University Rector Issues Appointment Decisions

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center
 

His Excellency King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Falleh Al Solamy, issued a number of administrative appointments and recruitment decisions in September 2020. He congratulated the recently assigned, wishing them all the best.

University Spokesperson Dr. Mufleh Al-Qahtani explained that the faculty member decisions included:

  • Extension: Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ibrahim Al-Faqih, Dean of the College of Science and Arts in Tanuma;
  • Extension: Dr.Yahya bin Abdullah Al-Sharif, Dean of the College of Human Sciences;
  • Extension: Dr. Khalid bin Awda Al-Ahmari, Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences in Abha;
  • Extension: Dr. Fayez bin Awad bin Dhafra, Dean of the College of Business.
  • Appointment: Dr. Yousef bin Ibrahim Zahrani, Vice Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences in Khamis Mushait for Academic Development and Quality;
  • Extension: Dr. Ali bin Hussain Al-Khaldi, Vice Dean, Deanship of Admissions and Registration, Technical Affairs;
  • Extension: Hessa bint Muhammad Al-Maloth, Vice Dean, Deanship of Academic Development and Quality;
  • Appointment: Dr. Ayman bin Ibrahim Kahmash, Vice Dean of the College of Computer Science for Educational and Academic Affairs;
  • Extension: Dr. Mufreh bin Saeed Al Kardam, Vice Dean of the College of Education for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research;
  • Extension: Dr. Ahmed bin Ibrahim Asiri, Vice Head of the Research and Consulting Studies Institute for Development and Marketing;
  • Appointment:: Dr. Suhair Bint Essa Al-Qahtani, Vice Dean of the College of Human Sciences (Female Section);
  • Extension: Dr. Fakih Abdo Al-Rabaye, Strategic Plan Supervisor;
  • Extension: Dr. Salem bin Ali Al-Faifi, General Supervisor of the General Administration of Educational Services;
  • Extension: Dr. Sami bin Musbeh Al-Shehri, General Supervisor of the International Classifications Unit;
  • Appointment: Dr. Fahad Otaif, Consultant, Office of the Vice Rector for Educational and Academic Affairs;
  • Extension: Dr. Ibrahim bin Mufrah Al-Manjhi, Supervisor, Statistical Studies and Research Support Unit;
  • Appointment: Dr. Wael Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, Head of the Clinical Pharmacy Department at the College of Pharmacy;
  • Extension: Dr. Halima bint Ibrahim Al-Saeedi, Supervisor of the Women's Physics Department at the College of Science;
  • Extension: Dr. Amal Ahmed Aqlan, Supervisor of the Women's Business Administration Department at the College of Science and Arts in Mohayil;
  • Appointment: Dr. Fatima bint Jaber Al-Mishari, Supervisor of the Women's Arabic Language Department at the College of Science and Arts in Mohayil;
  • Appointment: Dr. Rahma bint Ahmed Al Ahmed, Supervisor of the Women's Department of Islamic Studies at the College of Science and Arts in Mohayil;
  • Extension: Dr. Mohammad bin Ali Al-Qahtani, Head of the Biology Department at the College of Science;
  • Extension: Dr. Tarfa bint Saleh Al-Ghamdi, Head of the Islamic Studies Department at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait;
  • Extension: Dr. Khalid bin Mushabab Al Sayyad, Director of the Research Center at the College of Science;
  • Extension: Dr. Saeed bin Mohammad Al Musa, Director of the Research Center at the College of Human Sciences;
  • Extension: Dr. Dokhna Ali Al-Shehri, Supervisor of the Women's Department of Quranic Sciences at the College of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion.
     

Congratulations to all of our colleagues who have achieved extensions or new appointments. His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy wished those granted extensions continued success in their endeavors. He also explained that we are looking forward to benefitting from the talents and efforts of the new appointees.

 

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