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Texas A&M at Qatar’s Alyafei publishes new textbook
Texas A&M at Qatar’s Alyafei publishes new textbook
Dr. Nayef Alyafei, assistant professor of petroleum engineering, has published a new textbook on the properties of rocks in petroleum reservoirs, titled Fundamentals of Reservoir Rock Properties. Read more ››
Texas A&M at Qatar students recognized for academic excellence
Texas A&M at Qatar students recognized for academic excellence
More than 100 students have been honored by Texas A&M at Qatar for academic distinction in the fall 2018 and spring 2019 semesters. Read more ››
Texas A&M at Qatar ranked top university in Qatar and third best university in the Gulf region
Texas A&M at Qatar ranked top university in Qatar and third best university in the Gulf region
Texas A&M University at Qatar has been named the top university in Qatar and the third best university in the Gulf region for 2019, according to U.S. News & World Report’s sixth annual Global Universities survey. Read more ››
Texas A&M at Qatar students publish writing in sixth edition of Best Writing
Texas A&M at Qatar students publish writing in sixth edition of Best Writing
Texas A&M University at Qatar has published the sixth edition of Best Writing, which showcases the writing talents of the branch campus’s engineering students. Read more ››

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  • Future Engineers STEM program focuses on robotics and energy sustainability

    Future Engineers STEM program focuses on robotics and energy sustainability

    Texas A&M at Qatar hosted 35 high school students from around Qatar for the 10-day Future Engineers program designed to foster and encourage students’ passion for STEM subjects.

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  • Students complete project management course given by TAFAWOQ-Qatar Shell

    Students complete project management course given by TAFAWOQ-Qatar Shell

    Seventeen engineering students from Texas A&M at Qatar have completed the Contributing to Projects course given by TAFAWOQ-Qatar Shell and organized by the Center for Teaching and Learning.

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  • Researchers develop natural gas processing technology that could reduce Qatar’s carbon footprint

    Researchers develop natural gas processing technology that could reduce Qatar’s carbon footprint

    A novel process developed by Texas A&M University at Qatar researchers could help Qatar process its wealth of natural gas while reducing the country’s carbon footprint.

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  • Aggie Ring Day concludes Howdy Week

    Aggie Ring Day concludes Howdy Week

    Texas A&M at Qatar's annual Howdy Week wrapped up with Aggie Ring Day during which 49 students received their Aggie Rings during a lively ceremony.

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