Nearly 150 Texas A&M at Qatar engineering students — including seven graduates of the university — honed their skills and acquired new skills and knowledge during the Center for Teaching and Learning’s (CTL) May Student Engineering Enrichment cycle.
Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) will soon have 1,000 critically needed new face shields to protect its volunteers, thanks to the state-of-the-art 3D printing and manufacturing facilities and expertise in the Mechanical Engineering Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university.
Electrical engineering students Fatima Al-Janahi and Rahul Balamurugan received the Undergraduate Research Scholars Outstanding Thesis Award in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) from Texas A&M’s main campus for their research that could prevent electrical hazards that threaten personnel and property.
Ten teams of seniors in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program presented the senior capstone projects that they’ve spent the past two semesters working on to a panel of external examiners from industry and academia both in and out of Qatar.
The Liberal Arts Program at Texas A&M University at Qatar has recognized faculty excellence for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Texas A&M University at Qatar, a Qatar Foundation partner university, awarded bachelor’s and master’s degrees to 105 engineers today (7 May) in a ceremony recognizing all graduates.
Texas A&M at Qatar recognized students who have excelled in academics, leadership and involvement, and athletics as part of its annual Aggie Achievement Awards.
A team of Texas A&M at Qatar students recently placed second in the Qatar National Research Fund’s Undergraduate…
Code design and modeling to improve testing, 3D printing of medical parts and devices, and strategies to prevent the spread of coronavirus are just a few of the projects that faculty researchers at Texas A&M at Qatar are investigating during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
A recent webinar hosted by Texas A&M at Qatar’s Center for Teaching and Learning challenged the 27 students in attendance to always make the most of a difficult situation.