In the second installment of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Lecture Series, Aggie alum Mohamed Al-Balushi talked about his experience at Texas A&M at Qatar and his endeavors thereafter.
Electrical engineering seniors Skander Helali and Ghida Dandan have written and submitted papers to two upcoming international conferences.
Dr. Mark van de Logt and Dr. Hyun Wu Lee from the Liberal Arts Program have co-edited the book, Liberal Arts Perspectives on Globalism and Transnationalism: Within the Knot, which has been published recently by Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Assistant professor Dr. Sara Hillman is the first Liberal Arts faculty member to win a Texas A&M at Qatar Responsive Research Seed Grant and will investigate the question, “How attractive is the engineering profession for females in Qatar?”
Texas A&M University at Qatar will accept applications for the fall 2020 semester for freshman through 1 March.
More than 70 student organization leaders at Texas A&M University at Qatar recently participated in the Student Leadership Summit, an initiative conducted by the Department of Student Affairs every semester.
Texas A&M at Qatar recognized the local high school students who participated in the STEM Hub Robotics Club (SHRC) and represented Qatar in the FIRST® Global Challenge (FGC) 2019.
The research group of Dr. Stylianos Tzortzakis, physics professor in the Science Program, has published a paper, “Observation of extremely efficient terahertz generation from mid-infrared two-color laser filaments,” in Nature Communications about a major breakthrough in THz science.
Dr. Amy Hodges, an instructional assistant professor of English in the Liberal Arts Program, has been named recipient of the Texas A&M Provost Academic Professional Track Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.
Dr. Phillip W. Gray, assistant professor of political science in the Liberal Arts Program, has published a new book, Vanguardism: Ideology and Organization in Totalitarian Politics.