of “The Policy and Conflict Resolutions Studies Center” in AAUJ has declared that the Center has been granted a full donation of “Erasmus +”. Where about 874 projects in the Middle East and Europe are competing for this endowment and 64 projects on the Palestinian level. The project proposed by the Center under the title of: “Encouraging Scientific Research and enhancing the abilities in Policy and Conflict Resolution Studies” was selected.

This award is granted within “Erasmus +” programs recognized by the European Commission for Education, Youth, and Sports for the period 2014 till 2020,  recently Collaboration programs have been adopted between the EU countries and other different countries worldwide.

Saturday, July 21, 2018
University President Prof. Dr. Ali Zidan Abu Zuhri

The Arab American University allocated scholarships for the Bedouin gatherings at Al-Khan Al-Ahmar area east to Jerusalem, who are threatened with demolition and being exiled from their lands by the Israeli occupation.

“The Chairman of the University Directors Board Dr. Yousef Asfour directions, 10 scholarships have been allocated to Bedouin community students at Al-Khan Al-Ahmar to enhance their determination and fortitude on the ground,” said the university president Prof. Dr. Ali Zidan Abu Zahri.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
A delegation from Al-Khan Al-Ahmar thanks the University for offering 10 scholarships to their children

A delegation from Al-Khan Al-Ahmar Bedouin community, threatened with demolition by the Israeli occupation authorities, thanked the Arab American University for offering 10 scholarships to their kids who wish to join the university to enhance their resilience to face the occupation practices. During their visit to the university the VP for Administrative Affairs Mr. Faleh Abu Arra welcomed them.

The delegation expressed its gratitude for the University's initiative to provide scholarships to their Bedouin community youth. Stressing, this wasn’t surprising for a university that was able to gather the children of historic Palestine in one geographical spot by having nearly half of its students from the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories, to reinforce the Palestinian people’s unity and reflect the reality that we’re unified despite all the artificial boundaries imposed by the occupation.


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