New scholarship agreement between the International College Alumni Association and LAU aims to keep talent in country to better society and encourage prosperity.
A newly dedicated conference room by Walid A. Mroueh of Mersaco forges deeper relations between the donor and LAU, benefitting students and graduates.
The Bassam Lahoud Designated Scholarship Grant for SArD students reflects the university’s spirit of giving.
LAU inaugurates the new center that will help steer students toward creativity and entrepreneurship.
“LAU is Here for You” was the theme of 7th fundraising Gala Dinner organized by the Development Office at LAU. It mirrors the spirit of giving that dominates the values of LAU and relates to the university’s relentless focus on giving back to all academically qualified students, regardless of their financial burdens, race, or creed.
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.