Members of Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane’s (AUI) Model United Nations (MUN) Club recently participated in two international events.
The first event took place on SciencesPo’s Menton campus from March 23rd to 25th . Over the course of the event, MUN members discussed and debated a wide array of sensitive subjects, ranging from the Sahara, to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, and even ISIS.
The second event, which took place last week, saw our students travel to Beirut, Lebanon, where they met with students of diverse nationalities and backgrounds, and had the chance to develop their public speaking skills while simultaneously broadened their horizons through topical debate.
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This past week, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane's very own Women's Volleyball Team beat University Ain Chock Casablanca 3-1, earning them the gold and making them the reigning champions of Morocco.
Meanwhile, on March 29th and 30th, AUI's Futsal Team took the silver medal at the Moroccan Universities' Throne Cup Finals organized by University Med V in Rabat, losing only to Ibn Zohr University in Agadir 1-0
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.”