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Texas A&M at Qatar hosts fifth annual Liberal Arts International Conference

Texas A&M University at Qatar hosted attendees from around the world for the fifth annual Liberal Arts International Conference held at the HBKU Student Center in Education City. This year’s conference, “Reinventing Ourselves: Innovation and the Liberal Arts,” featured keynote addresses and panel sessions, and a slate of more than 55 speakers, including 13 from […]

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Colby Seay wins President’s Meritorious Service Award

Colby Seay, program coordinator for study abroad, was named a recipient of the President’s Meritorious Service Award by Texas A&M University president Michael K. Young. Seay was nominated for the award for his commitment to Texas A&M, Texas A&M at Qatar, students, colleagues and the Aggie core values. The annual award is given to those […]

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Qatari students invent solutions and design apps during workshops to encourage innovation

More than 35 Qatari school students unleashed their inner inventors and entrepreneurs recently as part of two weeklong academic enrichment workshops organized by Texas A&M University at Qatar and sponsored by Maersk Oil Qatar. Qatar Invents, an intensive engineering invention and design experience, engaged students in hands-on projects that pushed their innovation, creativity and communication […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar receiving applications for fall 2017 admissions until 1 March

Texas A&M University at Qatar’s admissions for the fall 2017 semester for freshman will remain open through 1 March 2017. Interested students may visit the Texas A&M Engineering Building in Education City and meet with the Office of Admissions. The admissions officers and advisers are available to meet students and explain application requirements and the […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar hosts talk about sister campus in Galveston

Texas A&M at Qatar hosted Dr. Edward Clancy, Col. Len Waterworth and Captain Augusta Roth from Texas A&M University at Galveston today (2 Feb.) as they expounded on the mission of our sister branch campus and the type of research conducted in Galveston.

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Economou named Dean’s Fellow for Research Development

Dr. Ioannis Economou, professor in the Chemical Engineering Program, has been named the Dean’s Fellow for Research Development. His role is to support Texas A&M University at Qatar’s efforts in promoting the development of strategic research partnerships with industry and other organizations in Qatar. Dr. Economou has a track record working on long-term research projects […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar welcomes potential master’s students for its Graduate Studies Open House

Texas A&M at Qatar welcomed potential master’s students 25 Jan. for the Graduate Studies Open House at the Texas A&M Engineering Building in Education City. The event aimed to answer questions for prospective students about Texas A&M at Qatar’s master’s programs in chemical engineering. In speaking to the prospective students, Dr. César O. Malavé, dean […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar hosts renowned chemist for Distinguished Lecture Series talk on molecules

Dr. Peter Stang from the University of Utah (USA) gave the third talk in Texas A&M University at Qatar’s 2016-2017 Distinguished Lecture Series 19 Jan. in Education City. Stang is Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry, the David P. Gardner Presidential Chair and former president of the University of Utah. Stang, an international leader […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar seniors take part in Senior Walk

The Class of 2017 celebrated the beginning of the countdown until graduation through the Senior Walk event 24 Jan. The event is a tradition created here at the branch campus that was developed by the SGA Traditions Council similar to the Elephant Walk tradition on main campus. Underclassman also attended the event to support seniors to […]

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Texas A&M at Qatar to participate in Arabian Night

The Arabian Night event will be open to all Education City students, faculty and staff and will be held at the HBKU Student Center 23 Feb. If you would like to perform at the event, note that performances can range from traditional dances or songs to reading poetry or even playing an instrument, as long as your performance […]

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