“She was an extraordinary woman who had an extraordinary love for everyone, but above all, for her beloved LAU,” said President of the Lebanese American University (LAU), Joseph G. Jabbra, during a building inauguration ceremony on October 6, 2016.
Fouad El-Abd, the founder and president of leading canned food company California Gardens, has pledged a substantial gift towards the Lebanese American University (LAU).
By living a life of compassion, Mona Bawarshi of Gezairi Transport has grown her sea freight company into a regional player.
LAU’s supporters are increasingly giving back to students through valuable internship and career opportunities.
With the support of several leading pharmaceutical companies, the School of Pharmacy held a well-attended event geared toward current and prospective students.
LAU is happy to announce that its inaugural Contributors Report is now available. Produced by the university’s Office of Development, in coordination with several other departments, this report aims to recognize donors’ generosity.
Dr. Walid A. Mroueh, member of the board and executive management of both the Food & Drug Corporation s.a.l. and Mersaco, Lebanon’s largest importers of medicine, has pledged $125,000 to the Lebanese American University (LAU) School of Pharmacy.
Obtaining a university education is an unattainable dream for many underprivileged young people. However, it has become a reality for hundreds of students without the means to attend through LAU’s University Scholarship Program (USP), a USAID-funded initiative that covers scholars’ full tuition and related expenses.
From interior design to fine arts, the students who make up the Mu’taz and Rada Sawwaf M.A. in Islamic Art and Architecture (IAA) program all come from diverse academic backgrounds. Yet these eight students, who have led the new program to exceed enrollment forecasts, are united by a common curiosity and enthusiasm for the field.