The Australian Embassy in Amman, in cooperation with the Jordan University of Science and Technology, organized a ceremony to distribute prizes to the winning students in developing applications for mobile devices to promote Australia in the historical, cultural, sports, trade, economics, environment, science and innovation fields, in the presence of Prof. The President of the Jordan University of Science and Technology, and His Excellency Mr. Bernard Lynch, the Australian Ambassador to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Dr. Khraisat extended his thanks and appreciation to His Excellency the Australian Ambassador for the interest in strengthening cooperation ties between the two sides in the academic and research fields, focusing on the importance of cooperation with Australian higher education institutions and the continuing partnerships that the university has made in recent years.
Mr. Bernard Lynch explained the importance of building strong partnerships between the Jordan University of Science and Technology and Australian universities, given the global reputation of the Jordan University of Science and Technology as a leading academic institution in the region, indicating the Australian embassy's readiness to strengthen cooperation between the Jordan University of Science and Technology and various Australian universities through an exchange Students, and faculty members among them.
His Excellency the Australian Ambassador affirmed the depth and strength of the Jordanian-Australian relations, and the great extent of cooperation that binds the leadership, government and people of the two countries throughout history.
Dr. Khraisat congratulated the students for their distinguished efforts, appreciating the efforts of the university professors for their efforts in teaching and refining students' skills and discovering their creativity, calling for the investment of their competencies to serve the country and the world, noting that the departments of the College of Computer and Information Technology were classified in the category 201-250 globally and the first locally.
The students expressed their capacity and appreciation for the university's efforts in motivating them for the efforts made by the faculty members in providing support connected through their scientific and practical experiences.
The award ceremony was attended by the Vice President of the University Dr. Mohammed Al-Ibbini, the Dean of the College of Computer and Information Technology, Dr. Ismail Al-Hmeidi, the Award Coordinator, Dr. Muhannad Quwaider, and a number of the Australian embassy staff in Amman. The Tariq Shaban won the first place, the second place was won by Sawsan Amer, Anas Khedairat, Dina Fawaz, and Muhannad Al-Nawasrah, and the third place went to Omar Lotfi and Mohammad Serihin.