Princess Sumaya University for Technology President Engages in Dialogue Session with Stakeholders on PSUT Strategic Plan 2030

Aug 21, 2023

In an endeavor to update stakeholders across various sectors about the university's recent advancements and challenges in implementing its strategic plan for 2030, Prof. Wejdan Abu Elhaija, the President of PSUT, held a dialogue session on the university grounds. The session included the advisory and industrial committees as well as the alumni club, aiming to deliberate on the strategic plan and obtain feedback. This event is part of a series of discussions encompassing faculty members, administrative staff personnel, and culminating in the involvement of experts from the local community. The strategic plan aligns with the vision of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, Chairman of the University's Board of Trustees, towards a global university with a noble mission, identity, and national heritage.

Prof. Abu Elhaija examined the pillars of the strategy, the main and sub-objectives, as well as the proposed performance indicators. Subsequently, she interacted with the stakeholders, considering their insights, viewpoints, suggestions, and expertise in realizing the strategic plan. Emphasizing collaboration among stakeholders to align the university's strategic plan with its vision and mission, Abu Elhaija acknowledged their pivotal role and expressed gratitude for their contributions in crafting a comprehensive, achievable, and well-structured strategic plan within the specified timelines.

Prof. Abu Elhaija emphasized the significance of collaborative teamwork, involving each individual based on their expertise and role in the decision-making procedure. This effort coincides with Princess Sumaya University for Technology's vision as it readies itself to chart a path through its 2030 strategic plan, guiding its endeavors to sustain excellence in education, scientific research, innovation, and community engagement. Following its presentation to the Board of Trustees for endorsement, the plan will initiate its implementation phase.

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