On Wednesday, 8 Jumada Al-Thani, 1440 A.H., corresponding to 13 February 2019 A.C., His Excellency Prof. Ihsan bin Salih Al-Mu`taz, the Dean of the College of Business Administration, met some of the female academic staff and employees, as part of the open meetings organized by the vice deanship of the college. The event took place at the Seminar Hall at the headquarters of the college, in Rea Dhakhir.
This meeting comes within the framework of the keenness of the Dean of the College of Business Administration to listen to the various opinions, and provide an opportunity for faculty members and employees to discuss all their questions, queries, and suggestions.
The talks and discussions were broadcast by closed-circuit television in the presence of Dr. Hana' Al-Utaibi, the Vice Dean of the College of Business Administration for Educational Affairs, the deputy heads of the departments, and a number of academic staff from the university.
At the beginning of the event, the College's Dean gave a welcome speech in which he expressed his thanks to the Vice Dean of the College for organizing this meeting, which comes in response to the principle of open dialogue between the Deanship of the College and its affiliates to discuss various academic, administrative and developmental topics. He stressed that the event was launched with the aim of promoting the college to fulfill its mission, and contributing to the continuity of the success of the College of Business Administration.
On her part, Her Excellency Dr. Hana' bint Jaza' Al-Utaibi, the Vice Dean of the College of Business Administration for Educational Affairs, welcomed His Excellency the Dean of the College, on behalf of the college and its affiliates, thanking and appreciating him for attending the meeting.
Dr. Al-Mu`taz pointed to the important achievements made in the college during the past years, and the efforts exerted by the vice deans of the college to develop the work mechanism in the college. He also stressed that the college is particularly proud of the efforts made in the female section to promote the role of the college in the university and the society.
The Dean also presented and discussed many topics, and expressed his keenness to communicate with the academic staff members to listen to their opinions and suggestions.
Then the attendants were given time to make their interventions, to raise questions, to offer suggestions and to voice their opinions, and His Excellency the Dean answered all of them clearly.