Saudi philanthropists make generous donations to ISU’s community and global engagement efforts

Saudi Arabian philanthropists support Indiana State University’s international education efforts

Musaed Alzouyhra, a goodwill ambassador to the United Nations who is active in real estate as well as service in Saudi Arabia, has pledged $200,000 to support international education and community engagement programs at Indiana State. Abdullah Dokhan, a Saudi businessman, and Hazim Allihyan, president of Jehan Corporation in Saudi Arabia, also pledged $10,000 each to the cause during a recent visit to campus…

“It’s like bringing my two families together, having my Saudi family here with my ISU family,” said Alyaa Malibari, president of Indiana State’s Saudi Student Association which learned that it was ranked 11th out of 330 associations nationwide by to the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission. “It was an honor to have ISU named No. 1 in the nation in community service, and now we’re super happy to have a person who supports Saudi groups honor us with his continued support. It’s a celebration of each other.” Read the full story at Indiana State University Newsroom.

Saudi Arabian Goodwill Ambassador,
Musaed Alouyhra, and Mike Lahari, ISU
Vice President of Academic Affairs
and Provost

 
 

Businessman, Abdullah Dokhan,
with Lynn Maurer, Dean of the College
of Graduate & Professional Studies

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