His Royal Highness Commends the Efforts of the Second National Olympiad for Orphans

 

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center

His Royal Highness Prince Turkey bin Talal bin Abdulaziz the governor of Asir, commended the efforts of the Second National Olympiad for Orphans committee , which is organized by the Ab’aa orphan association in Asir in collaboration with King Khalid University. 

This came during His Royal Highness meeting  with the Director of the Ab’aa  Association in Asir Region, and  General Supervisor of the Olympics, Dr. Saad Al Amr, where he thanked the Olympics organizing committee  for their efforts in achieving success and contributing to the development of the talents and skills of the people of this country. 

On his part, Al-Amr briefly introduced the Olympics  programs, activities and  goals and , pointing  that the association was keen to hold the activities of this Olympics during the summer period inline with the summer activities and events. At the end of the meeting his Royal Highness signed the  Olympic banner and  congratulating the efforts of the organizing committee  of the second  National Olympiad for Orphans. 

On the other hand, the Olympics activities continue on a daily basis, in addition to  accompanying entertainment programs which include site seeing and field trips to the most popular locations of Asir. The Organizing Committee  also  hosted Mr. Saad Al-Jouni, the  General Director  of  Public Education in Asir Region, who in turn honored the winners of the third day sports and cultural competitions. 

Al-Jouni also crowned the  table tennis champions, where in first place came Yousef Al -Qawsi from the Sons of Jubail Association, and in second place was Faisal Al-Tuwaijri, in third place was Arkan Al Shamiri and in fourth place was Omar Al Rashidi. 

  Source:King Khalid University Media and Communications King Khalid University, represented by the Postgraduate Studies Deanship is to organize an online  workshop entitled “Questionnaires and statistical analysis," on the evening of Wednesday, 3 of the month of Dhul Qi'dah, as part of the  "Mubadron" project. The dean of the Deanship of Postgraduate Studies  Dr. Ahmed bin Yahya Al-Faee, explained that the workshop will be a two hour session from 9pm to 11pm  and targets graduate studnets. The workshop  aims to introduce the importance of questionnaires and the most  common mistakes that occur when building them , in addition to providing students with the skills to  designing them , and introducing  the type of questionnaires . To attend the workshop ( click here).
  His Excellency The Director of King Khalid University, Prof. Dr. Faleh Bin Rajaallah Al-Salami has sponsored the opening ceremony of the third scientific forum, which is organized by the University represented by the Faculty of Science and Arta in Khamis Mushit in cooperation with the Faculty of Languages and Translation under the theme "Translation: The Dialogue of Cultures", which lasts for two days in the main campus in Abha. At the beginning of the opening ceremony, His Excellency the Rector welcomed the guests and participants in the forum, thanking all those who contributed to the organization and establishment of this forum, noting that this forum is the third of its kind organized by the Faculty of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushit, praising the efforts of the College and its interest in conducting meetings and activities that benefit the university's interested staff and researchers, which will reflect on the results of this college and other related colleges. Al-Salami has also praised the cooperation that took place between the Faculty of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushit, and the Faculty of Languages and Translation, stressing the importance of this in establishing and building research groups between different disciplines, pointing out that the themes of this forum are of paramount importance in the field of translation and cultural dialogue, hoping that this forum will come up with many recommendations that are in the interest of developing and advancing the fields of translation. On the other hand, the Chairman of the Scientific Committee, Dr. Ahmed bin Salman Al-Fifi, thanked the University's Director for sponsoring this forum, noting that this scientific research meeting is focused on the creation of translations between cultures, with the arms of researchers and researchers, and the manufacture of experiments and experiences, and said" No one denies what Translation is of the utmost importance and high status, as it has contributed significantly and clearly to the progress of humanity and the development of nations and peoples, as it serves as a bridge to cross into civilizations, a meeting point of knowledge and dialogue of cultures, and a means of establishing trade, industrial, military and diplomatic cooperation. Between states, entities, and societies," al-Fifi stressed, that translation is a complex intellectual and intellectual process, which often causes the translator anxiety, and insomnia, until he finds his stupidity and reaches his destination. Al-Fifi added that the scientific committee received many entries from inside and outside the university, and the committee worked on the entries received from within the university, where the participants were raised on 23 entries, of which 13 were approved. Dr. Walid Bulaihish al-Amri then delivered a speech, through which he stressed that translation is imperative to keep pace with the progress of civilization and the transfer of science and the exchange of literature and arts, considering that translation has a role that cannot be underestimated in communication between nations, pointing to the role of translation in connecting societies and peoples far apart. Al-Amri added that the follower of the development of human civilizations and the growth of scientific and human progress will find that translation is a phenomenon that precedes every civilized achievement of each nation. At the end of his speech he expressed his thanks and appreciation to the university and those who organized this forum. At the end of the opening ceremony, His Excellency the Rector honored the participants in the forum, and photographs were taken.  
  The (Musk) Club for Student Activities at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait in coopration with the Department of Safety and Occupational Health the central clubs at the Deanship of female Student’s Affairs organised an event entitled : the International Day of Civil Defense Day: Tuesday . Date: 8_7_1441 AH Time: 9 o'clock Venue : college yard. The ceremony started with an introduction to the event, followed by a speech on Civil defence Day and then another awareness speech, then an explanatory speech about the fire extinguishers and their types accompanied by a ppt slides show on the importance of first aid and an explanation about it, and was accompanied by different activities and songs,
  The (Musk) Club for Student Activities at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait, in cooperation with the Vice Deanship of Student Affairs for female Student’s Affairs, arranged a discussion session "Views| Debates"  Day: Tuesday.  Date: 17_6_1441 AH.  Time : 10 - 12  Venue: college treater The panel discussion started with an introduction by the Director of Dialogue: Samira Al-Quraishi, explaining to the attendees and the members of the discussion that the aim of the seminar is to enhance the concept of  iscussion and accept and respect different opinions and give the participants an opportunity to express their views and clarify their different points of view. The moderator discussed 3 topics, where she addressed some questions to the two parties, and discussed their answers and opinions with the public, giving 3 minutes of time for each argument or point, and allowed the parties to comment on the responses of the other parties. I started with the topic of language, its use as a social aspect or a deficiency complex, the effect of the use and speaking of other languages on adults and children, and the extent of its influence on the formation of their identity. It also touched on the issue of colonialism and the extent of its influence and its proximity to the subject of language, as well as the impact of science in the languages in which it is taught, The parties explain their point of view on each of these points. The dialogue has moved on to the theme of vegetarian diet, its reality, being a healthy moral system or a hoax to the consumer? The two parties discussed multiple axes, starting with the presence of nutrients necessary for human life or not in the plant system, and how to help animals in other ways than the plant system. Then the discussion ended on the subject of artificial intelligence and whether it could outperform human intelligence, and what its relationship to awareness, and is it possible for humans to control devices, no matter how much their intelligence and awareness increased. On each of the topics, the director of the dialogue asked the audience to show a sign "with" or "against" according to their opinion on the topic and allowed them to speak and an opportunity to express their different opinions. The discussion was attended by approximately 42 people.
  The (Musk) Club for Student Activities at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait, in cooperation with the Vice Deanship of Student Affairs for female Student’s Affairs, organised the activity of the Walking Challenge: Let's walk  Day: Tuesday  Date: 24_6_1441 AH  Time: 8-12  Venue : campus. The challenge started from eight until twelve o'clock with the aim of achieving the largest number of steps during a school day, I started to record posts with their data and then return at the end of time and monitor the broken steps and determine the top three centers among them and the winners got a set of healthy snacks in addition to purchase cards From the Jarir Bookstore, some publications containing simple exercise methods and multiple methods for preparing detox have also been published, as have some publications that contain the indication of craving for some foods and what are the nutritional elements associated with them, and some healthy foods have been distributed. The club also presented the challenge of searching for the treasure, as it hid gifts in several places at the university, and gave the students papers that contained hints at the places of the gifts.