MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, awarded the College of Engineering for winning first and third place in the finals of innovation challenge.
The University Innovation Challenge Program for Sustainable Development was organized by the Ministry of Education in partnership with Prince Mohammed bin Salman College of Management and Entrepreneurship, Babson College for Entrepreneurship Education, and the United Nations Development Program. It aims to enhance cooperation between universities, centers, and institutes of entrepreneurship to achieve sustainable development goals and the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.
The first place was won by the students Saud Al-Obaid, Iyad Al-Falih and Muhammad Al-Mutairi under the supervision of Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Mutairi, and the project was the S-T-S Learning System.
The third place was won by the students Abdullah Al-Bahlal, Hamad Al-Duwaihi, and Abdulaziz Al-Rukban under the supervision of Dr. Nayef Al-Baqmi, and the project was Masharb.
The dean, Dr. Saleh Al-Dahsh highlighted the importance of harnessing students’ innovative ideas and supporting them to reach the highest levels and turning these projects into products of economic value to contribute to achieving the Kingdom’s 2030 vision