AUC School of Business Receives Multiple Recognitions at the AMBA & BGA Excellence Awards 2022
On Friday, December 9, the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the Business Graduates Association (BGA) hosted a Gala Dinner at the Biltmore Mayfair, where the winners of the AMBA & BGA Excellence Awards 2022 were announced. The ceremony was attended by more than 210 business school leaders, as well as category finalists, judges and members of the media.
AUC School of Business graduates and program initiatives were recognized on multiple levels for the awards showcasing the school's commitment to excellence and its pledge for impact. The school's Egypt Women on Boards Observatory received the Best Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative Award. The school's "Community-based learning ECON 3071" course and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation's "Hack 22” competition were runner-ups for the Best Lifelong Learning Initiative Award and the Best CSR and Sustainability Initiative Award, respectively. Finally, school alumna Dalia Ibrahim ’93, ’99, ’14 was nominated as a finalist for the Best MBA Leadership Award.
"These nominations and awards are an invaluable recognition for the different teams across the School of Business, especially since it is the result of the collective decisions of many of our competitive peers from around the world. The results endorse our position as a school that constantly reaches out for innovative opportunities and delivers a portfolio of offerings that impact society while working with different constituents on and off campus," said Sherif Kamel, dean and professor of the Department of Management.