AMMAN – Undergraduate Marketing and E-Marketing and Social Media students at Middle East University’s Faculty of Business presented their projects for the Online Integrated Marketing Communications course via Zoom, and under the supervision of Dr. Muneir al-Rawashdeh. Dr. Sameer al-Jabali, the Head of the Department of Business Administration and Marketing, commended Dr. al-Rawashdeh and his
AMMAN – The Research and Innovation Fund Management Committee at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research sponsored two research projects conducted by Middle East University on combating the spread of the Coronavirus. MEU’s projects were selected amongst 58 research projects submitted by researchers from 20 Jordanian universities. The Fund’s designated academic and scientific
AMMAN – The Chairman of Middle East University’s Board of Trustees, Dr. Yacoub Nasereddin, called for promoting research in government operations and private economic sectors to better combat the spread of the Coronavirus. Dr. Nasereddin believes that the current situation requires further research efforts in the aim to protect investments and human lives. Dr. Nasereddin
AMMAN – Middle East University concluded a webinar titled “Arab Youth Scientists and the Coronavirus Pandemic: Between Opportunities and Challenges” in cooperation with ArabWays. The webinar was attended by a group of researchers and experts in the fields of medicine, economy, and business. Prof. Aladdin al-Halhouli, the Vice President for Scientific Faculties, said, “We looked
AMMAN – The Department of Information Technology at Middle East University held a number of training courses in designing online examinations for MEU’s faculty members. Eng. Ra’ed al-Lahham, the Director of the Department of Information Technology, said, “The training courses were implemented by the E-Learning Department, in the aim to develop learning, teaching, and evaluation
AMMAN – The Deanship of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research at Middle East University, organised a series of webinars in various subject areas titled “Recovery after Global Turbulence due to the Coronavirus Pandemic”, in cooperation with the University of Strathclyde. Prof. Aladdin al-Halhouli, the Vice President for Scientific Faculties at MEU, said, “We are delighted
AMMAN – In response to the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research’s decisions, Middle East University completed its plan to recover from the implications of the spread of the Coronavirus during the summer semester. The plan includes the measures that should be followed within the University’s policy for risk management. The plan revolved around
AMMAN – The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre at Middle East University held a meeting with representatives of Jordan Customs via Zoom to discuss the latest of their previously established cooperation. The two parties discussed the innovative solutions needed now more than ever in light of the Coronavirus crisis, and the safety procedures followed at the
AMMAN – A group of Graphic Design students at Middle East University’s Faculty of Architecture and Design initiated a project to develop a design concept for the University’s logo. The project was launched as a platform to endorse student creativity, and was supervised by Dr. Wael Abdulsabour. The design concepts presented by students showed their
AMMAN – The Chairman of Middle East University’s Board of Trustees, Dr. Yacoub Nasereddin, was hosted on Hayat FM to speak on the occasion of the 74th Independence Day, which Jordan celebrated on the 25th of May. Dr. Nasereddin took this opportunity to highlight the harmony between Jordan’s leadership and its people in overcoming crisis.