27 May 2024

AAU Welcomes Graduate Mohammad Amin Zatara, Recipient of King Abdullah II Award for Excellence

Prof. Sari Hamdan, our president, welcomed Mr. Mohammad Amin Zatara, the CEO of Wajeez, in celebration of his receiving the King Abdullah II Award for Excellence, third class. This prestigious award was bestowed upon him by His Majesty King Abdullah II during the Kingdom's Independence Day celebrations on Saturday, May 25, 2024. Zatara was recognized for founding the "Wajeez" app, which has attracted international investors and provides summaries of audiobooks, readable books, and audio recordings of Arabic poetry and plays. It is noteworthy that Zatara is a graduate of the Business and E-Commerce program, and his graduation project, now a global success, was supervised by the university's Vice President, Prof. Anas Al-Soud. During the meeting, Prof. Hamdan praised Zatara and Wajeez for their efforts in enhancing Arabic audio content, emphasizing that this royal honor reflects His Majesty's deep appreciation for supporting innovation and e-learning. He added, "No accolade is higher than that of His Majesty the King," but today we welcome you with immense pride as a graduate who has carved his path and achieved significant accomplishments both locally and regionally. The recognition ceremony was attended by the Vice President for International Relations and Quality Affairs, Prof. Anas Al-Soud, the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Mustafa Al-Atiyyat, and the Marketing and Communication Unit Director, Engineer Ahmed Al-Hourani. Mr. Zatara expressed his gratitude for the university's gracious gesture, noting that receiving this royal award is a great motivator to continue working hard and innovating in the field of audio content. He recalled the substantial support he received during his studies at the university and emphasized the importance of collaboration between academic institutions and tech companies in building a bright future for upcoming generations.

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