Umm Al-Qura University

UQU President Takes Six Administrative Decisions


Decisions , Community ,
- 2017/12/03

The UQU President, Dr. Bakri bin M'atooq Assas, has taken six administrative decisions.


The Advisor to the UQU President, and Supervisor General of his office, Mr. Essam bin Hassan Margooshi, announced that the said decisions stipulated:


1- Transferring the mandate of Dr. Sohail bin Abdullah bin Saadulddin Waheeb to be the Vice Dean of Consulting Research and Studies Institute for Business Development and Implementation as of Rabi Al-Awal 15, 1439 H till the end of his tenure at the Institute's Vice Deanship for Professional Accreditation Support  ending on Shawal 5, 1440 H;
2- Transferring the mandate of Dr. Raed bin Abdul-Rahman bin Khalil Shalwala to be the Vice Dean of Consulting Research and Studies Institute for Professional Accreditation Support as of Rabi Al-Awal 15, 1439 H till the end of his tenure  at the Institute's Vice Deanship for Business Development and Implementation ending on Shawal 5, 1440 H;
3- Renewing the mandate of Dr. Mohamed bin Osama bin Mostafa Noor as a Supervisor of the Department of Health Awareness and Promotion in the College of Public Health and Health Informatics for a tenure of one year as of Rabi Al-Awal 17, 1439 H;
4- Designating Dr. Najwa bint Hussein bin Abdurabo Samargandi as the Vice Dean of the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, females section, for a tenure of six months as of Rabi Al-Awal 15, 1439 H;
5- Renewing the mandate of Dr. Mona bint Mohamed bin Abdullah Hajji as the Vice Dean of Admission and Registration for student support, females section for a tenure of two years as of Muharram 22, 1439 H;
6- Designating Dr. Somaya bint Ezzat bin Sharaf as the Vice Dean of Scientific Research for Research Volunteering and Voluntary Research for a tenure of six months as of Al-Awal 15, 1439 H; 

The UQU President, Dr. Assas, wished them good luck with their new positions and called upon them to make every effort to drive the university to the sought-after target.

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