The Deanship of Students Office in cooperation with the Student Senate conducted several activities to help the local community
Ramzi Asali, from Bethlehem University’s Department of English and Communication, participated in a U.S. Department of State-sponsored workshop on “Educating Culture and Democracy” at New York University’s Florence campus, where he served as a key panelist on the “Intercultural Communication and Global Citizenship” panel. The workshop aimed to promote networking, partnerships, and collaborative research among U.S. Exchange Program alumni, connecting Mr. Asali with 45 faculty members and researchers from diverse countries. This collaboration led to the development of a virtual exchange program between Bethlehem University and the University of Montana, focusing on enhancing intercultural competence and dispelling misconceptions through weekly virtual sessions.
Students worked together to launch websites and social media platforms to implement selected social awareness campaigns. Click to view final projects.
BU’s Creative Writing course is in its third year. It is designed to hone the creative potential of students in the English Literature department. Students analyze various works of fiction and write their own works.
Faculty and staff at Bethlehem University participated in an AI training session so they may effectively utilize a variety of AI tools for enhancing productivity, communication, content creation, and personal use both in English and Arabic.