Former AUI Professor of Business Administration Nicholas Hamelin’s newest work has recently been accepted for publication in the Asian Journal of Business Research’s (AJBR) eponymous eighth volume’s first issue. The article, entitled “Comparing Work-Related Values of Moroccan, US, Chinese, Canadian and Iranian” was co-written with AUI Master’s student Yasmina El Haddou-Yousefi.”
Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane (AUI) School of Science and Engineering (SSE) student Ali Chrichmi was recently invited to screen and discuss his new short film entitled “The Black Friday” at l'Institut Supérieure d'Ingenierie et des Affaires during their “Short Film Week” between March 19th and 23rd.
It is with great pleasure that we announce that Ali’s “The Black Friday” also won the award for “Best Scenario” during the “Festival International de Court Métrage’s” first iteration that took place from April 16th to April 21st.
On March 15–17, 2018, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane's (AUI) very own Multimedia Librarian—Aziz El Hassani—attended Harvard Graduate School of Education's professional seminar series entitled "Library Leadership in a Digital Age". The series sought to show librarians how to maximize their institutions' libraries' efficiency, thereby enabling them to order their affairs in such a way that benefits the creativity that oftentimes characterizes the progressive minds of their schools' professorial and student bodies.
SHSS Professor Vesna Dragojlov gave a seminal lecture entitled "Risk Change" at the Serbian Museum of African Art that discussed the status of design and art in Morocco. The lecture, which drew large crowds, merited enough follow-up TV interviews and newspaper mentions that Dr. Dragojlov has been called back for a subsequent lecture in June. Coincidentally, the museum will be dedicating an entire exhibit to Morocco.