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RCSI Bahrain announces Dean’s Award winners
Learning Systems and Technologies Coordinator, Sami Abid, and Nursing Lecturer, Eman Fateel, have been named as the winners of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Medical University of Bahrain’s (RCSI Bahrain) annual Dean’s Awards for 2016.
The winners were announced during RCSI Bahrain’s annual staff dinner at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel, where each was presented with a commemorative award and a prize of BD500, by RCSI Bahrain Vice-President of Academic Affairs and Head of School of Medicine, Professor Joe McMenamin.
Speaking on the occasion, Professor McMenamin offered his personal congratulations.
“I am honoured and privileged to acknowledge the contribution of all staff members to support the university's commitment to excellence in education, research and service. The ethos behind the Dean's Award scheme is to recognise and celebrate these exceptional achievements.
“I would like to congratulate Sami and Eman for their outstanding service to the University and I am delighted to announce them as the deserving winners of the Dean's Awards 2016.”
Created in 2011 as a way of acknowledging the diverse and essential contributions of all staff members, the Dean’s Award scheme is open to nominations from all full-time staff.
The dinner event also provided an opportunity for RCSI Bahrain to acknowledge the contribution of long-standing staff members, Dr Bindhu Nair; Fatima Al-Hannan; Dr Wendy Maddison; Jovi Mallonga; Danah Smith; Dr Hussain Ali Nasaif; Catherine Abou-Zaid; Rabab Al Mouqahwi; Ahmed Al Mousawi; Manal Al Hashimi; Shini Thomas; Dr Amal Al-Gallaf; Jannat Al-Shaiba; Mohammed Yousif; Mansoor PV; Oman Kuttan Narayanan; Servillano Dizon and Dr Sireen Al-Aradi.
RCSI Bahrain is a constituent university of RSCI, which was established in 1784. Like its Irish counterpart, RCSI Bahrain is a not-for-profit health sciences institution focused on education and research to drive positive change in all areas of human health worldwide.