• July 21, 2017

    RHU coached Team Lebanon wins in the First Global Robotics Challenge

    A team of students from three schools has managed to honor Lebanon by winning the third place in the that took place in Washington D.C., USA  between July 14 and 18. The team that was coached by the Student Technology Club at Rafik Hariri University (RHU) under the supervision of Dr. Bassam Moslem received the competition’s “Albert Einstein Global Excellence Award” for their innovative design and ranked third among 160 teams from 160 nations, including the United States, China, and Japan. The Team Lebanon consisted of the students Kareem Kawtharani from RHU Student Technology Club at Houssameddine Hariri High school, Wissam Malaeb and Shadi Aridi from Fast and Curious club at Cedars cultural School - CCS, and Karim Haymour from Robobuilders club at Sabeel Al Rashad High School.


    The travel and accommodation expenses for the entire team was sponsored by Mr. Anthony Stephan, Chairman and CEO of the Cornerstone Holdings.


    In addition to their technical abilities, the students represented the cultural side of Lebanon by communicating and interacting with teams from all over the world and gave an example for others to follow that interactive collaboration among various national entities can elevate the status of the small nation into higher levels.

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