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PRESIDENT’S REPORT
2011 - 2012
Table of Contents
1 President’s Letter
2 Chairman’s Letter
3 Community Connections: From Campus to Cairo
21 Highlights 2011 - 2012
23 Financials
25 Sponsors and President’s Club
29 Board of Trustees
31 Facts and Figures
President’s Letter
Lisa Anderson
AUC has long been a part of the Egyptian educational landscape and what
happens in the country, in turn, shapes what happens at the University. From
the time it first opened its doors in the Tahrir Square campus, AUC has created
a safe space for students, scientists and scholars to explore the complex political,
social and cultural dimensions of their world. In 1930, when Cairo physician
Fakhry Farag’s speech —“Shall Women Have Rights and Obligations Equal to
Men?” — resulted in protests, AUC President Charles Watson explained that
genuine education requires that all viewpoints should be heard, establishing
AUC as an open forum of reasoned debate. More than nine decades and a
revolution later, AUC’s Tahrir Square campus continues to be home to regular
public dialogues, where all viewpoints about key issues facing Egypt continue to
be heard. AUC New Cairo extends this rich tradition by serving not only as the
home of all of the University’s degree programs, but also as a new cultural and
community hub for New Cairo.
In the 2011 - 2012 academic year, on the heals of Egypt’s revolution, the University
recommitted itself to be of service to Egypt, and faculty and students deployed
much of their research and scholarship to the pursuit of projects to advance a
country in transition. As Egypt and its neighbors forged a new beginning at the
dawn of the Arab Spring, never was there a greater need for the youthful energy,
purposeful drive and innovative ideas found in the graduates of AUC.
On behalf of the faculty, students and staff, I would like to thank the
University ’s donors whose generous contributions support our mission of
providing excellent education, promoting advanced research, and fostering
service to Egypt and the world.
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Despite the operational challenges presented by the uncertainty in Egypt
that AUC faced in the 2011 - 2012 academic year, the University remained
steadfast in its commitment to delivering the highest quality educational and
research opportunities, and achieved important milestones on several fronts.
On the academic front, AUC recorded the highest admissions scores for
incoming students, introduced new academic programs, and secured a number
of prestigious, program-specific accreditations for its degrees — a testament to
the continuing rise in the quality of its academic programs.
AUC continues to enhance community life in New Cairo, as seen through the
inauguration of the faculty housing complex, and has decided to move forward
with additional faculty housing to be completed in the summer of 2013. The
University is also taking care to minimize its impact on the environment by
minimizing its carbon footprint. In addition to producing a report identifying
ways to reduce greenhouse gases emitted by the University, AUC successfully
reduced its energy consumption by 20 percent, serving as a role model for others
in sustainable development.
I am very pleased to welcome two new members to AUC’s distinguished Board
of Trustees who were elected to the board in the 2011 - 2012 academic year:
Atef Eltoukhy, chairman of Aurum Capital Management, and Philip F. Maritz,
a business executive with experience in real estate and finance. These trustees
bring to the board their keen business sense, deep commitment to education and
philanthropy, and interest in the Middle East.
Richard A. Bartlett
Chairman’s Letter
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AUC’s new faculty housing complex, only 400 meters away from the New Cairo campus, opened its doors in Summer 2012
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Community
Starts at Home
Building a community on campus and beyond its borders,
AUC is making an impact in both the New Cairo and
downtown communities. With the inauguration of the
faculty housing complex across from campus, the University
has taken another step — with 27 faculty pioneers and
their families — toward a more vibrant campus life that
is a part of the New Cairo community. The new housing
allows faculty members to save valuable commute time and
adds to the sense of community on campus.
Being an engaged member of the community also means
caring about what happens to our environment and being
committed to the values of sustainable development.
In 2012, AUC became the first institution of higher
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education in the Middle East and North Africa to conduct
a comprehensive study of its own impact on climate
change by measuring its carbon footprint — the quantity
of greenhouse gases that an organization emits into the
atmosphere over a period of time. The report, which
was spearheaded by AUC’s Desert Development Center
and Office of Sustainability, was the result of campuswide efforts incorporating the work of faculty, students
and staff. It identifies many strategies for reducing the
University’s carbon footprint and energy expenditures.
“Through evaluating our own impact on the environment,
we take the first step in working to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions on our campus and serve as a leader and champion
for others to begin addressing the climate change challenge
with us,” said President Lisa Anderson, explaining that the
report not only illuminates a course of action, but also
serves as a model for similar efforts throughout the region.
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“This study is critical because it gives us
the information we need to set priorities
for future campus sustainability
initiatives. Put simply, curbing our
carbon emissions, and convincing others
to do likewise, will help sustain the longterm viability of Egyptian society.”
— Marc Rauch,
sustainability coordinator
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Citizenship and Scholarship Go Hand in Hand
Believing that engaged students make better scholars and
better citizens, the University introduced the new AUC
Empower Scholarship, which gives five top students from
five governorates across Egypt the opportunity to pursue
an AUC undergraduate education in the major of their
choice. Students from Assiut, Bani Suef, Menya, Sohag
“It’s a great honor to join AUC, which
and Fayyoum governorates also take part in a rigorous
I consider to be the best University in
leadership program designed to instill an understanding
Egypt. At AUC, I have the freedom to
and respect for human rights, as well as a commitment to
study anything I want. It is this freedom
civic engagement. “I want to become a minister who fights
to learn that will help me become who
prejudice against women in government, so I am studying
I want to be in the future — a leading
political science,” said Merna Zaki, an Assiut resident and
business executive who can play a
AUC Empower Scholarship recipient. “Education at AUC
positive role in bringing about economic
is different from the rest of Egypt, where you memorize
development in my home country.”
material and take exams. Here, learning is more active. I
— Osama Abd El-Wahab, AUC
Empower student from Fayyoum
want to become a different person after graduating from
the University, someone who can really make a difference.”
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“The American University in Cairo,
my alma mater, is a proven leader
in providing the kind of liberal arts
education that equips graduates with
the critical-thinking skills and broad
knowledge they need to compete and excel
in today’s globalized world.”
— Yousef Jameel, a long-time
University donor and devoted alumnus
As the new Egypt is born, there is a growing need to develop a cadre of highly skilled Egyptian professionals in the
areas of public policy and administration, journalism, advocacy and law who are able to serve their country and shape its
future. Addressing this pressing need, Yousef Jameel, a prominent Saudi Arabian business leader, philanthropist, long-time
University supporter and devoted alumnus, established the Yousef Jameel GAPP Public Leadership Fund. The fund will
provide support for 300 fellows in 12 cohorts of 25 Egyptian graduate students per year to attend AUC’s School of Global
Affairs and Public Policy.
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“I have always believed that investing in education and in our youth is the way forward,” said Jameel. “The American
University in Cairo, my alma mater, is a proven leader in providing the kind of liberal arts education that equips graduates
with the critical-thinking skills and broad knowledge they need to compete and excel in today’s globalized world.” In order
to ensure diversity among the Jameel Public Leadership Fellows, 60 percent of the fellowships are granted in public policy
and administration programs, 20 percent in law and another 20 percent in journalism and mass communication. Fellowship
recipients will also be at least 50 percent female, 25 percent non-Cairo residents and 25 percent employees at public or
nonprofit organizations.
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Community in the Classroom
While community-based learning (CBL) — an approach
that integrates service activities into academic curricula —
has always been an integral part of AUC’s mission, the
new, pressing needs of post-revolutionary Egypt have been
embedded in numerous courses. A CBL course titled Values,
Activism and the New Egypt, was introduced in Fall 2011
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and had 42 students from different disciplines engaged in
a variety of community-service activities centered around
ways to build the new Egypt. Throughout the course,
students engaged in debates and discussions on their
individual and collective visions for the new Egypt, from
teaching literacy and volunteering to raising awareness of
political and social issues. Ahmed Elhamy, who took the
course to counter his “passiveness,” is now considering
launching a student club that would raise awareness about
different topics of social relevance. “As part of the project,
we worked to raise awareness on sexual harassment as a
dangerous phenomenon in society via different channels
such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as building awareness
in schools and creating videos on the issue,” he said.
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“Since Egypt lacks democracy, social
responsibility and teamwork, it then
becomes incumbent on all Egyptians to
overcome the political passiveness and
indifference that appear to have been
rooted in society in recent years.”
— Sherif Abdel Azeem, associate
professor of electronics engineering and
founder of Resala, a nonprofit service
organization with branches across Egypt
and more than 100,000 volunteers
Students organizing activities for children in Establ Antar as part of their community-based learning course
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Nageh Allam, assistant professor of nanotechnology and renewable energy in the Department
of Physics, is working to develop smart energy systems to produce electricity from sunlight
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Research Solutions to Real-world Problems
Researchers at AUC are working to find answers to the
most compelling needs facing Egypt — a fast and cheap
diagnostic test for hepatitis C, clues to unlock the ancient
roots of cancer and clean energy sources. AUC researchers
have developed a novel test to diagnose hepatitis C, of which
Egypt has the highest prevalence in the world with 10 million
“Most HCV carriers are either oblivious
patients. The research team, led by Hassan Azzazy, professor
to their illness or lack adequate funds to
of chemistry, has designed a test capable of detecting all
take what is typically a very expensive
genotypes of HCV in less than one hour, instead of days,
diagnostic test. The one-hour test seeks to
and at one-tenth of the cost of traditional tests.
lower the bar for knowledge, putting this
rapid and cheap test in the hands of those
Meanwhile, the discovery of cancer in an ancient mummy
who need it the most.”
sheds light on the potential generic role of a leading
— Hassan Azzaz y, professor of
chemistry selected best living scientist in
Egypt by Al Ahram newspaper
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disease in Egypt and around the world. Salima Ikram,
professor of Egyptology, was among an international team
of experts who discovered new radiological findings that
may potentially dispel the long-held belief that cancer is a
man-made, modern-day disease.
With the looming energy crisis in Egypt and the depletion
of petroleum and natural-gas reserves, searching for sources
of alternate fuel becomes all the more important. Inside
AUC’s nanotechnology labs, researchers are working to find
ways to create “smart energy” to produce renewable fuels
and electricity from sunlight on a sustainable basis. Using
nanotechnology techniques, or the science of the very small,
scientists are making big advances in combating chronic
problems like reducing greenhouse gases and lessening the
burden on natural resources for generations to come. “The
international community is aware of the crisis arising from
the use of fossil fuels and is increasingly focusing on the
development of zero-carbon emission technologies using
renewable-energy sources,” said Nageh Allam, assistant
professor of nanotechnology and renewable energy in the
Department of Physics.
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“We’re starting to see that the causes of
cancer seem to be less environmental,
more genetic. Living conditions in
ancient times were very different.
There were no pollutants or modified
foods, which leads us to believe that the
disease is not necessarily only linked to
industrial factors.”
— Salima Ikram, professor of
Egyptology and member of the research
team that discovered the first case of
prostate cancer in a mummy
Salima Ikram, professor of Egyptology, with the first mummy found to have prostate cancer
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“As a historian and an AUCian, I
believe the murals on the Mohamed
Mahmoud walls stand as a testament
to the popular art of the Egyptian
revolution and, at the same time, the
University’s place in Egyptian society. It
is a physical proof that AUC is not an
isolated space in Egyptian society and
that, by extension, its people are also part
of the bigger story of the country.”
— Amina Elbendary, assistant professor
in the Department of Arab and Islamic
Civilizations
Outreach from Tahrir Square to New Cairo
From Tahrir Dialogues and efforts to preserve the murals on Mohamed Mahmoud Street to thoughtful political analysis
from faculty scholars, public forums and community projects by students, the contribution to the future of Egypt remains a
central focus for AUC. Under the After Tahrir initiative, AUC launched numerous programs to integrate the revolution into
the academic and cultural life of the University, as well as address critical issues facing the country. Of these, the exhibition
titled Tahrir: 18 Days that Changed the World is one of the most apparent. The culmination of a student-led initiative and
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In an effort to maintain the artistic murals painted on the walls of Mohamed Mahmoud Street
around AUC Tahrir Square, student volunteers and members of the Tahrir community applied
varnish to the walls to enhance the color and bind it to the concrete more effectively
semester-long independent study, the exhibition features more than 20 mosaic murals at the Conference and Visitor Center,
near Bassily Auditorium, ranging in size from 3 by 4 meters to more than 7 by 14 meters. “The murals largely emphasize
the emotions of the revolution, starting with joy,” explained David London, who served as assistant professor of journalism
and mass communication and supervised the student project. The distinctive appearance of the murals comes from the fact
that they are made up of thousands of smaller pictures of varied color, contrast and tone. “Over the course of the semester,
students collected more than 12,000 pictures of the revolution. We then used a freeware program to format the images
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and arrange them to create the larger ones,” said London,
adding that the murals are an attempt to emphasize the role
of women and youth in the uprising.
In addition to art exhibitions, well-known figures and
leading activists had the opportunity to speak at AUC
through various lecture series on campus. These include
the Tahrir Dialogue, a series of debates, organized by the
School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, on key issues
facing Egyptian citizens as they define a way forward;
Transforming Egypt, panel discussions held by the School of
Business to explore the business and economic ramifications
of the revolution; as well as Egypt in Transition: Know
Your Role, a public seminar series organized by the John D.
Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement to
raise awareness among Egyptians of their civic rights and
obligations. In addition, new courses were introduced and
old ones adjusted to reflect the changing political, social and
economic conditions in Egypt. In response to the changing
work environment, AUC’s continuing and executive
education institutions also developed a portfolio of training
programs for business, government and civil society.
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“The murals largely emphasize the
emotions of the revolution, starting with
joy. …emotions such as frustration,
anger, pride and sorrow. We hope to
channel the energy and enthusiasm of the
revolution into the work needed to build
a new Egypt.”
— David London, course instructor
in Spring 2011 who supervised the
student project
The culmination of a student-led initiative, the Tahrir: 18 Days that Changed the World
exhibition features more than 20 mosaic murals on the New Cairo campus composed from more
than 12,000 student photographs that capture the emotions of the revolution
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Highlights 2011 - 2012
Gro Harlem Brundtland Delivers Nadia
Younes Lecture
Carter Delivers Gerhart Center Lecture
Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and former U.S.
President Jimmy Carter delivered a lecture titled
“Reflections on Democracy, Human Rights and
Peace,” followed by a discussion with AUC students in
an event organized by the John D. Gerhart Center for
Philanthropy and Civic Engagement.
On the 25th anniversary of the Brundtland Report,
which provides guiding principles for sustainable
development as it is understood and practiced today,
Gro Harlem Brundtland, chair of the commission that
published the report and former prime minister of
Norway, delivered the Nadia Younes Memorial Lecture
on “Sustainable Development, Democracy, Peace and
the Key Role of Women.”
Students Rank First in International
Conference for Solar Powering Projects
Petroleum and energy engineering students won
first prize at the 10th annual World Wind Energy
Conference for their project, Library Solar Powering,
whereby solar panels would be installed on the AUC
Library rooftop to convert solar rays into electricity.
Chemistry Program First in Egypt to be
Internationally Accredited
AUC’s undergraduate chemistry program was accredited
by the Canadian Society for Chemistry, making it the
first and only accredited chemistry program in Egypt.
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El Mouled Carnival Raises Awareness, Funds
for Egyptian Tourism
As part of the campaign, AUCians for Reviving
Tourism, an effort to revitalize tourism to rebuild the
Egyptian economy, students organized El Mouled — an
event recreating a traditional Egyptian carnival — and
raised more than LE 200,000 to support tourism.
MBA Ranked Top in Region by Forbes
AUC’s Master of Business Administration program
was ranked first by Forbes Middle East, among similar
programs in 37 private universities in the Arab world.
Students Named First Dalai Lama Fellows
in Egypt
Engineering students Bassma Taher and Samar Sultan
are the first Egyptians and AUC students to be selected
as Dalai Lama fellows for the year 2012, winning
$4,500 each for their project Dawayer (Circles), which
empowers underprivileged people by developing their
interpersonal skills and enabling them to start their
own small business ventures.
Ayman Ismail Named Young Global Leader
by World Economic Forum
Sports Teams Achieve Top Rankings in
National Tournament
Thomas Friedman, Dean Nabil Fahmy in
Campus Discussion
Thomas Friedman (ALU ’74), Pulitzer Prize-winning
journalist and foreign affairs columnist for The New
York Times holds campus talk with Dean of the School
of Global Affairs and Public Policy Nabil Fahmy.
www.beccalower.com
AUC teams won third place overall at the 39th National
Universities Tournament, competing against 33
national and private universities in 30 different sports.
AUC athletes won 38 gold, silver and bronze medals.
AUC alumnus Ayman Ismail, assistant professor of
management and the Abdul Latif Jameel Endowed
Chair of Entrepreneurship, was selected by the Forum
of Young Global Leaders as one of two Egyptian
influential and inspirational figures for the year. This
recognition, granted by the World Economic Forum,
honors young leaders from around the world who are
below the age of 40 and demonstrate a commitment
to serve the community at large. The second Egyptian
recipient of the award was AUC alumnus Wael Ghonim.
Program First to Train Certified Medical
Technologists
The first-of-its-kind in Egypt and accredited by the
American Society of Clinical Pathology, AUC’s Medical
Technology Training Program offers specialized
training to medical technologists in accordance with
globally recognized standards.
Cairo’s First Water Hackathon on Campus
In collaboration with the World Bank, AUC’s Desert
Development Center hosted the Water Hackathon, an
intensive brainstorming and programming marathon
for software developers and designers from around
the globe working on new tools for addressing waterrelated issues.
John Zogby on U.S. Election Poll Results
Prior to the 2012 U.S. presidential elections, John
Zogby, founder of the polling firm Zogby International,
author and columnist at Forbes, and senior adviser with
JZ Analytics, delivered a lecture titled “The 2012 U.S.
Elections: Political Landscape and Potential Impact in
the Middle East.”
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
AUC students performed Ken Kesey’s contemporary
classic, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, in a stage adaptation
by Dale Wasserman.
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Financials
Revenue for the fiscal year 2012, which covered the period September 1, 2011 to August 31, 2012, amounted to $169.9 million, while
expenses totaled $170.9 million, resulting in an operating deficit of about $1 million. Major revenue sources include net tuition and fees,
which ended at $97.9 million. Financial aid and scholarships, which is treated as discount on tuition, was about $29 million, an increase
of $6 million from $23 million in financial aid in the prior year. Revenue from adult education programs was $11.7 million, about $1.5
million lower than in the prior year, mainly due to the periodic shutdown of AUC Tahrir Square, where most of these programs are
offered. Sponsored research income amounted to about $17 million, and endowment and interest income totaled $26.2 million.
On the expense side, the largest share is spent on faculty and staff salaries and benefits, which totaled $100 million. Supplies and services
were $45 million and depreciation about $25 million. These expenses are also categorized according to function as follows: academic
and academic support represented about 50 percent of all expenses at $85.7 million; administrative and general expenses followed at 26
percent, or $44.5 million; continuing education stood at about 10 percent of all expenses at $17.5 million; auxiliary enterprises were at
8.7 percent, or $14.9 million; and research expenses were a little under 5 percent or $8.3 million.
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15.4%
26.1%
57.6%
Operating
Expenses
6.9%
1.3%
Operating
Revenues
10%
10.2%
50.2%
5.9%
2.8%
8.7%
4.9%
Operating Expenses
Academic and Academic Support
Administration and General
Continuing Education
Auxiliary Enterprises
Research
Operating Revenues
Net Academic Tution Fees*
Endowment Income
Continuing Education
Other Income
Research
Auxiliary Enterprises
Total Operating Revenues
$169. 9 million
Gifts and Grants for Current Operations **
* $29.4 million in financial aid and scholarships was given to students in the form of tuition reductions. This amount is deducted from gross tuition income.
** Gifts of $2.2 million for New Cairo campus development and endowment excluded from operating revenues.
This information is based on the Actual FY 2012 Consolidated Statement of Activities report.
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Sponsors
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) reports that AUC received $16,124,397 in external funding
during the 2011 - 2012 fiscal year in support of research, training and public-service projects. OSP
represents the University in its dealings with governments, foundations and companies that sponsor
projects, and is responsible for submitting all project proposals. OSP helps faculty members identify
potential funding sources and develop proposals, negotiates the terms of grants and contracts, and
ensures that AUC complies with those terms.
AERES Groep
Al Alfi Foundation
American University of Beirut
Andrew Mellon Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Community Initiatives, Dalai Lama Fellows
Educational Testing Services
European Commission
FEMISE Association
Goldman Sachs Foundation
Human Frontier Science Program
International Center for Journalism
International Foundation for Electoral Systems
Mentor Graphics Corporation
National Institute of Health - Office of AIDS Research
National Telecom Regulatory Authority
Naval Air Warfare Center
Office of Science and Technology Development,
Peking University
Open Society Institute
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Save the Children
European Commission/TEMPUS Office
The Aga Khan Cultural Services - Egypt
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The Ford Foundation
The Migration Policy Center of the European
University Institute
Tufts University
United Nations Children’s Fund Middle East and
North Africa Regional Office
United Nations Economic and Social Commission
for Western Asia
United Nations Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization
United Nations Population Fund - Arab States
Regional Office
United Nations Population Fund/Iraq
United States Agency for International
Development
United States Embassy in Cairo
University of Capetown
University of Southampton
University of Texas at Austin-CASA
University of Wales Institute, Cardiff
USAID/ Office of American Schools and Hospitals
Abroad
World Bank Group
Yousef Abdel Latif Jameel Co.
President’s Club
AUC’s President’s Club represents a community of alumni, parents, friends and corporations who support the University with gifts of $1,000 or more during the
academic year. The President’s Club was established to recognize the generosity and leadership of donors who provide the backbone of financial support that enables
the University to remain a guiding force for positive developments in Egypt, the Middle East and beyond. Every effort has been made to publish accurate, up-to-date
records. We apologize for any inadvertent omissions or errors, and encourage you to request corrections by contacting us at 20.2.2615.2481 or [email protected]
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Mrs. Marnie S. Pillsbury
Mr. Bernard Selz
Mr. & Mrs. Alex Shalaby
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Sivertsen
Dr. Roxie Walker
Mr. Robert M. Weyerhaeuser§
Dr. Emad A. Zikry
Anonymous
Trustees and Advisory Trustees
Mr. Mohammad Ahmed Abughazaleh ’67§
H.E. Amb. Yousef Mana Al-Otaiba
Mr. & Mrs. Moataz Al Alfi§
Ms. Basma Alireza
President Lisa Anderson &
Mr. Marc Rauch§
Mr. Richard & Mrs. Kerri Bartlett§
Dr. Thomas A. & Mrs. Mary Louise Bartlett§
Dr. Barbara Brown & Dr. Steven C. Ward§
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Cashin§
Mrs. Mary Cross§
Mr. & Mrs. W. John Driscoll§
Dr. Atef ’74 and Mrs. Fofa Eltoukhy
Mr. C. Stedman Garber, Jr.§
Mr. Paul B. Hannon§
Mr. John R. Hayes§
Dr. & Mrs. Elias K. Hebeka§
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Del Tufo (Katherine Nouri Hughes)§
Mr. Lawrence H. Hyde§
Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim
Mrs. Suad Al-Husseini Juffali§
Mr. Abdallah S. Jum’ah ’65§
The Honorable & Mrs. Robert W. Kasten, Jr.
Farhad Kazemi & Jane Opper§
Mr. Weldon D. Kruger§
Daniel Kurtzer
Mr. Arthur Lindenauer§
Mr. & Mrs. Troland S. Link§
Mr. Bruce L. Ludwig & Mrs. Carolyn K. Ludwig§
Mr. Philip Maritz
Ms. Elizabeth (Lisa) K. Nitze
Teresa & Rob Oden§
The Honorable Dina Habib Powell
Dr. William K. Simpson§
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Thomason§
Mrs. Suzy & Dr. Sadek Wahba ’87§
The Honorable Frank G. Wisner§
Anonymous
Foundations and Organizations
Abraaj Group
Al-Alfi Foundation for Human &
Social Development
Alcatel - Lucent Egypt
Al Mansour International Distribution Co.
Amer Group
The Anglo American Charitable
Foundation
Apache Corporation
Arab African International Bank
The Associates for Telecommunications
AUC Parents Association§
Bouncer Foundation
British American Tobacco - North Africa
The British Council
Cairo Choral Society
Cairo Poultry Co. S.A.E.
Cane Investments, LLC
The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial
Foundation
Cherbec Advancement Foundation§
Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
Commercial International Bank (Egypt)
Cornell University
Credit Agricole Egypt, S.A.E.§
Dakahlia Group
Dar Al Mimar Group
Davidson Kempner Capital Management
DLA Matouk Bassiouny
Driscoll Foundation§
The Egyptian Company for Mobile
Services (Mobinil)
Egyptian Fertilizers
Egyptian University Sports Federation
EIM Group
Emaar Misr
Embassy of Canada
Embassy of Germany
EOG Resources, INC. ExxonMobil Egypt (S.A.E.)§
Fluor Corporation
The Ford Foundation
Forum Transregionale Studien
Friends of Ahmed Bahaa Eldin Foundation
Georgia State University
Glenn Greenberg & Linda Vester Foundation
Halliburton Foundation, Inc. Helmy, Hamza & Partners (Baker & McKenzie)
Henkel-Egypt
HSBC Bank Egypt S.A.E.§
JJJ Foundation
Kenneth H. Bacon Trust
Link Development
Linz & Company Incorporated
Maadi British International School
Mansour Foundation for Development
(M.F.D.)
Margo Veillon Trust§
Marilyn M. Simpson Charitable Trust§
Mary H. & J. Milo Meland Family Fund
of The Minneapolis Foundation
McMunn Family Foundation
Mediterranean Trade for Paints Company
The Melville Foundation
Mercator XXI LLC
Midstream Partners Poten & Partners
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Mostafa Family Charitable Lead Trust
The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati
Foundation
The Petty Foundation
Pfizer Egypt S.A.E.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
SD Europe
The Selz Foundation
Sinai Touristic Investments Co. (STIGO)
Suez Cement Company
World Monuments Fund
Named and Memorial Gifts
In Memory of Dr. Fadel Assabghy
Dr. Salah Mohamed Arafa Mrs. Shahira Abbas El Sawy ’65, ’91§
Dr. Salah El-Sheikh Dr. Nicholas S. Hopkins Dr. Jehane Nour Eldin Ragai ’66, ’69
Mr. Adham Ramzi Ramadan ’91 Dr. Amr Mohamed Shaarawi In Memory of Brian Lynn
Mr. Paul Lynn§
In Memory of Omar Mohsen
President Lisa Anderson &
Mr. Marc Rauch§
Dr. Ashraf Hussein El Fiqi Dr. Graham Harman Professor Ann Lesch Mrs. Sawsan Aly Milad ’73§
Katherine Precht ’87 & Chris Evans Dr. Amr Mohamed Shaarawi In Memory of Waheed Samy
Mrs. Mary Kickham Samy ’75 In Memory of Susan Weeks
The Petty Foundation In Memory of Nadia Younes
D. Patrick Maley§
18% Foundations and Corporations
$1,494,523
64 Donors
Giving by
Constituency
$ Amount
1% Parents
$89,924
297 Donors
55% Alumni
$4,688,525
1,809 Donors
26% Friends
$2,195,702
210 Donors
16% Endowment
$1,318,247
45% Current Restricted
$3,844,752
188 Gifts
106 Gifts
Giving by
Purpose
$ Amount
17% Capital
$1,453,219
25 Gifts
22% AUC Annual Fund
$1,852,456
2,169 Gifts
§
Donors of five or more consecutive years
* Deceased
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Board of
Trustees
Officers
Mr. Richard A. Bartlett, chair
Mr. Moataz Al Alfi, vice chair
Dr. Barbara Brown, secretary
Mr. James D. Bond, treasurer
Trustees
Mr. Mohammad Abughazaleh
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Del Monte Fresh Produce Company
United States
Mr. Moataz Al Alfi
Chairman
Americana Group (Egypt)
Egypt
Mr. Hisham Ezz Al-Arab
Chairman and Managing Director
Commercial International Bank (CIB)
Egypt
Professor Sheikha Abdulla Al-Misnad
President
Qatar University
Qatar
Ms. Basma Alireza
Vice President of Corporate Affairs
Rezayat Europe Ltd.
United Kingdom
Dr. Lisa Anderson
President
The American University in Cairo
Egypt
Dr. Ziad Ahmed Bahaa-Eldin
Senior Legal Advisor
Central Bank of Egypt
Egypt
Mr. Paul H. Bartlett
Partner
Rho Ventures
United States
Mr. Richard A. Bartlett
Managing Director
Resource Holdings, Ltd.
United States
Dr. Eva Bellin
Myra and Robert Kraft Professor of Arab Politics
Brandeis University
United States
Ambassador Yousef Al-Otaiba
Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates
to the United States of America
Mr. James D. Bond
United States
President
Bond & Associates
United States
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Dr. Barbara Brown
President
The Louise H. and David S. Ingalls
Foundation
United States
Mr. Richard M. Cashin
Managing Partner
One Equity Partners
United States
Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei
Director General Emeritus
International Atomic Energy Agency
Austria
Mr. Hisham Hussein El-Khazindar
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Citadel Capital
Egypt
Dr. Atef H. Eltoukhy
Chairman
Aurum Capital Management
United States
Mr. C. Stedman Garber
Retired Chief Executive Officer
Global Santa Fe Corporation
United States
Mr. Peter A.D. Giblin
Chairman
The Giblin Company
United Kingdom
Ms. Katherine Nouri Hughes
Writer
United States
Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim
Chairman and Founder
Mo Ibrahim Foundation
United Kingdom
Mr. Abdallah S. Jum’ah
Former President and Chief Executive Officer
Saudi Aramco Oil Company
Saudi Arabia
Mr. Robert W. Kasten, Jr.
President
Kasten & Company
United States
Dr. Farhad Kazemi
Professor Emeritus of Politics and Middle
Eastern Studies
New York University
United States
Ambassador Daniel C. Kurtzer
Lecturer and Professor in Middle East Policy Studies
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and
International Affairs
Princeton University
United States
Mr. Paul J. Lawler
Vice President for Investments and Chief
Investment Officer (retired)
The W. K. Kellogg Foundation and Trust
United States
Mr. Bruce L. Ludwig
Chairman
Ludwig Capital
United States
Mr. Philip Maritz
Managing Director
Broadreach Capital Management
United States
Ms. Elizabeth (Lisa) K. Nitze
Managing Director
Mission Measurement LLC
United States
Dr. Robert A. Oden, Jr.
President Emeritus
Carleton College
United States
Ms. Dina Habib Powell
Global Head of Corporate Engagement
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
United States
Dr. William B. Quandt
Edward R. Stettinius Professor of
Government and Foreign Affairs
University of Virginia
United States
Ms. Hosna Mohamed Rachid
Chairperson, Rachid Masheq Group
Unilever Mashreq
Egypt
Mr. Thomas E. Thomason
Chief Executive Officer
Egyptian Refining Company
Egypt
Dr. David A. Tirrell
Ross McCollum-William H. Corcoran
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical
Engineering
California Institute of Technology
United States
Dr. Sadek Wahba
Former Managing Director
Morgan Stanley
United States
Advisory Trustees
Dr. Esmat Abdel Meguid
Dr. Alexander Aldrich
Mr. Theodore S. Bacon, Jr.
Dr. Thomas A. Bartlett
Mr. Paul I. Corddry
Mrs. Mary Cross
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Driscoll
Dr. Nabil Elaraby
Mr. Paul B. Hannon
Mr. John R. Hayes
Dr. Elias K. Hebeka
Mr. B. Boyd Hight
Mr. Lawrence H. Hyde
Mrs. Suad Al-Husseini Juffali
Mr. Weldon D. Kruger
Mr. Arthur Lindenauer
Mr. Troland S. Link
Mr. Richard Morrow
Dr. William A. Rugh
Dr. William K. Simpson
Mr. John A. Urquhart
Ambassador Frank G. Wisner
Dr. Ahmed H. Zewail
Nobel Laureate, Linus Pauling Chair Professor
of Chemistry and Professor of Physics
California Institute of Technology
United States
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Facts and Figures
5,244 Undergraduate students
1,259 Graduate students
90 Countries represented by AUC students
18,238 Continuing education students
423 Full-time faculty
358 Part-time faculty
53 Percentage of faculty from Egypt
31 Percentage of faculty from the United States
16 Percentage of faculty from other countries
1:11 Faculty to student ratio
58 Student-run clubs and organizations
30 Athletic programs
$29.4 million Scholarships and financial aid awarded
30,919 Alumni
33 Undergraduate majors
37 Graduate programs
18 Graduate diplomas
2 PhD programs
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