LAU’s family comes home
Homecoming and reunion events are some of the best opportunities for a university to build and maintain a link to its alumni, and LAU is keen to maintain and build positive relationships with
its family of graduates during the next series of homecoming events in
The first event of the week takes place at the Phoenicia InterContinental Hotel, which will host an alumni dinner. The attendees will also enjoy musical performances, including appearances by Lebanese violinist Vanessa Nassar and vocalist Dory Kassab.
Homecoming festivities will include an all-class reunion on July 14 in
Abdallah Al Khal, the director of LAU’s alumni relations office, and his staff are integral to the success of the university’s homecoming events. Al Khal also explained that the opportunity for alumni to connect remains a powerful draw; over a thousand alumni attended the 2010 events, and about as many are expected to attend this year’s festivities.
“The Homecoming events are networking platforms primarily for alumni and classmates to reconnect, exchange business cards, and benefit from each other’s experiences, Al Khal said. "Then we have fun…it’s a platform and an opportunity that only the university can provide.”
To learn more about LAU’s homecoming events, visit our Homecoming page online.
In this issue:
Alumni Book Exhibit
Dr. Jabbra nurtures valuable relationships in Washington
LAU honors the Lebanese media
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