After 3 years of working as the head of the Student Affairs department at the American University of Iraq-Sulaimani, Dashnye Daloye leaves AUI-S.
"Today is my last day at AUI-S, and I want to tell everyone that it has been a pleasure knowing you all," wrote Dashnye Daloye in an e-mail sent out to the AUI-S community. "
Dashnye Daloye will be getting her PhD in Britain, where she got her master degree.
Miss. Daloye was the main figure in all the community projects conducted at by AUI-S. She supervised the aid projects for the Qalawa refugee camp. She also was responsible for arranging parties at AUI-S. Her office was also a place for negotiation between AUI-S students and faculty over problems. The list of her responsibilities extend beyond that according to the AUI-S website.
Miss Daloye's departure is the second in a row after Dr. Denise Natali's leaving AUI-S. Dr. Natali was the head of the research centers and the former academic dean of students.
Dashnye Daloye's hope is to see the first group of AUI-S undergraduates graduate.
It is still not clear who will will succeed Miss Daloye as the director of Student Affairs.
Student Eye tried to contact Dashnye Daloye, but couldn't reach her.