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17 Apr 2018
Opening of the Communities Heritage Exhibition at Jordan University of Science and Technology

Prof. Khalid El-Salem, the Acting President of Jordan University of Science and Technology, patronized the opening of the Communities Heritage Exhibition for the Arab and international students studying at the university. The exhibition was organized by the Arab and International Students' Club in the Department of Cultural and Artistic Activities in the Deanship of Student Affairs in cooperation with the Students' Union and in the presence of a number of Arab and foreign cultural attachés.

The participating communities were keen to shed light on the most important issues witnessed by their countries. Also, the presentations and exhibits of some participating communities included photographs and news reflecting the close relationship with Jordan.

The countries of Syria, Somalia, Palestine, Lebanon, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Morocco, Yemen, Djibouti, Tunisia, Bahrain and Russia are participating in this five-day exhibition which includes many handicrafts, ceramics, antiques, books, publications, brochures, popular costumes, foods and sweets industry, documentaries, pottery, in addition to many other works that show the distinctiveness of the participating countries in various aspects.

Prof. Awni Al-Otoom, the Dean of Student Affairs, said that the Deanship of Student Affairs has worked hard to support this annual exhibition that highlights the activities of students from various nationalities.

The student Mohammed Ahmed Al-Serraji, the President of the Arab and International Students' Club, praised the role played by the university administration represented by the Deanship of Student Affairs through providing the necessary facilities for the establishment of extracurricular activities, which enhances social life among students. He also said that the Arab and International Students' Club is a link between the communities and the university administration.

The student Amr Bani Salamah, the President of the Student's Union, stressed the importance of the exhibition, which aims at introducing the thought, culture and civilization of the participating countries.

The opening was attended by the deans, faculty and administrative staff members in addition to a large number of university students.