AUB alumni have had a broad and significant impact on the region – and the world – as delegates to the signing of the UN Charter in 1945, presidents of their countries, prime ministers, members of parliament, ambassadors, governors of central banks, presidents and deans of colleges and universities, businesspeople, engineers, doctors, teachers, and nurses. They embody the values that AUB seeks to instill in its graduates: a commitment to creative and critical thinking, life-long learning, personal integrity and civic responsibility, and leadership. Numbering more than 55,000, they work in government, the private sector, and in nongovernmental organizations in more than 100 countries around the world.
The Worldwide Alumni Association of AUB (WAAAUB), which includes a growing number of alumni chapters and branches around the world, represents AUB alumni who play a critically important role at the University. WAAAUB has its own governance and administrative structure and is managed by an Alumni Council and a Board of Directors that is elected by AUB alumni.
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