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Under the supervision of the Deanship of Female Students Affairs, The Musk Club of the college of science and Arts in Khamis Mushayt organized a (Sports Marathon) on Tuesday 16/2/1441 AH in the internal square of the college behind Building (A). The marathon started with one walk around the college, followed by a competition for running in the ring for two rounds. Each round was won by 3 female students. Prizes of 300 SR were presented to the winners. 300 students and a number of faculty as well as admin staff participated in the marathoner. Activities’ coordinator / Fatima monthly. Head of activities from students / Samira Qureshi.  
Under the supervision of the vice dean of Female Students Affairs, The Musk Club in coordination with all departments, held a celebration on the occasion of the eighty-ninth Saudi National Day entitled (Nonstop to the Top) on Tuesday, 2/2/1441. The club has already started to activate national initiatives since the beginning of the week aimed at embodying patriotism in the field through a campaign entitled (planting for the home) to plant trees college, and student Hessa Ahmed Ali Al-Shahrani from the Department of Computer designed a program on the site The founding of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the most prominent kings and currencies used in it. Hashtag also launched the #KKU word in the account of the Faculty of Science and Arts on Twitter to collect the words and participation of students on this great day in the form of a competition for the best national phrase to motivate students to participate, and the Director of the Department Professor Hessa Shoel launched an initiative to activate the university site Presenting three prizes of 500 riyals for each winner, provided that she does her university website by placing the slogan "nonstop to the for the Top" in her personal album. Then the theater program was launched and included a set of audio and video presentations and a word for students in both Arabic and English and a speech to the dean of the college on this great occasion and then a national poem by the student Dhiya Shahrani won the approval of attendance, followed the poem a set of presentations by Ms. Haifa monthly public relations Al Saud and their most prominent timeless categories. Then the national thoughts of the students and the program concluded with a national play by Dr. Iman Al-Shehri aimed at highlighting the status of Saudi women and their effective role in society, the ceremony was not without entertainment competitions were distributed envelopes to the students in national terms and withdrawn in numbers and in the envelope No. 89 The ceremony was concluded with thanks to attendees and the award of prizes. On the side of the theater, the club, in cooperation with public relations and coordinators of activities, and the library and security and safety departments, held a mini exhibition to showcase the inspirational works of the students. The resonant patriotism by the attendees on the stadiums.  
  The Musk Club of the college of science and arts in Khamees Mushayt in cooperation with the deanship of student’s affairs organized a workshop on the basics of French language on Tuesday 9/2/1441 AH. The workshop included • French language’s background, prevalence and number of users. • Definition of the sounds of the French language and the way of pronunciation. • Compare the sounds of French with English and try to match them. • Names of numbers and days of the week • How to start a dialogue in French. The session was concluded with the participation of the trainees in different conversations in and the session was capable to inspire the spirit of enthusiasm and motivation to learn French language. 26 students and 3 faculty members benefited from the workshop.
The Musk Club for Student's Activities at the college of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushayt, in cooperation with the Deanship of Student Affairs for Female students orgenized  a reception and an inaguration for new students on Tuesday, 17/1/1441 AH at the college of Science and Arts Theater in Al-Mahala. The ceremony started with the recitation of the Holy Quran, then the Dean of Admission and Registration dr. Hanan Saadi addressed the students with her speech, that was followed by the e-learning Dean’s speech. Then, Ms.Fatima Al-Shehri gave a speech that stated the importance of student activities in refining and encouraging the talents of female students, followed by a story of the struggle of one of the graduating students to tell about her career and the difficulties she faced and alert the new students to benefit from her experience. After that Ms. Fatima Assiri delivered a speech about the Center for Guidance and Counseling .. Finally, the ceremony was concluded with a speech from the Dean of the Faculty of Science and Arts, Dr. Sarah Aboumelha. The ceremony was attended by a number of faculty members, heads of departments and new students, who were more than 200 students.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy chaired the Third University Council on Wednesday. Higher Education Council Interim Committee Secretary-General, Dr. Mohammed Al-Saleh, led the meeting in the presence of university vice rectors and deans. His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy opened the meeting by thanking Allah the Almighty and praising the Prophet (PBUH). Vice Rector of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Secretary-General of the Council, Prof. Saad Al-Amri, then displayed the agenda and topics of the meeting. The council came to a number of decisions as follows: Meeting the executive regulations of the Joint Supervision Program (JSP) in postgraduate studies with a number of international universities. Establishing the King Khalid University Dental Hospital that will replace the current dental clinics. Restructuring the Graduate Deanship Council.
  King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Medicine and the Medicine and Creative Club recently collaborated with the Kawther Health Association on bringing a health awareness caravan to the Thuluth Al-Manzar in the Asir region. A number of faculty doctors, consultants and students participated. College of Medicine Student Activities Head, Dr. Wadah Al-Alamie, said that the caravan included four mobile clinics: Two specializing in optics and optical surgery, a children's thoracic unit, and a family medicine clinic. Dr. Al-Almaie noted that the caravan provided clinical examinations and medical consultations to nearly 100 members of the public at no charge. He added that the effort was part of the university's public outreach initiatives. Dr. Al-Almaie thanked the Kawther Health Association and participants for all of their efforts and support.  
Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The Deanship of Academic Development and Quality organized an intensive training program for 45 new faculty members at the main campus for both men and women. The program started with two training courses as follows: Quality and Accreditation in Higher Education Learning Outcomes: Building and Forming. Dean of Academic Development and Quality, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Hajri, said: "The training program comes within the framework of King Khalid University's keenness to activate the training process, which results in developing the skills of the new faculty members and improving their academic abilities."
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center Under the mandate of the Higher Education Council's temporary committee, the Deanship of Faculty and Staff Affairs has been renamed to the Deanship of Human Resources. King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy issued his approval on the decision and directed the restructuring of the Deanship of Human Resources in accord with its remit. Dean of Human Resources, Prof. Mohammed Al-Buhairi, said: "This shift from the concept of personnel to the concept of human resources is another step within King Khalid University's administrative renewal. It will help the university keep pace with national and global changes in the field of human resources." This decision comes in line with the issuance of the new regulation of human resources, which was recently launched by the Ministry of Civil Service. Our remit will include new tasks and broader powers in the planning of human resources. By focusing on performance levels and improvement set forth in the strategic plan of the university, we will maximize the utilization of human capital." According to the new structure of the Deanship of Human Resources, there will be four Vice Deanships as follows: Vice Deanship of Human Resource Operations  Vice Deanship of Human Resources Planning  Vice Deanship of Human Resources Development Vice Deanship of Female Staff Affairs. Also included are several administrations in recruitment, promotions, and end of service benefits. 
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy sponsored the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) between the Asir Municipality and King Khalid University. The signing occurred on Wednesday at the International Conference of Semi-Arid Mountain Environments under the aegis of His Royal Highness Prince Turki bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Asir Governor. Representing the Asir Municipality was Asir Mayor, Dr. Walid Al-Humaidi. The MoC aims to build partnerships between King Khalid University and the Asir Municipality to contribute to the development of the region. One of the main conditions of the memorandum between the two parties is to encourage the exchange the of scientific and industry best practices in food safety, food security, and public health in accord with applicable rules and regulations.
Source: King Khalid University - Media Center Under the auspices of the University Vice President for Female Students, the university welcomed the new female students during an orientation and outstanding student awards ceremony. Female Students Affairs Vice Rector, Prof. Kholod Abu Melha, sponsored the reception of new students admitted to the faculties of the university for the 1441 H academic year. The orientation day event was organized by the Vice Deanship of Female Student Affairs in the Science College Theater at the King Abdullah Road Campus and the Al-Mahala Academic Complex Theater. Prof. Abu Melha started her speech by welcoming all the university students, giving a warm reception and congratulations to the new students. She stressed that King Khalid University is inspired by the guidance of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, pointing out that the directives of King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy always include providing the best services for students in a way that enables them to excel. Vice Dean for Admissions and Registration, Dr. Hanan Al-Saidi, congratulated the new students for joining King Khalid University and explained the importance of accessing the Guide List of Study and Test Rules, which will enable them to understand their rights and duties. She also noted the value of obtaining information from reliable sources, reviewing some of the electronic services provided by the Deanship of Admissions and Registration. Dr. Fatima Sha'aban then gave a brief description of the Deanship of Student Affairs, its main objectives, centers, departments, and units. In the same regard, Talent, Creativity and Entrepreneurship Center General Supervisor, Dr. Fatima Al-Zahrani, explained the most important objectives of the Center, which is to invest in creative talent, promote the culture of innovation, motivate faculty and students to innovate and create, increase the number of national, regional and international patents, and contribute to the preparation of the next generation of business people, entrepreneurs, and professionals. The orientation day event continued with a presentation delivered by Vice Dean of E-Learning, Maryam Awaji, who explained the levels and types of e-courses at the university. She also referred to the rights and duties of students in e-courses and services provided by the Deanship of E-Learning. After, a session was delivered by Center for Guidance and Counseling Social Specialist, Deanship of Student Affairs, Ms. Asmaa Al-Shehri. She reviewed the most important services of the center, which revolve around social and academic consultations and how to register in the student employment program and receive financial subsidies for students in need.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Arts and Science and the Community College at Rijal Alma recently held an orientation meeting for new students. At the beginning of the meeting, Dean Siham Al-Haidar welcomed the new students and began a presentation on the university's regulation and services. Dean Al-Haidar wished them a successful academic year. During the ceremony, students were introduced to the units and sections of the two colleges in an introductory exhibition that included the participation of the English Department, the Information Systems Department, the Computer Science Department, the Accounting Department, the Guidance and Counseling Unit, the E-Learning Unit, the Talent and Creativity Unit, the Scientific Research Unit, and the Safety and Security Unit. At the end of the meeting, a tour was organized for new students, which introduced them to college faculty buildings and departments on campus.
Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University, represented by the Medicine and Innovation Club at the Faculty of Medicine in cooperation with Al-Kawthar Charity Association, launched a multidisciplinary health caravan on Saturday to provide its services at Al-Qahma General Hospital in Asir with the participation of a number of Saudi consultants. The caravan includes clinics specialized in dermatology, ophthalmology and family medicine. Of noteworthy mention, medical advice will be thoroughly offered to improve beneficiary experience and outcomes through a preliminary screening clinic to examine diabetes, blood pressure, and body mass index (BMI).
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University, represented by the Administrative System Quality Assurance Unit, will receive a delegation from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The ISO delegation will verify that the administrative accreditation requirements are met within the university's plan for supporting deanships, departments, and centers in accord with international standards. Quality Assurance Unit Supervisor, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Saeed Al-Hajri, explained that in the framework of the university's efforts to improve the administrative and financial systems to achieve institutional excellence, six departments were rehabilitated and trained, including the Deanship of Scientific Research, the Deanship of Graduate Studies, the Deanship of Student Affairs, the Admissions and Registration Deanship, the Deanship of Community Service and Continuing Education, and the General Administration for Administrative and Financial Affairs. The Academic Development and Quality Agency is committed to developing programs and facilities in accord with international standards to achieve high quality outcomes.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The Faculty of Languages ​​and Translation held an orientation meeting for new students on Tuesday morning. The main objective of the meeting was to ease the transition from high school into college, have students meet other students, and become familiar with campus services and regulations. During the ceremony, students met with Faculty of Languages and Translation Dean, Dr. Abdullah Al-Melhi, who welcomed the students and highlighted the college, its departments, clubs and units, wishing them success and productivity in their academic year. In the same context, Dean of the College of Arts and Science at Tanumah, Prof. Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Faqih, hosted the orientation and welcomed the new students.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center More than 3,100 new students will join King Khalid University's graduate programs for the 1441 H academic year spanning 56 programs. Since the beginning of the semester, the Deanship of Graduate Studies has completed all of the necessary procedures related to student schedules and academic inquiries. Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Ahmed Al-Faie, explained that his team aims to provide world-class educational opportunities in the graduate programs. This is one of the university's educational initiatives that support the national development strategy. The Deanship continually seeks to expand and improve graduate program offerings to meet the demand for highly skilled professionals throughout the Kingdom. A number of new scientific disciplines have been introduced this year at the College of Applied Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering, and Faculty of Computer Science. More programs have also been added in the fields of Sharia and Communications. The Deanship is working on accreditation processes and electronic platform transitions.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The Deanship of Admissions reports that the academic schedules for the fall semester are complete and final. All of the colleges and departments cooperated in developing more than two hundred discrete timetables university-wide. Dean of Admissions and Registration, Dr. Abdulmohsen Algarni, explained that the university tries to accommodate student schedule needs via the electronic (Academia) self-service portal. The Registrar received in excess of fifteen hundred schedule change requests this term. Dean Algarni confirmed that the Deanship has made several improvements to the registration process this year. All entering students received university identification already and schedules were distributed in advance. He wished the new and returning students a successful academic year, and thanked His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy for his guidance and support.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Education recently conducted a practical training seminar for students training to be teachers. The program, run by College of Education Dean, Dr. Thabet bin Saeed Al-Kahlan, was developed to help prepare new teachers for different working environments. Dean Al-Kahlan stressed the importance of practical training for education students. He noted that while educational theory is a necessary element of teacher training, it is also important that high-level education students prepare for the realities of teaching out in the field. He noted that supervised teaching practicums are an excellent means of transitioning from education student to teacher. Training Program Supervisor, Dr. Mufreh Al-Bassami, said that building strong relationships among school principal, teachers, students and parents is vital. The training program helps the education students develop strategies for making those relationships work. The Asir General Administration of Education co-sponsored the training program and used its resources to encourage public and private schools in the region to participate.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The Academic Development and Quality Deanship will hold an intensive training program for new faculty members. The program will include 20 workshops and focus on quality and accreditation, principles and frameworks, pedagogies and strategies, and learning outcomes. Dean of Academic Development and Quality, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Hajri, explained that the program comes within King Khalid University's mission to develop the skills of new faculty members. He pointed out that the program will be delivered at both the main campus and Tehama branches.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Applied Medical Sciences recently held its orientation session for incoming medical students. The college vice dean, department heads and numerous faculty members welcomed the new students and provided valuable information related to the courses of study. The Medical Creative Club sponsored a lecture entitled 'The Resistant Doctor' by Abdulrahman Allaghabiu, a graduate of Wayne State University in the U.S.A. and internal medicine lecturer at King Khalid University. The lecture encompassed a number of topics and the event was well attended. Student Activities Director, Dr. Waddah Al-Alamy, stressed the importance of holding such meetings and thanked the club members for their efforts in providing programs that support medical students.
  Source: King Khalid University-Media Center The Deanship of e-Learning and the General Directorate of Information Technology organized a number of introductory meetings for new students and new faculty members. The purpose of these meetings is to provide new students and teachers technical training on the purposes, functions and methods of the university's electronic learning resources. Overall the aim is to improve the quality of instruction and create an enhanced learning environment for the students. Training sessions included the use of 'Blackboard' for both students and teachers alike. Faculty members also received training on the design and implementation of e-courses using the prescribed standards set forth by 'Quality Matters'. There was an online meeting for new students on e-learning systems on Monday, the 10th of Muharram. Topics covered included: e-learning concepts, e-learning systems at KKU, e-presence in both complete and integrated courses, e-learning services for students, accessing and exploring 'Blackboard', and virtual classrooms. Following the program was a question and answer session. The General Directorate of Information Technology recently held a meeting to introduce and identify some of the electronic services available to the students on the university e-portal.