Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane - Spotlights

Spotlights

Christopher Longhurst

Christopher Longhurst, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Al Akhawayn School of Humanities and Social Sciences, published "The Science of Angelology in the Modern World: A Revival of Angels in Contemporary Culture” in The Catholic Response IX, no. 2 (September/October 2012): 32-36. Longhurst also published "Approaching the Divine Through Form and Color: A Theological Reflection on the Pictorial Apophasis of Malevic and Reinhardt" in the American Theological Inquiry 5, no. 2 (July 2012): 67-82.

Posted on 09/13/2012

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Ahmed Legrouri, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Al Akhawayn, published an article entitled “Incorporation of fluorophosphate into zinc–aluminium–nitrate layered double hydroxide by ion exchange” in the Bulletin of Materials Science 35, no. 4 (August 2012): 693–700. doi:10.1007/s12034-012-0347-x. The article is co-authored with El Hassan Elkhattabi, Mohamed Badreddine, and Moha Berraho. To view the abstract of the article, click here.

Posted on 09/12/2012

Mariam Ouanaim

Al Akhawayn alumnae Mariam Ouanaim (‘10) and Houda Chakiri (’03) are taking part of the 2012 TechWomen Program that runs from September to October 2012, in San Francisco, the United States. The two alumnae were selected from a pool of over 500 applicants from around the world. Ouanaim and Chakiri are among the six women representatives of Morocco in the Program. Ouanaim will be working at Citrix Systems in Santa Clara, CA, as part of the TechWomen Program, which is organized at the initiative of the US State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Posted on 09/07/2012

employee training in morocco

Abderrahman Hassi, Lecturer of Management at Al Akhawayn’s School of Business Administration, edited and published a book entitled Employee Training in Morocco: Insights and Reflections (2012) with the collaboration of other Al Akhawayn faculty members: Giovanna Storti, Abderrahman Azennoud, and Stephen Trevathan. The book is comprised of seven chapters.

Posted on 09/05/2012

Nizar Messari

Nizar Messari, Dean of Al Akhawayn School of Humanities and Social Sciences, published an article entitled "A Propos de la Compléxité des Révoltes dans les Pays Arabes" in Cultures & Conflits 85-86 (Spring-Summer 2012): 187-212.

Posted on 08/30/2012