The late alumna Lamia Sabbah Ali-Ahmed was remembered at a special event where academics discussed and distributed copies of her thesis.
Students from Douma now have access to more scholarship support thanks to the Hanna and Nina Ayoub Foundation’s recent contribution of $10,000 to establish five scholarships designated towards students from the north Lebanon village. A gift signing ceremony took place at Hanna and Nina Ayoub’s residence in Yarze in fall 2018, and was attended by President Joseph G. Jabbra and Director of Development Lana Abou Teen, who facilitated the donation to the university.
LAU supporters celebrate the university’s achievements and reaffirm commitment to providing opportunities for deserving students.
Four business students had the opportunity to meet with LAU alumnus and new donor Wissam Moukahal to show their appreciation for his generosity.
A large new high-tech laboratory will help Nutrition students take their learning to the next level.
Leila El Solh Hamadé honored for Alwaleed Bin Talal Humanitarian Foundation’s 15 years of service in Lebanon.
“It’s always about giving back to the society that has believed in me, to friends, to family, and to LAU for its support,” says high-achieving Christelle Barakat, a third-year LAU student.
International speakers and participants came together at the succesful International Symposium of Neurovascular Disease 2018, backed by generous sponsors.
Children of LAU alumna honor their mother in a big way by establishing a full scholarship in her memory.
Students on both the Beirut and Byblos campuses have recently enjoyed the opportunity to learn the Italian language from a native instructor. Offered during the summer and fall 2018 semesters, Beginning Italian and Italian II courses, respectively, are a contribution from the Italian Embassy and Italian Cultural Institute who have funded an Italian instructor to teach full time for two semesters.