President of PSUT oversees the University’s Student Council elections for 2017/2018
The President of Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Professor Mashhoor Al-Refai, inspected the electoral process of the University’s Student Council for 2017/2018 to ensure that everything is ready and to check that all measures have been taken by the University to carry out the elections in the best manner.
Prof. Al-Refai, the Vice President Prof. Mohammad Mismar, the deans of the Schools and a number of faculty members toured the polling stations distributed in all of the University’s Schools. During the tour, Prof. Al-Refai expressed his pleasure at the evident enthusiasm, which reflects the students’ desires and aspirations and points to their social awareness and sense of responsibility in selecting those who will represent them and give form to their aspirations. The President was pleased with the level of participation in the elections, and the positive democratic spirit that reflects the hopes of the nation and the University in building modern Jordan.
The Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Rami Salem, praised the positive image reflected by the University’s students in dealing with the atmosphere of the elections, and their openness to constructive dialogue, and their spirit of cooperation. At the end of the counting process, Dr. Salem announced the final results of the Student Council elections 2017/2018, which were contested by 23 candidates from all of the University’s Schools. The 16 winning students will form the University’s Student Council for the academic year 2017/2018. The winning students from the King Abdullah II School of Engineering were: Fadi Al-Zaben, Nasser Awainat, Rand Thneibat, and Sara Abbad.
The following students won from the King Hussein School of Computing Sciences: Aws Al-Safarini, Omar Mahyar, Ali Al-Masa’eed, Hammam Sinjak, and Aya Al-Qarout (quota).
The winning candidates from the King Talal School of Business Technology were: Judi Al-Saiyih, Dana Awamla, Saif Dawood, Laith Qawwas, Saqr Dawood, Aya Saifi, and Hani Thawaba.
With the announcement of the results of the winners, the students at the University celebrated their victory, along with the President Prof. Mashhoor Al-Refai, the vice presidents, the deans of the Schools, the directors, and a number of faculty members and administrative staff. They also celebrated the outcome of the democratic process, which had run most smoothly, reflecting the true spirit of belonging and loyalty among the PSUT students. The friendly competitive spirit throughout this mature democratic experience was borne out in the willingness to accept the opinions of others, and to be partners in the construction, service and sense of oneness that will raise up this nation.