Texas A&M at Qatar graduated 122 engineers during commencement exercises held 7 May at the Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena (ABHA Arena).
Texas A&M at Qatar recognized students who have excelled in academics, leadership and involvement for the 2021-2022 academic year during the university’s annual Aggie Achievement Awards.
The Liberal Arts Program is pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 departmental awards in teaching, research and service, Dr. Aymen Elsheikh, Dr. Tehmina Pirzada and and Dr. Sara Hillman.
Texas A&M at Qatar faculty Dr. Sara Hillman and Dr. Bryan Scott led an Education City-wide coalition of faculty in organizing a recent half-day symposium on multiversity initiatives.
The Center for Teaching and Learning has announced recipients for the 2022 Transformative Educational Experience (TEE) grants.
Students from Texas A&M at Qatar and other Qatar Foundation partner universities recently spent 48 hours designing, building and presenting ideas and technologies of benefit to the world during Invent for the Planet 2022, an international engineering innovation competition.
The Graduate Student Association at Texas A&M at Qatar organized and recently held Career Readiness Week in collaboration with the Office of Advancement.
Dr. Tehmina Pirzada, assistant professor of English in the Liberal Arts Program, recently completed the International Youth Library Fellowship, which was awarded in July 2021 and funded by the Foreign Ministry of Germany.
Senior Aggies in the Class of 2022 celebrated the beginning of the countdown until graduation during their Senior Walk event.
More than 100 Aggie engineers from the Classes of 2020 and 2021 at Texas A&M at Qatar finally celebrated their graduation with an in-person ceremony held at the Qatar National Convention Centre.