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Advisory Board for the College of Arts

The Advisory Board in the College of Arts was formed to enhance the performance of the College, foster its relations with the outer world and provide full support for its academic and research programmes. It is concerned with giving advice and providing consultation regarding all the matters that may help develop its programmes and management systems.

 

Members of the Advisory Board:

The Advisory Board consists of 11 members from both the public and private sectors along with representatives of the students and faculty members. It is chaired by the Dean of the College of Arts. The members are:

 

Name

Job Title

Mr. Abdullah Bin Rashid Alsunaidi

Vice Minister, Ministry of Civil Service

Mr. Hamad Bin Saleh Alhumaidan

Deputy General Manager, Chamber of Commerce

Mr. Ahmed Almansour Alzamil

General Manager, Human Resources Development Fund

Prof. Abdulaziz Bin Saleh Alhilabi

Faculty Member, History Department

Dr. Saif Alislam Bin Saud Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Faculty Member, Social Studies Department

Prof. Asa’ad Bin Sulaiman Bin Abdu

Saudi Telecommunication Company

Mr. Adil Bin Abdullah Alsha’alan

MA Student, Social Studies Department

Mr. Faris Aied Hamid Alharbi

BA Student, English Language and Literature Department

 

Tasks of the Advisory Board:

The Advisory Board is in charge of:

  1. Giving advice to develop the programmes of the College.
  2. Helping the College foster its relations with the public and private sectors.
  3. Providing consultation for employing the outcomes of the College in the public and private sectors.
  4. Giving advice concerning the issues that directly affect the future orientations of the College.
  5. Suggesting new approaches to improve the performance of learning, research administration in the College.
  6. Helping connect the College and its academic programmes to the local community.
  7. Proposing mechanisms for providing financial support to the development programmes in the College.
  8. Developing effective techniques to enhance the internal quality of the College.
  9. Suggesting ways to maximise the effectiveness of the College extra-curricular activities.
  10.  Giving recommendations concerning the future plan of the College.
  11.  Proposing mechanisms to attract experts to contribute to the academic and research programmes of the College.