Empowering Arabic Language at AUC

AUC, UNESCO New Blended Learning Online Course Empowers Arabic Teachers

Aiming to increase high-quality online Arabic content in Egypt and the Arab region, AUC’s Graduate School of Education is partnering with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to launch an open-content, blended learning course designed for Arabic-speaking teachers, particularly those in public schools.

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Egyptian Government Approves AUC Centennial Coin

The Egyptian government recently approved the minting of AUC's centennial coin. 

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Sadat Center

AUC Celebrates Inauguration of Sadat City University Center for Career Development

AUC celebrated the launch of a new USAID-funded University Center for Career Development (UCCD) at the University of Sadat City. 

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mental health

Mental Health Matters

For a clinical psychologist, Kate Ellis, assistant professor of psychology, has a   uniquely hands-off approach to therapy. In fact, she is trying to make the demand for traditional therapy as minimal as possible in Egypt.  

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AUCians Reflect on Greatest Blessings

With Thanksgiving, AUCians share what they're most thankul for. The reflections varied between family, work colleagues and even the simplest blessings in life that we might not stop to recognize every single day "I am thankful for every breath I take without pain, for every minute i spend happily with no fear or anxiousness with my kids and family, for the blessing of having true friends who care, and for having many things that i take for granted sometimes, but are indeed a blessing that a lot would die for."          

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AUC Alumni, Faculty Showcase Talent in Downtown Art Exhibition

The monthlong exhibition, Nothing Vanishes, Everything Transforms, at the Prince Mohamed Ali Tewfik Palace (Manial Palace) featured the works of 28 Egyptian artists, including AUC alumni Marwan El Gamal '12, Islam Shabana '13, Malak Yacout '15, in addition to Khaled Hafez, adjunct associate professor of design in the Department of the Arts, Shady El Noshokaty, professor of practice in the Department of the Arts, and Huda Lofti, who taught Arab cultural history at AUC from 1983 to 2009.

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