Founded in 1866, the American University of Beirut is a teaching-centered research university based on the American liberal arts model of higher education. AUB has over 8,000 students and 800 faculty members. The University encourages freedom of thought and expression and seeks to graduate men and women committed to creative and critical thinking, lifelong learning, personal integrity, civic responsibility, and leadership.
AUB is accredited in the US by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and includes six faculties: Arts and Sciences, Medicine, Engineering and Architecture, Agricultural and Food Sciences, Health Sciences, and Business. AUB offers more than 130 programs leading to bachelor's, master's, MD, and PhD degrees. The main language of instruction is English.
Learn more about how you can join the American University of Beirut. AUB seeks applicants with a proven record of academic excellence, intellectual vitality, and civic responsibility. In accordance with its founding mission and its equal opportunity policy, the University admits students regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, or nationality.
The vibrant and dynamic research environment at AUB enhances the educational experience for all and serves the wider communities—local and global—by advancing knowledge in a wide range of disciplines.
Recognizing and honoring our responsibility for others has been an integral part of AUB’s mission since the earliest days. Today, AUB is at the forefront of addressing the most pressing concerns of this country, this region, and its people.
To ensure the University can continue to inspire current and future generations of smart and able students who can rise to this challenge, we are embarking on a transformative capital campaign, BOLDLY AUB: The Campaign to Lead, Innovate, and Serve.
This Committee is responsible to review potential membership among the students, faculty, alumni and honorary categories.
The Chairperson of this Committee is the president-elect.
This Committee shall be dissolved once its mission is completed.
The Administrative, Web and Communications Committee:
The Committee shall be responsible for the administrative duties of the Chapter, for maintaining and updating the Gamma Delta Chapter website and social media outlets, as well as liaising communication with members and other relevant parties.
The Chairperson of this committee is the Secretary.
This Committee is active for one year.
The Activities Committee:
The Committee shall organize the annual Student Research Day/Scientific Poster Competition.
The Committee may consult with the Student Services Office and Faculty Members of the AUB-FHS when developing the annual Gamma Delta Chapter activities program (fundraising, webinars, talks, conferences, Health Day, etc.).
Committee members shall agree on a Chairperson from within the committee.
This Committee is active for one year from April 1 to March 31.
The Committee shall collect nominations for officer positions from active Chapter members.
The Committee shall organize the elections, and oversee the election of new officers.
The Committee shall be dissolved once its mission is completed.
In consultation with the other Officers, the President may appoint special committees and define their duties. Special committees shall be dissolved at the end of office of the appointing President unless their mission is completed at an earlier date, or if the new President continues the committee.
Ms. Mitra Tauk
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