Community Services (Academic Year 2023/2024)

The Beach Clean-Up Event

Gulf university presented by Dr. Mohammed Dawwas, SSU, and Student’s council organized The Beach Clean-Up Event in collaboration with University of Northampton. The aim of this event is to not only clean up the beach but also to raise awareness about the importance of keeping our environment clean and free from litter to give back to our community and to work together towards a common goal. In addition, to strengthen ties between Gulf University and the University of Northampton through collaborative efforts in environmental initiatives, promoting cross-cultural understanding and cooperation.

Breast Cancer Event

In collaboration with SSU and the Student’s Council, the Community Engagement Centre orchestrated a significant awareness initiative named “Her Fight Is All of Ours.” This impactful event, conducted on 30/10/2022, sought to promote unity and increase awareness regarding the vital importance of early screening and detection.

Afforestation Day

The Community Engagement Centre, in collaboration with SSU and the Student’s Council, organized Tree Day, a significant event aimed at environmental conservation. Prof. Mohanad Ismael Ibrahim Al Fira, the esteemed president of Gulf University, along with academic staff and students, actively participated in this tree planting exercise held on December 6, 2023. As part of GU’s ongoing commitment to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change, the university conducts this annual event to preserve the environment. Over 900 plants were planted, fostering a higher level of awareness and responsibility among GU members and the wider community.

Bahrain National Day

Gulf University, represented by Prof. Mohanad Ismael Ibrahim Al Fira (President of Gulf University), organized Bahrain National Day on 14 December 2023. The aim of this day is to commemorate the country’s independence and highlight its rich heritage, culture, and national pride. It serves as a time to honor the unity, progress, and achievements of the Bahraini people, as well as to showcase the nation’s history, traditions, and accomplishments.

Bahraini Women Day

Gulf University, represented by Prof. Mohanad Ismael Ibrahim Al Fira (President of Gulf University), Dr. Mohammed Dawwas (Director of Community Engagement Centre), Mrs. Baraa Al-samarai (Head of Admission and Registration), and Mr. Abdullah Imad (head of SUU) organized Bahraini Women’s Day. As part of the event, they chose one student from a pool of 12 nominees to serve as the university president for a day. In addition, Prof. Dr. Mohanad Ismael Ibrahim Al Fira honored the women staff at gulf university.  The purpose of this event is to acknowledge and commend the achievements of Bahraini women in diverse fields and sectors, and to provide a platform for promoting gender equality, empowering women, and emphasizing their vital role in the development and advancement of Bahraini society, and to inspire and motivate women to persist in making substantial contributions to the nation’s prosperity and progress.

Capital School Visit

The Community Engagement Center at Gulf University welcomed a delegation from Capital School during their recent visit. The purpose of the visit was to explore the state-of-the-art facilities and advanced technologies employed in delivering educational programs at Gulf University. This exchange highlights the university’s commitment to fostering partnerships and showcasing innovative approaches to education. The collaborative engagement underscores the significance of sharing best practices for the advancement of educational initiatives.