LUMS Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Arshad Ahmad, has been named the AIB International Educator of the Year for 2022 by the Academy of International Business (AIB), the leading international organization of international business and management scholars.
Recognized in 1959, AIB’s association covers over 70 countries worldwide. AIB raises brilliance in education by progressing the highest professional morals in international business and management.
Dr. Ahmad is the first person from a South Asian university to get this respected award. He joins renowned contemporaries from North and South America, Europe, Australia, and China who have formerly been awarded this high distinction.
Meanwhile, Dean of the AIB Fellows, Dr. Lorraine Eden, acknowledged Dr. Ahmad for his determinations “to enhancing transdisciplinary, global learning and education among students, scholars, managers, and leaders worldwide”.
While showing gratitude to AIB, Dr. Ahmad stated “this award is a tribute to 35 years of excellence at LUMS and its relentless commitment to innovation and the transformation of education through inclusive, global learning networks.”
From the time to be a part of LUMS in 2018, Vice Chancellor of LUMS University has reinforced the University’s unique objective of Learning without Borders which always hopes to exceed academic, geographic, and socio-economic boundaries.
LUMS gives an ‘academic haven’ for bright, young students from all over Pakistan’s varied landscape. LUMS takes its students on a scholastic journey that converts their lives by discovering knowledge across disciplines, presenting them how to examine convincing international challenges, and by evolving the leadership morals and skills they need to make a better world.
Moreover, Rector of LUMS Mr. Shahid Husain and Interim Provost Dr. Tariq Jadoon gave their truthful congratulations for this respected award.
Additionally, the Honorary Dean of the LUMS Suleman Dawood School of Business, Dr. Alnoor Bhimani, said,
“Dr. Ahmad is transforming the educational landscape in South Asia and beyond. His transdisciplinary learning initiatives that interconnect subjects bring about the most positive student-teacher experiences. His ideas make him a world-class educational leader.”