1. SQU Council Approves Center for Innovation & Technology Transfer
  2. SQU Signs Cooperation Agreement with Muscat Securities Market
  3. Information Systems Students ‘Capture’ the Cybersecurity Flag
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  5. SQU, Al Buraimi Solar Energy Systems Sign Cooperation Program
  6. SQU, Oman Oil Marketing Company Sign Sponsorship Agreement
  7. “Anwaar Ramadhan” Exhibition Features Pics of the Past
  8. Association of Arab Universities Executive Council Meets at SQU
  9. CAMS Academic’s Book Deals with Food Microbial Analyses
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  11. Good Nutrition during Ramadan
  12. Forum on Future Media Discusses Media Sector Challenges
  13. SQU This Week
  14. SQU Hosts Pearl Initiative Award Ceremony
  15. Huge Enthusiasm for Blockchain Technology in Oman
  16. First Phase of Solar Parking Shades Opened
  17. MSF Students Visit Oman Aquarium Project
  18. Nursing Students Urge Evidence-based Maternity Care Practice
  19. Project Examines Population Structures of Spiny Lobster along Oman’s Coastline
  20. Workshop Sheds Light on “Integration of Technology into Nursing Education”
  21. New Patent for Invention based on “Therapeutic Composition for Treating Gangrene”
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  23. HMTF Projects 2018 Announced
  24. 18th SQU Day Celebrated with Grandeur
  25. SQU Signs Research Cooperation Program with OAPGRC
  26. SQU Organizes First Aid Workshop for School Children
  27. New Assessment Unit Facility at CPS
  28. Statistics to become Independent Department at SQU
  29. Dr. Mona Al Said Receives Charles University’s Gold Medal
  30. SQU This Week
  31. ELT Conference Addresses Current Perspectives, Trends and Challenges
  32. Workshop Highlights Nutritional Antioxidants Therapy
  33. Academics Co-edit Volume on Cancer Prevention and Treatments
  34. Power Station and Transmission Lab Opened
  35. Conference Focuses on Law, Economic and Social Transformations
  36. SQU Marks Biomedical Laboratory Science Day
  37. SQU, RUDN University to Boost Ties
  38. Commercially Valuable Bioproducts from Waste Paper
  39. Forum Highlights Role of Information Specialists in Smart Society
  40. IS Department Holds Industry Advisory Board Meeting
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  42. Jordanian NDC Delegation visits SQU
  43. The Earthquake Monitoring Center and Seismic Hazard Studies in the Sultanate
  44. Research Workshops and Training Held
  45. The Story of a Lighting Revolution
  46. Patent for “Method of Making an Ajwa Date-Based Treatment for Snake Envenomation”
  47. SQU Holds the First Students’ Conference for Scientific Research
  48. Engineering Students Projects on Display
  49. SQU Hosts National Conference on Civil & Architectural Engineering
  50. SQU, Ministry Mark World Water Day 2018
  51. Forum Deliberates Business Intelligence and Big Data Analysis
  52. SQU-Ministry of Higher Education Joint Committee Meets
  53. Forum Addresses Soil System as Foundation of Food Security
  54. Framework for Making Oman an Innovation Hub
  55. CETL Official Opening Held
  56. SQU, University of Nizwa to Enhance Ties
  57. SQU This Week
  58. SQU Receives Egyptian Minister of Higher Education
  59. SQU Team Wins Robot Championship
  60. Conference Discusses Risk Management Practices
  61. Institutional Accreditation
  62. SQU This Week
  63. SQU Launches its New Media Identity
  64. Neuroprotective Effects of Plant Extracts
  65. Technical Festival Features 20 ICT Projects
  66. ICT Accessibility: Oman Well-positioned to Continue Playing a Leading Role
  67. SQU Team Makes Breakthrough in Breast Cancer Research
  68. Sensor-activated Taps Most Effective for Saving Water
  69. Study Underscores the Need for Stronger School-University Partnerships
  70. Study Identifies Factors Impeding Entrepreneurial Growth in Oman
  71. OCMB Hosts Frontiers in Marine Biotechnology Conference
  72. SQU Council Approves Master’s Program in Psychological Counselling
  73. Nursing Conference Focuses on Technology and Innovation
  74. Microbial Fuel Cells: A Promising Energy Source
  75. Researcher Prepares Database of Aquatic Plants in Wadis
  76. Blended Learning Approach Can Tackle Transitional Academic Challenges
  77. Medical Research Centre to Focus on Themes Relevant to Oman

Sultan Qaboos University hosted the 51st meeting of the Executive Council of the Association of Arab Universities on 20 and 21 May. The meeting was chaired by H.E Dr. Ali bin Saud Al Bemani, Vice chancellor of SQU and Deputy Chairperson of the Executive Council for this session and H.E Prof. Sultan Abu Orabi Al Adwan, Secretary General of Association of Arab Universities. Heads of 12 Arab universities are attended the meeting.

The meeting discussed the proposals and recommendations concerning the amendment of the basic system of Association. It also discussed the general decision of the conference in the session concerning the scientific societies, and shed light on the proposal of the University of Jerusalem to establish a council for community responsibility.

The university received the delegation on Sunday evening. The first session was chaired by H.E Dr. Ali Al Bemani, Vice chancellor of SQU. This session  reviewed the topics of the meeting’s agenda and the minutes of the previous meeting, which was held last April at the Lebanese Islamic University in Beirut. The Executive council then discussed the proposed amendments to the basic system of the Association. At its first meeting, the Executive council intended to finalize the proposed amendments to the system. The Association has formed a specialized committee of a number of university presidents to review the system and to submit its proposals to the Council for review and adoption. The amendments were also sent to all member universities for an opinion and proposals. The meeting also reviewed all sections of the system including the discussion of the proposed amendments of the formed committee or members. The opening session concluded with the end of the discussion of the basic system of the Association.

The presidents of Arab Universities had a tour to the main library, Grand Hall, Omani Studies Center at Sultan Qaboos University Cultural Center.

The Association of Arab Universities is a non-governmental organization that has an independent legal character. Its membership includes 280 Arab Universities at the present. AARU’s was established in 1964 upon a resolution issued by the Arab League. Its permanent headquarters has been in Amman, Jordan since 1984.


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