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The University Celebrated The International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center His Excellency the University Rector Pro. Faleh Bin Raja Allah Al-Sulami sponsored the celebration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities Organized by Special Needs Center on Thursday morning. The celebration took place on the Deanship of Student Affairs in the University’s main campus. It was entitled “The future is accessible”. Immediately after his arrival at the ceremony venue, his Excellency tried the wheelchair and the white cane. He was briefed on the accompanying exhibition which included some participation of the university’s talented students with special needs.  Al-Sulami expressed his gratitude to the Center’s staff for their efforts in serving people with Spacial needs. He also pointed out that the University is glad to participate in this celebration. The University also devotes all efforts to support and develop all things that contribute to serving people with special needs in the academic and social levels.  On the other hand, in conjunction with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, King Khalid University signed a cooperation agreement with the Disabled Children Association in Asir. That agreement revolved around achieving complementarity between the two sides by activating their responsibilities towards the community and upgrading the programs and activities that serve people in Asir region. The Deputy Governor of Asir region, Development Affairs Assistant Dr. Ibrahim Bin Sulaiman Al-Duraibi witnessed signing the agreement between the University represented by the Supervisor of Partnerships and Agreements, Dr. Yasser Zayed Asiri and the Association’s manager Abdullah Al-Mheseni.  In general, the provisions of the agreement stated that the University provides medical and educational services to the Association. As well as, enabling the University staff to register in the Membership of the Association. In addition to many areas that contribute to the service of the community of Asir region.
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The University and “Monsha’at” Present Entrepreneurial Opportunities

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University represented by the Center of talent, creativity and entrepreneurship conclude, yesterday, the camp devoted to developing the initial model for entrepreneurs. The camp was recently established in collaboration with the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises. It was attended by the University Vice-Rector business and knowledge economy Dr. Abdullatef Al-Hudaithi, in the University’s main campus in Abha.  The entrepreneurial opportunities which were concluded from the camp were presented at the closing ceremony. Ten entrepreneurial contributions were presented. During the meeting was a meeting with a number of distinguished entrepreneurs.  Al-Hudaithi expressed in his speech at the beginning of the ceremony that the University is glad to host this camp. The collaboration with the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises is also appreciated. This project was based on the shared vision of serving the community and enhancing the University's developmental role. To create an environment that motivates creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. To also support creative projects and turn them into economic products. He pointed that this camp comes in accordance with the vision of Saudi Arabia 2030.  He also expressed his gratitude to Hie excellency the University vise rector for his support and eagerness to accelerate the development of knowledge; Offering the necessary tools in the field of entrepreneurship. He also thanked all those who made this camp a success. Especially the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises, Center of Talent, Creativity and Entrepreneurship at the University and all those who contributed to the success of this camp.  At the end of the ceremony, the entrepreneurs, the winners in the competitions, the organizers, and participants were honored. 
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Media Center Hosts 65+ Particpant Workshop

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University's Media Center organized a training workshop for the International Scholarship Students entitled 'Basics to Preparing News Content in Multimedia'. The workshop was delivered by Media and Communication Department Lecturer Laasan Campus, Mr. Mohammad Shami. The workshop, which was attended by 65 students, included various topics about the news and its importance. Based on his field experience, Mr. Shami explained how newspapers deal with various events around the world in general and in the Islamic and Arab worlds in particular, highlighting the need to train on how to prepare press material. At the end of the workshop, Media Center General Supervisor, Dr. Mufleh Al-Qahtani, honored Mr. Shami and praised the content of the workshop. He also thanked the General Scholarship Student Administration for their cooperation. The workshop is part of a series of training workshops organized by the King Khalid University Media Center for those who are interested in journalism and media.  
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The University Organizes the Second Conference of Mathematics and its Implications

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University represented by the Mathematics department in the Faculty of Science organized the second international mathematics and implications conference. A selection of specialists from all over the world participated in that Conference. The conference would be held on the twenty second and twenty third of Jummada II 1441_ seventeenth and eighteenth of February 2020.  The Dean of the Scientific Faculty Prof. Ali Al-shati expressed that this conference comes as an extinction to the first mathematics and implications international conference which was held last year. That conference shed light on the latest research in the field of mathematics. It also aims to encourage researchers and mathematic specialists faculty members to promote scientific research through meetings and exchanging ideas with other researchers. They would also benefit from the experience of prominent international scientists in identifying the priorities needed in conducting a scientific research. The president of the Scientific Committee of the Conference Dr. Ali Al-kaldi pointed that the Committee received a lot of participations that were judge and around 80 were accepted. The accepted ones vary from lectures and scientific posters. A workshop will be conducted for statistic specialists in collaboration with the Saudi Association Statistical Sciences. 
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Saudi Medical Colleges Stem Cells Donation Event

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center His Excellency, King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, supported the event held by the Faculty of Medicine on Tuesday morning. The Creativity and Medical Club started a campaign to acknowledge the importance of stem cell donation in association with the Saudi Stem Cells Donor Registry (SSCDR). His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy was also introduced to the objectives event and was provided with a brief description of the importance of stem cell donation awareness. SSCDR's procedures were highlighted by explaining that if a possible stem cell donor is found in the database to be a good match for a recipient, steps are taken to teach the donor about the transplant process and make sure he or she is making an informed decision. It was further highlighted that people who might benefit from stem cell therapies include those with spinal cord injuries, type 1 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, stroke, burns, cancer and osteoarthritis. Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Prof. Sulaiman Al-Humaid, also confirmed the importance of Stem Cell Donations and the necessity of societal awareness. He noted that such awareness is accomplished by intensifying campaigns in this field. Of noteworthy mention, this campaign comes as an extension of the previous event held in summer 2019 that lasted for 3 days in different locations around the region.  
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Meeting people, talking about jobs and routines

The Community Service Unit at Community College for Girls, Abha conducted a five-week English intensive program for students. The program started on October 3, 2019 and ended on November 7, 2019.  On October 3, 2019 Dr. Heba held the first session on the topic of "Parts of Speech", followed by another presentation on "How to make CV and Application by Ms. Fozia Zulfiquar. On October 10, 2019 the second session was organized. Dr. Heba gave a detailed presentation on "Meeting people, talking about jobs and routines" while Ms. Fozia Zulfiquar conducted a workshop on "Applying for a Job" and Ms. Arwa familiarized students with "English Verbs and Tenses".    On October 17, 2019 the third session was organized. Ms. Ameena gave a presentation on "Speaking at University"; while Ms. Saja conducted a practical session on "Vocabularies". On October 24, 2019 the fourth session was addressed by Ms. Fozia on "Job Interview", Ms. Mai on "Quick and Easy Tips for everyone" and Ms. Siraj Muneera on "Directions" respectively.    
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University Rector Launches Southern Region Engineering Colleges Collaborative

                              Source: King Khalid University - Media Center His Excellency, King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, hosted the inaugural meeting of the Southern Region Engineering Colleges Collaborative. This initiative is to advance engineering education and technical advancement by way of cooperative efforts among engineering colleges in the region. Participating institutions include: The College of Engineering at Najran University, the College of Engineering at Jazan University, the College of Engineering at Al Baha University as well as the College of Engineering at Bisha University and King Khalid University. At the beginning of the meeting, His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy welcomed the representatives of the colleges and praised the efforts of the engineering colleges in the Southern region. He noted that these collaborative efforts will benefit and support all of the colleges as well as the citizenry of the Southern region.....more  
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Media and Communication Holds a Symposium on Dealing with Tourists

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center Department of Media and Communication at King Khalid University held a symposium, on Wednesday, at Abha Literary Club, entitled “Improving the Assets of Dealing with Tourists and its Impact on Tourism in Abha". This was part of " Terhab" campaign, organized and supervised by the Department of Media and Communication. The symposium was attended by the Head of Department of Media and Communication, Prof. Ali bin Shwail Al Qarni, the Head of Department of Arabic Language, and a number of university employees and Abha literary Club members. The symposium, addressed International Tourism (tourists experience) which was managed by, Prof. Awad Ibrahim. Dr. Abdulla Al Murai Asiri, a faculty member at the Department of Media and Communication, also addressed experiences in tourism, in addition to the participation of the Tour Guide Mr. Khalid A l Touq, who assured that Islamic moral practices are the best way to host the Kingdom visitors. The Head of Department of Arabic Language Dr. Ahmad Al Tihani, praised the title of “Terhab" campaign, pointing to its eloquent value, and as the Director of Abha Literary Club, he stressed that the club welcomes the students of King Khalid University. At the end of the symposium, the Training Supervisor at the Department of Media and Communication Dr. Ali Zuhair Al Qahtani, announced that the campaign won Best Graduation Project for the students of Department of Media and Communication for the first semester of the Academic year 1441. He also praised the astonishing idea of the campaign.     
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Vice Rector of Academic Affairs Leads International Day of Radiology (IDoR) Ceremony All Regional Hospitals in Attendance

                              Source :  King Khalid University - Media Center   The university recently sponsored the International Day of Radiology (IDoR). His Excellency, King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, and Vice Rector of Academic Affairs, Dr. Saad Du'ajim, hosted the event at the main campus. The Vice Rector toured the radiology exhibition created by the organizers. Following the opening ceremony, there was a group discussion in the visit to the accompanying exhibition. After that, Radiology Department Head, Dr. Maqboul Al-Aliani, led a group discussion on the future of radiological science. Next, Dr. Mohammad Al-Qahtani gave a presentation on short-term advances in radiological methods. Towards the end of the event, Vice Rector Du'ajim thanked the Medical College and the Department for their hard work in creating the program. He also thanked all of those who participated and attended the event. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the (Isha'a) Initiative Award for Innovation and Research Excellence and the Annual Scientific Day Initiative for undergraduate students were launched. In addition, awards were presented to two research groups and to Asma Al-Mujathil for preparing a booklet for Radiology intern students. The organizers also recognized the following sponsors: Saudi German Hospital (Sponsor of the ceremony); Al-Ghad International College; The Administration of Health Affairs of Asir; Asir Central Hospital; Khamis Mushait Hospital; The University Medical City; The Media Center.                          
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Forum Focuses on Women's Health and Sports Education

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center Vice Rector of Female Student Affairs, Dr. Khlood Abu Melha, officiated at the inaugural Health and Sport Education forum. The female Deanship of Student Affairs organized the event. The purpose of the forum was to raise awareness of women's health. Exhibits focused on nutrition, exercise, and psychological well-being. The female colleges, along with the Student Guidance Center, sponsored several events such as a track race, cycling competition, and tennis tournament. More than 2,300 women participated in the forum and competitive events. Dr. Fatimah Sha'aban Asiri, Vice Dean of the Deanship of Student Affairs, started the forum with opening remarks stressing the importance of women's public health and sports education. She noted that women's physical fitness, well-being and participation in sports are important components of the national strategy as per Vision 2030, which the university supports. The three top finishers in the short track race in a field of 60 were: Ghada Ibrahim (1) Alhanoof Al-Shahrani (2) Shatha Al-Shehri (3) The three top finishers in the cycle race in a field of 58 were: Ghada Altheeb (1) Taif Asiri (2) Maryam Al-Zahrani (3) In addition, 60 students participated in the Table Tennis tournament.
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