On Tuesday 14th of November 2017, the Deanship of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research (DGSR) organized the Second Annual Research Day at German Jordanian University (GJU).
On Sunday 19th of November 2017, the Vice President of German Jordanian University (GJU), Prof. Atef Al-Khrabsheh opened the “Reading for All Festival” at GJU Campus (Akhzan), within Amman Celebration, (Capital of Islamic Culture), organized by the Ministry of Culture.
The Integrity and Anti- Corruption Commission is providing a survey about  (Measuring Integrity Standards Applications at Jordanian Universities), to be filled by GJU’s students, faculty and administrative members, in order to assist  the commission in its strategic planning.
Dr. Ziad Abuelrub, the head of the Industrial Relations Committee, participated with a paper in the 3rd MENA Higher Education Leadership Forum
The School of Applied Technical Sciences (SATS) at GJU represented by Dr. Hisham ElMoaqet and Mechatronics Engineering Student Ismael Ismael participated in the 19th Arab Forum for Entrepreneurship
On Wednesday, 15th of November 2017, a German delegation visited German Jordanian University (GJU) to meet with GJU’s students in order to give them an introduction about the International Parliament Scholarship (IPS).
On Tuesday 14th of November 2017, Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Minister of Higher Education Prof. Adel Al-Twaisi, the German-Jordanian University (GJU), celebrated the opening of project "Anwar" - the 2.11 MWp solar power plant.
On Wednesday the 8th of November 2017, a field trip took place to Hikma warehouse in Al-Qastal Industrial area for the GJU Logistics Sciences students together with their professor Dr. Ismail Abushaika as well as Britta Kaehler and Randolph Galla as representatives of GJU’s Office for Industrial Links (OIL).
Azmi Al Nawayseh who graduated in Management Sciences from GJU in 2010, continued his career and education in Germany after working for GJU’s International Office.
On 11th of November 2017, as part of the capacity building in the Vocational Training Center for undergraduate university students and teachers in Jordan (VTC project), three trainers from the Instituto Superior de Paços de Brandão (ISPAB) from Portugal participated in the capacity building by training 20 students and instructors at GJU.