In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
We praise and thank Allah (S) for blessing us with a successful conference for the benefit of the community. We pray that everyone that attended, volunteered, or coordinated the conference was impacted in some way that brought them closer to "Living the Deen".
Charity Week donation will be made on behalf of the Hunter College Muslim Student Association.
Thank you to all that participated in the competition. Congratulations to all winners in the following categories.
Participants compete in three categories reciting from the Qur'aan (no memorization required)
MSA members or alumni please bring student ID.
Dream VS Deen - A young Muslim's perspective on the journey to overcome the temptation of living a dream life and finding the way towards the Deen.
An honest discussion surrounding the real-life challenges and addicting effects of Smoking, Vaping and Marijuana use.
Throughout time humans have faced many moral and emotional challenges, answers to our present-day dilemmas may lie in the lives of our past Heroes. An analysis of the golden lessons left by our righteous predecessors to guide our paths.
Crossroads; At the intersection of Islam and social norms - The Muslim of today faces a challenge greater than ever before. How can we be Muslims in a better way in the modern world? Insights on things that affect us in the modern world in terms of getting to where we want to be in practicing the sunnah in this day and age.
Where do you stand? How much is too much? Do you hold your information dear? Would you give up social online interactions to protect your data? Do we reserve the right to our personal data? Or do we have to accept the world we live in today as data-driven?
Emotional Intelligence: Living Your Authentic Self- At a time when the world is obsessed with our best “Selfie”, how does dealing with our emotions allow us to live the most authentic form of ourselves?
Category 3 finalists of the Qur'aan competition recite for final prize.
MSA Award and prizes for Qur'aan Competition Announced (must be present)
Delicious meal with great company.
Awesome lineup of speakers and presenters ... just missing you.
Mohammad Hasan is a licensed Psychotherapist and an Executive Coach. Mohammad has a graduate degree in counseling and has been providing a unique approach to coaching combining therapy and high performance coaching over the last five years serving hundreds of individuals from various fields and professions. He is an Instructor for Oaktree Institute teaching leadership seminars on communication, habit psychology, productivity, and various other leadership skills.
He also provides leadership consultant services to various organizations and businesses and is involved with several charity and community initiatives.
Zakir Ahmed serves as the resident scholar at Westchester Muslim Center, Mount Vernon, NY. He holds a M.A. in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations from Hartford Seminary, Connecticut and a B.A. in History and Education from Queens College.
He is currently pursuing his PhD at the International Islamic University Malaysia in the College of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences – Department of Qurʿān and Sunnah.
He served as the president of the Muslim Students Association of Queens College from 2009-2010.
Mindful Muslimah has spent most of her life as an educator, community leader, and a mentor. Mindful Muslimah received her bachelor’s in anthropology and her master’s degree in education from Hofstra University. After completing her graduate work, she went on to work as a teacher, an administrator, and a consultant in some of the largest public and private educational systems in the United States and Dubai. She has also worked with some of the largest Muslim and non-Muslim non-profit organizations in the United States, and regularly serves as a public liaison between the Muslim and non-Muslim community.