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  • Gulf University for Science and Technology’s (GUST) Global Studies Center (GSC) today announces that it hosted a lecture led by Dr. Philippe Pétrait for students and the general public, entitled “Kuwait in the Middle East Before Oil: A History of Overland Trade from and to Kuwait”.  The lecture, organized in coordination with CEFAS (Centre Français d'Archeologie et de Sciences Sociales – French Center for Archaeology and Social Sciences and took place on its campus.

     

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    Apr 12, 2017
  • His Excellency, Lawrence Silverman, Ambassador of the United States of America, was on campus to meet with GUST President, Professor Donald Bates, and Assistant VP for Planning & Development, Paul Zalloua. Embassy delegates and university representatives discussed opportunities for future collaborations in the fields of education, scientific research, and the improving ties between GUST and US universities.

    Apr 11, 2017
  • GUST today announced its first ever Student Research Symposium, entitled: Themes, Challenges and Perspectives in the Humanities and Social Sciences, on its campus. The symposium served as a showcase for undergraduates to present research they conducted in the field of humanities and social sciences, which also provided students with the opportunity to experience a professional academic conference. 

     

    Twenty-three students from different majors presented their research at the... Read more

    Apr 11, 2017
  • Gulf University for Science and Technology’s (GUST) Office of Student Life (OSL) announced today the launch of its Student Life Records Transcript.  Originally piloted in the 2015/2016 fall semester, this transcript officially recognizes the student’s accomplishments and involvements in the university’s out-of-class activities. This initiative aims to expand learning beyond the academic setting, all the while supporting their future career options through the recognition of these activities... Read more

    Apr 10, 2017
  • Kuwait City, April 6th 2017: The Recruitment and Outreach Department, in collaboration with the Student Association, organized an open day for high school students. Seven high schools from around Kuwait arrived on campus and were received by our Recruitment Officers and volunteer students.

    After attending a presentation about the university, students were treated with giveaways and a tour around campus. The tour started at the A. M. Al Refai Library... Read more

    Apr 06, 2017
  • The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, in collaboration with the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science (KFAS), held the 1st Kuwait Modern Literature Conference titled the "Contemporary Kuwaiti Literature: Views and Issues". The conference promotes the subject of “Readings in the contemporary Kuwaiti Literature - ARB 210” which is a course unique to GUST locally.

    The conference featured Dr. Mariam Khalfan Hamad Al Suwaidi, Head of Arabic Language... Read more

    Mar 28, 2017
  • Kuwait, April 3, 2017: INJAZ-Kuwait conducted another installment of its annual speaker series, INJAZ Talks, held in partnership with the Mass Communication and Media Department at the Gulf University of Science and Technology (GUST) on April 3, 2017. The topic of the discussion was “Coffee Craze; Business. Branding. Baristas.” and focused on the young entrepreneurs leading the market in Kuwait’s recent boom in coffee shops. The featured speakers were Jumana Al Othman, owner... Read more

    Apr 03, 2017
  • GUST) hosted the Third Annual High School Mathematics Competition, organized by the Mathematics & Science Department, the Mathematics Foundation Unit, on its campus yesterday. The competition, which brought together over 10 private and public schools, aims to promote the importance of mathematics among the youth across the country through a friendly competition that utilizes their skills.

     

    This is the third time that the university organizes this event, starting with just... Read more

    Mar 25, 2017
  • The Humanities & Social Sciences Cultural Committee organized the annual Egyptian Day, opened by GUST President, Professor Donald Bates, and the Cultural Consultant at the Embassy of Egypt in Kuwait, Dr. Nabil Bahgat. Egyptian Day is an exhibition highlighting the intricate traditions, history, and culture of Egypt. It included a display of historical pieces of art, sculptures, and drawings, as well as a small art installation filled with photography showcasing different part of Egyptian... Read more

    Mar 22, 2017
  • GUST announced this week that the seventh Gulf Programming Contest (GPC), took place on its campus on March 22nd and 23rd.  The competition was under the patronage of the Private Universities Council and was attended by Professor Waleed Murad Al-Kandari, Undersecretary General for Information and Research.  It was organized by the Computer Science Department at GUST, sponsored by That Al Salasil, and hosted 51 teams from across the GCC.

    PUC Undersecretary General... Read more

    Mar 23, 2017

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