Prof. Dr. Essam ElKordi, President of AlAlamein International University (AIU), received a delegation from the American William Paterson University and Ocean County College (OCC), headed by Dr. Richard J. Helldobler, President of William Paterson University and Dr. Jon Larson, President of Ocean County College, and their delegations. The meeting aimed at discussing joint programs prospective between the two parties in all fields.At the beginning of the meeting, Prof.Dr. ElKordi welcomed the delegation and introduced the University, Faculties and programs and the services provided to the students. He expressed his desire for cooperation in all fields between AlAlamein International University, William Paterson University and Ocean County College.
For its part, the delegation affirmed the keenness of William Paterson University and Ocean County College to cooperate with Egyptian public and private universities, especially AlAlamein International University, in various fields of Higher Education and Scientific Research, praising AIU premises and programs up to date with the advances of the day. After the meeting, the delegation made a tour of the university’s buildings, laboratories and study rooms.The meeting was attended by Dr. Joshua Powers, Provost & Senior Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Mrs. Loretta Mc Laughlin Vignier, JD, Chief of Staff to the President & Board of Trustees, from William Paterson University, Dr. Eileen Garcia, OCC Vice President of E-Learning and Learning Enterprises and Dr. Maysa Hayward, Associate Vice President of International Programs from Ocean County College.
The meeting was attended also by Prof. Dr. Mustafa ElNainay, Dean of the Faculty of Computer science and Engineering from AlALamein International University , Dr. Maged Farouk, Advisor to the University President for Administrative Affairs & Informatics, Prof .Dr. Gihan Gewaifel, Advisor to AIU President for Internationalization and International Cooperation, and Prof. Dr. Nashwa Shaker, Programs Director, Faculty of Business.