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  Source: King Khalid University Media and Communications Under the patronage of His Excellency King Khalid University Rector, Prof.Falleh bin Rajallah Al Solami, and represented by the Deanship of Community Service and Continuing Education, is  to hold an online symposium  entitled "Health Volunteering", on the 10th and 11th of November  as part of the  "Mubadaroon" project. The symposium aims to highlight  the importance of volunteer work  in general  and the  health sector in particular, as well as spreading the culture of volunteer work in the health sector and the work ethics of health employees.The symposium is also aiming to  raise awareness on the  health mechanisms and practices available to volunteer in the  healthy sector. The symposium will include the participation of a  group of specialists and researchers from the health sector. Participants will discuss the areas of health  volunteer work in light of the Corona crisis, the role of  community  institutions in health volunteering, in addition to the characteristics of the health volunteer work. The symposium will also review some models and field experiences for volunteer healthy work.
  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.  
  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 a training workshop entitled: Writing documents in English. Day: Monday. Date: 23_6_1441 AH. The time: 10-11 am Instructors: Reem Misfer Muhammad Al-Shahrani Maha Khalid Abdullah Al-Qahtani Noura Saad Awadah Al-Waked In the workshop, the students were trained to write some parts of the article as a correct academic writing, and they specifically highlighted the importance of writing in the English language, especially the academic ones,and its role as a basis in language practice. The trainers reviewed how to write an academic essay and the skills needed for correct writing and presented examples of 60 common words used in academic writing and many effective techniques when writing to motivate the reader. There was a group workshop with a key phrase written in a partial conclusion presented in an example presented to students. The course concluded with the announcement of a contest for female trainees, writing an academic article on one of the selected topics - Knowledge Power - Online Shopping - Students should not be allowed to play a PUBG game Any article submitted and a selection of the best article to be published in the College Journal This Is Us at KKU will be reviewed and audited The course was attended by 20 female students from the Computer and English Language departments.
  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, held a series of 3 seminars entitled Academic Culture On Wednesday 7_6_1441 AH, 11_6_1441 AH. , 18_6_1441 AH. Hours: 10-11 Venue: University Theater Series speaker: ms. Noura Abdul Aziz The series of academic culture seminars spanned 3 weeks by one hour per week. This series began with the first part, an introduction to academic culture, the first part contained the most important basic concepts of academic life. In the first part, I began to clarify what academic culture is and the importance of university life and that the student draws skills other than learning in her major, such as thinking criticism, analysis and problem solving, as well as learning basic skills in university life such as discussion, and the most important behaviors that everyone expects to behave on campus , Listening and reading skills, their importance and academic writing. In the second part of the series, How do you make a presentation? The most important steps that must be followed before the show were presented, such as researching reliable sources, focusing on the coherence of the idea to be presented, and also during the presentation, such as interacting with the audience and communicating with them and ways to reduce tension and confusion that may occur before the show. In the third part of the series entitled How do you conduct scientific research? Italked about the correct research methods in terms of the correct way to write the keywords related to the search and the most prominent sites for reliable information sources and the best sites for indexing references and approved methods for that and concluded the importance of intellectual rights and their protection and ways to support the dissemination of these rights. The seminars were attended by 6 faculty members and 131 female students in the whole series.
The (Musk) Club for Student Activity at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushayt, in cooperation with the Vice Deanship of Student Affairs for female Student’s Affairs, launched a website dedicated to the magazine This is us at KK on Thursday 20_6_1441 AH at 12 am. Magazine: This Is Us At KKU is a monthly magazine published by the Student Activity Unit as part of the Misk Club activities. The magazine contains many topics and articles translated some of them in various fields and very interesting in addition to some announcements about the club's programs. The site includes all the numbers that were previously published, with information about the work team, and how to communicate with the team to publish the posts. Over 70 people visited the site in the first 12 hours of its launch. You can view the site through the following link:. https://thisisusatkku.wixsite.com/magazine
  The (Musk) Club for Student Activity at the College of Science and Arts in Khamis Mushait, in cooperation with the Vice Deanship of Student Affairs for Female Affairs, organised an awareness lecture about diabetes, presented by nine students from the College of Medicine under the supervision of Dr. Iman Al-Nashar. The program was held on Tuesday 10_6_1441 in the Theater at 10:00 am. The students opened the lecture by introducing diabetes and its types, the importance of glucose to the human body, its role in cell food, and its relationship to body hormones such as insulin and cortisol. They proceeded by explaining the most important cases that may occur for the blood glucose rate, which is low or high, and the most important factors causing its rise especially, such as genetic factor, obesity, and some drugs and real estate, also talk about the complications of high glucose, which in turn leads to diabetes, and its effect on the heart, kidneys, skin and nerves.They also talked about the first and second types of diabetes, the meaning and causes of both. After that they practically showed the students how to measure blood sugar through the analysis device, and explained the most important tips in this regard. They also launched a challenge which is the challenge of cutting down the sugar, in which students can participate via Twitter hashtag #kkuchallenge
Source : King Khalid University - Media Center His Royal Highness Prince Turki bin Talal bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Asir Region, recently sponsored a lecture by the National Center for Performance Measurement (Adaa). This lecture was in collaboration with the Emirate of the Asir region, and it took place at the King Khalid University theater. Honored guests included: King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Falleh Al Solamy, Asir regional officials, mayors, center chairmen, government agency directors, local council members, representatives of Chambers of Commerce, and university employees. The lecture is part of a broad initiative to improve government services throughout the region and the nation as per Vision 2030. Engineer Adel Al-Ahmadi, a member of Adaa, presented the program lecture. First, he reviewed Adaa's mission, operations and objectives and described the center's relationships with various government agencies. He then covered a variety of topics such as: The mechanisms for developing KPIs, standardizing their concepts and terms, spreading the culture of performance measurement to government agencies, the importance of strategic development, and implementing plans to enhance KPI performance. Mr. Al-Ahmadi explained the center's role is developing government agency evaluation systems in support of Vision 2030. Near the conclusion of the program, there was a question and answer session. Center representatives answered the questions as to practical methods for improving government services to the citizenry. They also provided recommendations for assuming leadership roles in improving services through careful measurement and evaluation.
Source : King Khalid University-Media Center King Khalid University represented in the general administration of Information Technology, passed the first stage in the World Summit on the Information Society award competition (WSIS) 2020. GoGeek is a project which took part in the WSIS award competition. The University encourages its employees to vote for the initiatives and government projects nominated to win the WSIS awards. It’s worth noting that this competition is part of the activities accompanying the World Summit on the Information Society. These activities aim to minimize the electronic gap between the countries of the world. they also focus on multimedia based technology projects which creatively effects digitalizing the cultural, scientific and educational content.  GoGeek is a program developed by the Information Technology administration at King Khalid University. It aims to develop the digital capabilities of both males and females from different age groups and implementing them in the society. This program include many technical initiatives such as: IObootcamp, Elctronic Gaming Club, IT Internship Program and Women in Cybersecurity. His Excellency Dr. Mohammad bin Saleh Al-saqr the general supervisor of the general administration of Information Technology, valued and appreciated what was achieved through GoGeek. GoGeek represents the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the 2020 WSIS awards in the Capacity Building section. He also expressed that what has been reached so far is considered an achievement. However that does not stop us from aspiring for the sake of the University, the Region and the Kingdom. Being nominated for the voting stage will qualify 5 initiatives out of 20 in the section of Capacity Building. As a result the University employees are requested to vote according to the guide and the attached video. To vote and view the details (click here)
Source : King Khalid University-Media Center Within the activities and celebrations of the International Arabic Language Day, the University represented by the General Administration of Information Technology participated in the initiative organized by Saudi Drupal to arabize the virtual scientific magazine Umami. Graduates of the University’s translation department also participated in this initiative.  The General Supervisor of the Information Technology Department Dr. Mohammad Al-saqer explained that this initiative is chance to encourage Arab translators to arabize the rest of Drupal’s content. The Translator Mr. Abdullah Omar represented the Information Technology Department in the Ceremony where the University was honored. This Ceremony was held on the twenty third of December. This ceremony was attended by the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology H.E. Eng. Haytham Al-Ohali where all the participants were honored.  This initiative aims to contribute with arabizing Umami a virtual scientific magazine. This magazine helps with understanding the functions Drupal 8 which is one of the best content management systems in the world. The University’s website and the websites of other universities such as Stanford are based on Drupal. As well as a number of global centers and government agencies like: NASA, the US Congress, and the US Department of State.
  Source: King Khalid University, Media Center The Deanship of Graduate Studies at King Khalid University announced the dates of the first phase of Graduate Studies programs admission. It will be available through the Portal (click here), and it will start from Sunday 3/5/1441 AH until 20/5/1441 AH., in more than 50 Master’s and Doctorial programs for estimate 1000 students in 9 colleges (Shariah and Fundamentals of Religion College, Education College, Humanities College, Science College, Business College, Language and Translation College, Engineering College, Computer Science College and Applied Medical Science College) in Abha.  The Dean of Graduate Studies at King Khalid University, Dr. Ahmad Yahya Faye, explained that the admission procedures will be completed in cooperation with the scientific colleges and departments according to an approved implementation and time plan. Faye Stressed the necessity of reviewing the announced admission requirements for all those wishing to enrol in these programs (click here). He also, noted that the second phase of admission, which will be announced in Sha’aban month, will be for free-paid graduate programs.  
  Source: King Khaled University - Media Center His excellency Rector of King Khaled University Prof. Faleh bin Reja-Allah Al-Solami issued  number of assigning decisions : Extending the assigning   of Dr. Abdurahman Saleh Alsaiari as A Dean of Pharmacy college . Assigning Dr. Mohammed Muteb Kardm Dean of Science and Art College in Sarat- Abidah . Extending the assigning  of  Dr. Ahmad Yahya Al-Faiee as  Dean of Post graduated Studies Deanship . Extending the assigning  of   Dr. Abdullah Mansoor Al-edaid as Dean of Students Affairs Deanship Extending the assigning of Pro. Salman Mohammed Al-Homaid Dean of Medical College . Assigning Dr. Thabet Saeed Al-Qahtani as  Dean of Education College  Assigning Prof . Yahay Abdullah AlShereif as Dean of  Humanities College Assigning Prof . Abdulaziz Ibrahim Al-Faqeeh as Dean of Science and Arts College in Tanomah  Assigning Dr. Khaled oudah Al-Ahmari as  Dean of  Applied Medical Sciences College  in Abha Extending thw assigning of Dr. Maha Mohammed Al-Shehri as Dean of Science and Arts College in  Al Majaridah Extendin the assigning of Prof. Sraa Abdullah  Abu-melha  as Dean of Science and Arts College in Khamis Mushait Extending the assigning of Dr. Seham Musa Al-Haider as Dean of Science and Arts College and Community College in Rijal-Alma Extending the assigning of Dr. Munerah Saeed Abu-Hamamh as Dean of Community College in Abha Assigning  Dr.Ayda Sanad Al-Qarni  as  Dean's Assistant  of Nursing College in Abha (female students ) Assigning Dr. Abdullah Hasan Al-Shehri as a Vice  Dean  of  Community Service and Continuing Education Deanship  in Tehama Assigning Dr. Abdurahman Khaseef Al-Qarni as Vice Dean  of  Community Service and Continuing Education, Community Partnership Deanship Extending the assigning of Dr.Saleh Mohammed Al-Qhahtani  Vice- Dean  of Medicine  College for Clinical Affairs Extending the assigning of Dr. Mohammed Husain Al-Faifi a Vice -Director of Creativity and Giftedness Center for  For Innovation Affairs Extending the assigning of Dr. Adel Saeed Al-Obaid as Vice-Dean of  Dentistry College  for Academic Affairs Assigning Dr. Majed Saeed Al-Dalhem as a Vice-Dean  of Education College for Development and Quality Unit Extending the assigning of Prof. Aoad Abdullah Al-Qarni  as Vice-Dean of Humanities College of Graduate Studies and  Scientific Research  Assigning Dr. Husain Mohammad Al-Obaid  as Vice -Dean of Business Administration College of  Graduate Studies and Scientific Research Assigning Dr. Hanan Ahmed Alsedei as Vice -Dean of Admission and Registration Deanship, (female students ) Extending the assigning of Dr. Fatimah Ali Alzahrani as Vice – Director of Creativity and Giftedness  and Entreprenership Center( female students ) Assigning Dr.Azizah Abdurahman Al-Shehri  as Vice -Dean of Home Economics College ,Development and Quality Unit Assigning Dr. Aishah Abdullah Al-Araiza as Vice -Dean of Graduate Studies Deanship ( female students ) Assigning Dr. Mohammed Salem Al-Shehri  as General Supervisor of  Scholarship Administration Assigning Dr. Abdullah Ayed Asiri as Supervisor of   Scientific Journals and  Scientific Societies Units Assigning Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Al-Amri  as Supervisor of cancer research unit Extending the assigning of Dr. Mohammed Abdullah Al-qahtani as General  Supervisor of  Teaching Arabic language for Non-Arabic Speakers Assigning Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Sultan as General Supervisor's Assistant  of Scholarship Administration Assigning Dr. Messfer Ahmed Al-Atef as Vice-Supervisor of  Intellectual Awareness Unit in The University (male students ) Extending the assigning  of Dr. sulaiman Hassan Alfalaqi as General Supervisor's Assistant of   of The University in Tehama Extending  the assigning of Dr. khadeja Abood Asiri as Supervisor's  Assistant of The Counseling and Advising Unit in Students Affairs Deanship (female students ) Extending the assigning of Dr. Ebtisam Dhafer Al-Qhahtani as Vice-general supervisor  of GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ( female students )   Assigning Dr. Daola Mohammed Asiri Vice-Supervisor of Intellectual Awareness Unit in The University ( female students ) Assigning Dr. Kamela Ali Al-Meqbel  as Counselor in Special Needs Unit in Students Affairs Deanship (female students ) Extending the assigning of Dr. Saeed Mohammed Al-Meed as Director of Assessment Center in The University Extending the assigning of Dr Hamed Ali Al-Qhahtani as Director of Advanced Material Research Center  . The assigning decisions also included : Extending the assigning of Dr. Mohammed Abdurahman AlFarisi as Head of Prosthetic Dental Science Extending the assigning of Dr.  Youssef Abdullah Al-qarni  as Head of perative Dentistry  Extending the assigning of Dr. Salem Mahdi Al-Muamer as Head  of Children's teeth and orthoses Department Extending the assigning of Dr. Saeed Mushabab Al-Qhahtani as Head of History Department in Humanities College Assigning Dr. Turki Saud Al-Theabi as Head of Islamic Department in Science and Arts College in Sarat-Abida Extending the assigning of Dr. Hassan Muhammad Al-Muosa as Head of  Family and Community Medicine Department Assigning Dr. Saleh Saeed Al-Arfaj as Head of chemical Department in Science College Assigning Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Al-Tehani as Head of Arabic Language and  Literature Department in Humanities College Extending the assigning of Dr. Merei Saeed Al-Qarni as Head of Mathematics Department Extending the assigning of Dr. Ahmed Ali Al-Gophari as Head of Education in Education College Extending the assigning of Dr. Fahad Abdullah Asiri as Head of Special Needs Department Assigning Dr. Afaf Ahmad Al-Dahesh as Supervisor of   Pharmacology Department in Pharmacy College Assigning Dr. Noura Hessain Ba-Nafei as Supervisor of English Language Department in Science and Arts College in Muhayil ( female students ) Therefor His Excellency Rector of King Khaled University  congratulated   the assigned and appointed members wishing  them the best luck  and the University is looking forward for the continues development and improvement of educational processes and the curricula
  Source: King Khaled University - Media Center King Khaled University represented by Geography Department , and Prince Sultan bin Abdul Alziz Center for Research , Environmental Studies and Tourism  ,and Architectural Historic Research and Studies  Unit in Asir Region  has participated in The " International Mountain Day "  event   In the presence of mayor  of Khamis Mushait Khalid bin Mushait and The Vice-Rector  of King Khalid University of Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research  Prof.  Saad bin AbdulRahman Al-Amri . 11 of  December where we celebrate "  International Mountain Day  "  ;   The Head of Architectural Historic Research and Studies  Unit in Asir region given a welcoming  speech  to  the guests  , the speech followed by another speech from  The Mayor of Khamis Mushait , He welcomed   the guests for attending such events for   more  knowlegde  about Asir Region Mountains and Topography     President of  Saudi Geographical Society Dr. Ali Al-Dousri  was speaking about the  uniqueness of this celebration as it is one of its kind in the Kingdom . then,  He thanked His Highness  Prince  of Asir  Region for his approval for  this celebration ,  After that  the guests toured  Archaeological site of Jerash, Hammouma Mountain , and Ibn Hamsan Heritage Village .  In conclusion  , by The  Mayor of khamis mushait ;  posters' participants from King Khalid University were honored : Director of the Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Center of Research, Environmental Studies, and Tourism . Assistant Director of Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Center for Environmental, Tourism and Research Studies Dr. Ali Marzouk. Environmental Consultant Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Center  Dr. Sami Abdullah and Dr. Adel Motamed  . Dr. Salma Al-Ghurabi, Dr. Maysoon Al-Zghoul, and Dr. Muna Al-Asal  from Geography department  Assistant   Dean of  College of Community in khamis muushait  dr. amal mushait
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Science and Arts in Mohayil Asir announced that the 7th of Jumādā Al-Awwal is the deadline for submitting abstracts for the fourth annual Scientific Forum at Tehama to be held 12,13- 8-1441 AH; 5, 6- 4-2020 CE. King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, is sponsoring the program. Dean of the Science and Arts College at Mohayil, Dr. Ibrahim Ali Algaid, chairs the forum. He explained that the forum focuses on many fields including: Technology, mathematics, physics, chemistry, life sciences, information systems, computer science, and home economics, humanities, languages and business administration. The guidelines for submission are as follows: Papers must be unpublished, original works; Research subjects must be within the forum subjects; Abstracts are limited to 300 words; Abstracts must be submitted on or before the deadline of 1-6-1441 AH, 26-1-2020 CE.   For more information, please see click here.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University recently opened six nursery centers at the King Abdullah Road campus. These centers will provide early childhood education and daycare to families within the university system. Vice Rector for Business and Knowledge-Economy, Prof. Abdulatif Al-Hadithi, sponsored the initiative in cooperation with Vice Rector of Female Student Affairs, Prof. Khlood Abu Melha, and the General Supervisor of the Academic Student Campus at King Abdullah Road, Dr. Samia Al-Hakami. Vice Rector Abu Melha explained that the university is pleased to provide its faculty members with safe, convenient and wholesome environments for early learning. She explained that center operations are under the umbrella of the Ministry of Education and in partnership with the private sector. Dr. Al-Hakami noted that early education is important to the university and a critical objective of Vision 2030.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center His Excellency, King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, honored the ePrints team for completing nearly 1,100 document uploads. ePrints is a system that allows paper documents to be digitized and stored in electronic form for posterity and later use or reference. The university uses ePrints to archive digital versions of older paper-based masters and doctoral theses on an ongoing basis. The original version of ePrints was designed and developed by the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton (SOTON). The latest version of the program (ePrints 3) is a joint development project by SOTON in cooperation with King Khalid University. This cutting-edge technology allows users to search the database and share information as necessary and appropriate. This ePrints team is led by the Dean of Postgraduate Studies, Dr. Ahmed Al-Fayea, in collaboration with the Deanship of Library Affairs and the General Department of Information Technology. Dean Al-Fayea stated that the team completed the uploads within a four-month period. These documents also include abstracts and translated versions. He stated that new thesis submissions are archived using ePrints as a matter of course, preserving older papers electronically is a high priority. "Using ePrints allows for secure preservation while giving academia and the general public greater access to research information," he said. The Rector expressed his gratitude to the entire team for archiving nearly 1,100 older papers in such a short amount of time while keeping up with the current workload. The Dean of Postgraduate Studies and the ePrint Team expressed their gratitude to His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy and the Vice Rector of Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Saad Al-Amry, for their continuous support. ePrints represents a substantial expansion of the university's capabilities in academic research. Research for the purposes of scientific and economic development are a high priority for the Kingdom and a fundamental educational goal of Vision 2030. King Khalid University is committed to the continuous improvement of its programs and capabilities to enhance education to assure that national development goals are achieved.
  Source: King Khalid University - Media Center King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, hosted King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue (KACND) Board Chairman, Secretary-General of King Faisal Prize, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Subail. They discussed opportunities for cooperation between King Khalid University and KACND. Dr. Al-Subail expressed that KACND always welcomes joint initiatives. He also confirmed that KACND pays special attention to the youth who are the targeted group at King Khalid University. This will, he explained, strengthen KACND's mission, which serves to strengthen national unity and uphold social fabric through fostering the values of diversity, coexistence, and national cohesion. His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy expressed his appreciation and gratitude to KACND for their efforts, confirming that King Khalid University is eager to collaborate with KACND to serve the educational process, which will also bolster KACND's vision, mission, objectives, and values.