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Nadine Abi Rached: President of Collège de La Sagesse


Nadine Abi Rached (ELFS, 1996) was recently appointed as the new President of Collège de La Sagesse. Abi Rached graduated with a Bachelor in Social Work from the USJ Lebanese School of Social Work in 1996. She also earned a Master in Social Work from the same School in 2002. In 2024, she obtained a Master in NGO Management from Sagesse University. Abi Rached launched her career in social work at Collège de la Sagesse 27 years ago, after completing her bachelor’s degree, where she continues to work to this day. In 2016, she founded 4 Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a brighter future. The mission of 4 Hope is to empower every community member and ensure equal opportunities for all, regardless of race, color, gender, or religion, enabling them to develop their human potential and become responsible members of their local, national and international communities. That same year, Abi Rached founded and assumed leadership of the Social Department at the Maronite Patriarchate of Bkerke. Since 2019, she has also served as Director of the Social Department at the Maronite Archdiocese of Beirut.

Jesus the Teacher – No. 1

Dunia Moukaddam

Is the Gospel a foundational text for educational theory and practice? Do contemporary pedagogical principles find resonance in the teachings of the revered figure known as “Master”? Before Jesus, philosophies of life and teaching existed, woven into the fabric of human history and rooted in existential reflections. Yet, with His advent, a new dawn emerged. Teaching became imbued with His essence.

Personalized instruction, community engagement, differentiation, active learning, interactivity, and support—these are not just modern educational buzzwords but echo the teachings of a Master who walked the earth two millennia ago. Concepts like freedom, empathy, respect, and tolerance, central in today’s pedagogy, find their roots in His timeless wisdom.

It’s as if our pedagogical wellspring flows from Him, inviting us to reevaluate and reconstruct educational frameworks. Thus, the journey unfolds: to decipher and rebuild, drawing inspiration from His teachings.

150 years… Our roots, our future

USJ Campus safety guide

The following safety instructions are designed to provide you with essential recommendations to ensure the safety of everyone in case of:

  • an attack or potential war risk
  • a fire
  • an earthquake

Consider the present document as a go-to guide offering valuable information to everyone on Campus.

In the event of a security threat, fire or an earthquake, it is crucial to act wisely to ensure your safety and facilitate rescue operations. Time is of the essence.