UQU Vice President for Development and Entrepreneurship Dr. Hani bin Osman bin Ghazi launched the scientific program (Teaching & Evaluation Café) carried out by the UQU Vice Presidency for Development and Entrepreneurship represented by the Deanship of Development and Quality. Present in the launching ceremony which took place in the Deanship of Development and Quality Training Hall, were the Dean of Development and Quality Dr. Mohamed Jaafar Thabit, Vice Dean of Development and Quality for Assessment and Evaluation Dr. Ziab bin Ayedh Al-Malki, and Vice Dena of Deanship of Development and Quality Dr. Suzan bint Mohamed Bardees.
Dr. Hani praised such step taken by the Deanship of Development and Quality represented by the Assessment and Evaluation Unit. He also lauded the efforts exerted by the Vice Presidency, the Deanship and the team supervising the implementation of this program.
Within the same vein, the Dean of Development and Quality Dr. Mohamed Jaafar Thabit expressed his thanks and appreciation to the UQU Vice President for Development and Entrepreneurship Dr. Hani Ghazi for his support and keenness attached to the system services thus contributing to upgrading the educational and research system in the university and increasing scientific and educational performance efficiency through training and qualification provided for the faculty members in line with the scientific standards based on the visions and aspirations the university is very keen to adhere to in this regards.
For his part, the Vice Dean of the Deanship of University Development and Quality for Measurement and Evaluation Dr. Ziab bin Ayedh Al-Malki extended his thanks and appreciation to the UQU Vice President for Development and Entrepreneurship, Dean of Development and Quality and to the Vice Dean of Deanship of Development and Quality Dr. Suzan Bardees for attaching concern to boosting scientific momentum in the university wishing continuation and development of such program and all other similar scientific programs. He added that Assessment and Evaluation Unit seeks to discriminate culture of assessment and evaluation, empower faculty members and provide them with necessary tools and capabilities to ensure the success of the educational and research process. He also extended his thanks to all faculty members attending the first program launching meeting and to Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud Abdul-Wahab who presented and directed the session.