Bethlehem University is a Catholic co-educational institution in the Lasallian tradition whose mission is to provide quality higher education to the people of Palestine and to serve them in its role as a center for the advancement, sharing and use of knowledge. The University emphasizes excellence in academic programs and the development of students as committed people prepared to assume leading positions in society. The University aspires to fostering shared values, moral principles and dedication to serving the common good. The University’s enrolment of 3,254 students, most of whom are full time, and nearly 15,000 graduates, most of whom are serving the Palestinian society in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza in various professions and leadership positions.
Bethlehem University
Eng. Philip Daoud
20 Years of experience in the field of ICT, coupled with extensive experience in training, consulting, and project management.Hands-on experience in designing, analyzing and implementing ICT solutions to support and meet business needs and objectives. Led the process of introducing and promoting the first online Learning Management System at BU, and is currently in charge of researching, piloting, and promoting the use of Information Technology in our daily teaching and learning activities.
Suhail Odeh
I received my PhD in Computer engineering from Granada University in 2006, I have many publication in International Journal, teach many courses in computer Science and course how to use ICT in education for early childhood.
Mahdi Klibo
I hold two Master degrees in Public Relations and Business Administration from The Hague University for Applied Sciences - Netherlands. With over twelve years of professional experience that ranges from advanced management to capacity development, I covered diversity of governmental and nongovernmental organizations and academia aspect that have enhanced my management interaction with the community that provided me with enough space to script, implement and introduce quality assurance backup to different programs.
Henry Chaya
Chair of Computer Information System Department and Associate Professor. PhD in Engineering Princeton University New Jersey. Teaching in Electrical and Computer Engineering 1981 to 2011. Experienced in online instruction.


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