“Relationships: Managing Life Partnerships” (Part I)
Business Building, Room 903, Beirut campus
This is the first in a series of two lectures (the second is on February 25) organized by LAU’s Alumni Relations Office, as part of the “Keep Learning” alumni lectures program. The two lectures will address questions relevant to dating and marital relationships, and will also tackle their effect on professional life. They’re both open to alumni and the rest of the LAU community.
The first lecture will cover the following:
- What are the acceptable means to meet a potential partner?
- Are similar values a must in order for the couple to become a unit?
- Am I marrying the person or her/his family?
- Am I dating the right person?
- Do we both have similar expectations of the relationship or the marriage?
- What establishes a commitment?
- What are the main tips for a wedding reception?
- Are our honeymoon expectations realistic?
- Is jealousy an indication of love or is it harmful to the relationship?
- How important is trust and respect?
- How much does a stable or harmonious personal relationship influence one’s professional life?
Both lectures will be presented by Dr. Raed Mohsen.
About the presenter
Dr. Raed Mohsen is specialized in human communication and marital and family therapy. He is currently the Dean of Students at LAU Beirut. Prior to his appointment, he chaired the Communication Arts Department at LAU Beirut, and had his clinical social work practice counseling adolescents, couples and families. He had a tri-weekly TV morning segment addressing social, marital and familial issues. As a communication consultant, he conducted workshops and training seminars on conflict management and resolution, team building, presentation and parenting skills. Dr. Mohsen holds a Ph.D. in Interpersonal and Public Communication, a Master of Arts in Political Science – Public Administration, a Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal and Public Communication from Bowling Green State University, and a Master of Social Work from Gallaudet University, where he also taught for seven years in the Department of Communication Arts.
As places are limited, please confirm your attendance to the first lecture no later than January 19, by contacting the Alumni Relations Office at tel. +961 1 786456 ext. 1136, or email@example.com.
Event organizer: Alumni Relations Office