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New Tomorrow’s Leaders Students Embark on Leadership Journeys at LAU

Scholars from Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, West Bank/Gaza, and Yemen have just kicked off an exciting new chapter at LAU, as part of the U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI)-Tomorrow’s Leaders Program. LAU welcomed the new cohort of 20 undergraduate, nine graduate, and 43 gender scholars on both campuses for orientation sessions this month.

Advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Tomorrow’s Leaders Scholars Present their Papers in Egypt

From emigration and food insecurity to overeducation and the impact of Lebanon’s fuel price hikes, timely topics were the focus of wide-ranging and enriching presentations by LAU students who took part in the Third Annual Conference on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), organized by the Middle East Partnership Initiative Tomorrow’s Leaders Program (MEPI-TL).

Tomorrow’s Leaders Graduates Become “Changemakers”

Joining the ranks of more than 500 alumni of the U.S. Middle East Partnership Initiative Tomorrow’s Leaders (MEPI-TL) scholarship program, 35 graduates from LAU and 44 from the American University of Beirut (AUB) celebrated their achievements at a joint graduation ceremony on June 27, 2023 on the LAU Beirut campus.

Ali Ayache Joins Microsoft and Brings a Great Deal of Passion in his Leadership

As soon as Ali Ayache graduated from the MEPI TLU program at LAU with a Bachelor degree in Computer Science with Distinction, he landed a job at Microsoft in Vancouver Canada as a software engineer at Microsoft Teams. Enjoying high levels of problem-solving skills that he acquired during his time at the LAU-MEPI TL program, Ayache managed successfully to provide day-to-day support to millions of students, teachers, families, first responders, schools, universities who were forced to shift to online learning due to the pandemic.

Salaam Halila Joins Amideast as an Exchange Program Assistant

Our LAU-MEPI TL Alumna Salaam Halila landed a job at Amideast Tunisia as an Exchange Programs Assistant for the YES program, the MEPI Tomorrow’s Leaders Undergraduate program (TLU) and the Fulbright Foreign Students program. Showing high levels of accountability, engagement and commitment  Halila went above and beyond her regular job duties to provide students with extra support when needed. The management was impressed by Halila’s performance and offered her the opportunity to escort the first group of YES students to the U.S. in August 2021.

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