2014 AUK graduate Nour Jaber
Nour Jaber, a 2014 graduate of the American University of Kuwait (AUK) has spent the past month on campus through the Dartmouth-AUK internship program. For the first two weeks of her internship, she worked at the Hood Museum of Art; she is spending the last two as an intern with the Office of Public Affairs.
"Coming to Hanover from Kuwait was a long trip, with long flights, long transits, and an even longer bus ride. But arriving here was one of the most exciting things I have ever experienced. For the first time in my life I was alone and independent, with an internship to complete and a ton of things to learn. ..."
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A decade ago, the American University of Kuwait (AUK) opened its doors. Today, Kuwait's first liberal arts college is an unequivocal success. "Over the past 10 years, we have obtained national and international accreditation for our academic programs, received institutional achievement awards, and won numerous inter-collegial competitions," noted AUK president Nizar Hamzeh. "I am confident that we will continue this path of excellence if we maintain our commitment to our mission, vision and goals." AUK Chronicle celebrates the school's milestone achievement with a special issue that includes testimonials and praise from those who know AUK best. Click here to to read the anniversary edition.
Last Updated: 7/22/14