AUIS students showcased their work on capstone projects, class research projects, independent projects and other research findings on Thursday. Projects included: A Scientific Overview of Shale Gas, How Does Facebook Affect Politics and Journalism in Iraq?,Global Warming, and Brain Computer Interface. Click on the image above to see photos of the event on our Facebook page.
Students in the Debate Society defeated AUIS faculty in this year's Student vs. Faculty Debate, which asked the question: Should the US intervene in Syria? Check out photos of the debate on our Facebook page by clicking on the image above!
Sulaimani, Iraq – December 11, 2013 – The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at The American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) is proud to announce its partnership with the Blind Union of Kurdistan (BUK) to provide English language instruction for visually impaired students free of charge.
Sulaimani, Iraq – November 25, 2013 – The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) is proud to announce exciting new changes to its Master in Business Administration (MBA) program. The new MBA program at AUIS allows students to customize their degree by offering three areas of specialization: Leadership, Project Management, and Finance.
Sulaimani, Iraq – November 18, 2013 – Students of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani voted by a nearly four-to-one margin to approve the student body’s first constitution last week, paving the way for upcoming elections and the formation of a Student Advisory Council.
Dr. Frederick Monsma, Associate Professor in AUIS’ Social Science Department, grew up in Poughkeepsie, New York. After getting his undergraduate degree at St. John's College, he went on to get his PhD in Philosophy at Boston College.
Dr. Zak Sitter joined AUIS in the fall of 2012 to teach in the Department of English. He received both his Ph.D. and M.A. from Brown University in English and completed his undergraduate education at Harvard University in Literature.
The APP student of this month is Mohammed Sabir for his grades, attitude, and perfect attendance and participation records.Mohammed Sabir, the APP student of April, was placed in level three right away, learning his English only from TV. “Mohammed has displayed academic excellence this semester with devotion and good humor,” said a teacher of his. “He is a great example of how a student can be fun and engaging while still taking his education seriously.”
Alka is a tremendous asset to AUIS both in the classroom and out. Besides her high GPA, she volunteers for a number of good causes both on campus and in the larger community and is always more interested in positive results than personal recognition.