Beirut – American Institute of Technology (AUT) Chancellor Dr. Gada Hinaing has announced the decision of the university to award an honorary doctorate (Honorary Doctorate) in Humanitarian Literature to its founder and president, Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh. Announced. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) for his lifelong achievements in serving humanity in the fields of knowledge and innovation.
The award ceremony was held at the graduation ceremony of 250 graduates in the presence of MP Simon Abi Lamia, representative of Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun, Speaker of Parliament Nabi Berri and Prime Minister Appointee Najib Mikati. rice field.
Addressing attendees at the ceremony, Dr. Hai Naing said: Today, despite the impact of the current crisis in Lebanon, the coronavirus pandemic, and regional and international political and economic conflicts, there are young people who have successfully combined science and technology with national values and ethics. increase. ”
Lebanon’s youth are its true wealth, identity, civilization and heritage, she added, saying that Lebanon is unlike any other country and the world desperately needs our country, Lebanon. I pointed out that
Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh expressed gratitude for being awarded the Ph.D. Addressing the graduates, he told the story of his life since fleeing Palestine and fleeing to Lebanon, and how he constitutes the main motivation for excellence and success in building Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global. I described the suffering I experienced. Professional services, education and technology products operating in more than 100 of his offices around the world.
Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh further called on graduates to embrace innovation and invention in the field of knowledge, which is considered the key to overcoming all crises, stating that innovation is not confined to anyone, but to one inventor. pointed out that could be the savior of mankind. Whole nation.
In this regard, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh gave the example of Google, Amazon and Facebook, stating that their respective budgets are equal to the budgets of all Arab countries combined, saying that these companies are purely knowledge inventions. and described it as computer programming software.
“My deep belief in the importance of invention and innovation inspired me to establish the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation (TAGUCI), the first university of its kind in the world.
At the end of the ceremony, Dr. Abu Ghazaleh presented the distinguished graduates with technological devices manufactured by TAG.Global’s member firm, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology.
A host of Lebanese dignitaries attended the ceremony. MP Salim Sayegh, representative of the Maronite Patriarch Bechara Boutros. Leader of Lebanon’s Kataev Party, Sammy Jemayel, representative of parliamentarian Ziad Hawat. Leader of the Lebanese Military Party, Samir Giaia, head of former parliamentarian Eddie Maalouf. Representative of the Free Patriotic Movement leaders Gebran Bashir and Rebecca El Hosley. Representative of the leader of the Malada Movement, Suleiman Franje. That is, in addition to MPs Strida Ghiajia and MPs Dib Abdel Massy, Waleed Birini, George Atalah and Taha Nagy, who represent Ashraf Riffi, a mufti of Byblos Sheikh Ghassan al-Rakis.
Editors Syndicate President Joseph Al Koseifi, North Lebanese Bar Association President Mary Therese Kawal, MENA EdTech Alliance President Dr. Rabi Baalbaki, Alliance Vice President for International Partnerships and Relations Coordinator Nora Al – Murabi, Deputy Mayor of Jubail, Ms. Natalie Malai El Koury, Michelle Gibran of the Association of Mayors of Jubail District, and numerous Mayors and Mukhtars. Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda, Mr. Hanna Akar, Ambassador of Palestine to Lebanon, Mr. Ashraf Dabbour, Mr. Mustapha Abu Harb, Deputy Ambassador of Iraq, Ban Al-Hoshi, President of American Institute of Technology (AUT), Dr. Members of the Society, numerous dignitaries, party representatives, and parents of students.