Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Part of the Workshop

Faculty Nursing at AAUP organized a workshop about “the causes of kidney failure and ways of treatment and prevention”, presented by Mr. Allam Rizkallah who worked at a number of hospitals and kidney care departments at the United Arab Emirates.

Delegates and directors from the Palestinian Ministry of Health, and Nursing Directors from public and private hospitals and primary care attended the workshop. As well as Prof. Mohamed Assia, Dean of Allied Medical Sciences and President Assistant for Medical Schools Affairs, along with Dr. Emad Abu Khadr Dean of the Faculty of Nursing.

Monday, June 17, 2019
A workshop for the TESLA project at the university to develop educational materials

The Faculty of Engineering and IT at the University held a workshop for the Tesla project funded by both the European Union and Erasmus Plus, with the participation of Arab American university, Istiqlal University which is the Project Manager, Polytechnic University, Al-Quds Open University, Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra, and Polytechnic in Romanian Bucharest from Europe.

TESLA project is a capacity building project that aims at integrating virtual reality technology into education process in Palestinian higher education sector. The project includes a series of activities with European training for developing scenarios of educational materials in Palestinian universities. In addition to many technical training workshops for engineers and programmers to develop educational programs for Students using virtual reality technology.

Sunday, May 5, 2019
Part of the workshop

The Faculty of Graduate Studies organized a workshop entitled "Peace in Ireland and Brexit implications on the Good Friday Agreement", the workshops targeted studdents from Conflict Resolution Master program in the course of Comparative Peace Processes, taught by Dr. Dalal Erekat.​

The workshop hosted The Irish consul for Palestine Mr. Jonathan Kunlun, along with the lecturer at the Irish University of Maine Dr. Gary Mayson, and the political consul of the British consulate in Jerusalem Mr. Jack Fletzgerald.


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