12/15/2015 12:00 AM

​Preparatory Year Female Campuses hold exhibitions for innovative work of Thinking Skills Course

At the end of the first semester of the academic year 1436-1437, many exhibitions were held at all of the female campuses of the Deanship (Arar, Turaif, Owiqilah) associated with the application aspects of Thinking Skills Course. Female students displayed distinctive innovative works through recycling the available materials in the environment and converting them to aesthetic works. As a preparatory stage for students, lecturers held some brainstorming workshops to refine students' ideas into realistic, creative ideas.

It is to be noted that Thinking Skills is one of the courses taught at the Department of Personality-Development Skills at the Deanship of Preparatory Year and Supportive Studies, which aims to develop the innovative thinking among students and make their ideas beneficial for their personal and professional life.

Vice-deans, supervisors and staff members opened the exhibitions and students gave briefings on each innovative work.

In the end, vice-deans and supervisors of various branches of the Deanship expressed their appreciation to the students for their achievements that reveal their creativity and future ambitions. They also expressed their sincere thanks to the attendants for their active participation which contributed to the success of these exhibitions.

Edited by

Media and Public Relations Unit

Deanship of Preparatory Year and Supportive Studies