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CPH celebrates high-achieving students | Qatar University

CPH celebrates high-achieving students

2018-02-19 00:00:00.0
High-achieving student receiving her certificate from Dr Mohammad Diab

Received 3.5 GPA or higher

CPH honored Dean’s List students in a recent ceremony attended by CPH administration, faculty, students and their families. 103 distinguished students who obtained 3.5 GPA or higher received their certificates from CPH Dean Dr Mohammad Diab.

The event’s program featured a presentation on CPH achievements over the last academic year delivered by Dr Mohammad Diab. It also included a keynote speech by Dr Shaikha Al Naimi, CPH PharmD graduate and Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at Hamad Medical Corporation.

In his remarks, Dr Mohammad Diab said: “Pharmacy students have always demonstrated a great level of academic distinction and quality. This achievement aligns with CPH mission to provide the State of Qatar with highly qualified pharmacists who will contribute to optimal pharmaceutical care and to advance the health care sector.”

CPH Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Dr Alla El Awaisi said: “We are so proud of our students who have always shown commitment to be qualified professionals and to gain knowledge and experience to fulfill the needs of the Qatari society. This kind of achievements motivates the students to maximize their potential to reach their goals towards success.”

First-year Pharmacy student Hissa Al Mannai said: “I was happy to be included in the dean’s list. This shows how the College of Pharmacy encourages its students to work even harder in the future. I look forward to contributing to the improvement of the health and pharmacy field in Qatar.”

First-year Pharmacy student Hend Al-Naimi said: “Getting recognized after a long year that is full of ups and downs made me forget every struggle that I have faced. This recognition also gave me the power to maintain the hard work to build a strong career.”

Pharmacy student Nawal Bensmail said: “Being able to maintain a good academic performance in such a demanding program is something that I am very proud of accomplishing and the fact that the college recognizes our hard work and celebrates our achievements through the dean’s list events is very rewarding and pushes me to work even harder.”