Under the patronage of the Vice-Rector for Educational and Academic Affairs, Dr. Mushari Al-Osaimi, the College of Applied Medical Sciences held a virtual exhibition for the graduation projects competition for the first semester of the academic year 1441/1442 AH on Wednesday 4/24/1442 AH at the college theater.
The ceremony began with a speech by Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Fraih, Chairman of the Graduation Projects Committee, in which he talked about the college’s endeavor to advance the quality of graduation projects to be faced by the faculty supervisor and its employees, through which he thanked the Vice-Rector, Dr. Mushari Al-Osaimi, for the patronage of this ceremony.
After that, the Dean of the College, Prof. Dr. Maher Al-Enezi, delivered a speech in which he expressed his pleasure with the quality of the graduation projects for male and female students, which were characterized by creativity, innovation, and community service that combined science and hard work.
The ceremony was concluded with a speech by Dr. Mushari Al-Osaimi, in which he stated that this competition constitutes an important stage in developing students' research capabilities and increasing competition between the various academic departments to push them towards more innovation and creativity, wishing the winning students’ success and seeing them represent their university and their country in international competitions.
The best graduation project award, in order:
1- Department of Radiology Sciences and Medical Imaging
Supervision / Dr. Haifa Al-Mutairi
The students / Munira Al-Aqili, Raneem Al-Arf, Al-Jawhara Al-Saleh, and Manal Al-Baijan.
2- Department of Physiotherapy and Health Rehabilitation
Supervision / Dr. Mishary Al-Ghadeer
Students / Muhammad bin Shadid, Hisham Al-Zahrani, Yazid Al-Anzi.
3- Department of Biomedical and Biotechnology
Supervision / Dr. Anwar Al-Shrouf
Students / Rakan Al-Mutairi, Muhammad Al-Suleiman, Saeed Al-Ghamdi, Muhammad Al-Zahrani, Mansour Al-Dossary.
It should be noted that the competition will be held periodically at the end of each semester for male and female students.