Texas A&M at Qatar announces TEE grant winnersPublished Oct 31, 2017
Texas A&M at Qatar announced seven winning project proposals for the Transformative Educational Experience grants. Twenty-two proposals were submitted representing all six academic programs. Since 2015, Texas A&M at Qatar has funded more than twenty projects that have ranged from a student-faculty collaboration to publish a children’s book on combustion engines in Arabic and English, to a week-long student workshop in partnership with the University of Groningen focused on Humanitarian Engineering.
This year's winners are:
Hassan Bashir, Patrick Linke, Zohreh Eslami, and James Rogers
Humanitarian Engineering Workshop.
Yasser Hamidi, Ahmad Shehab, Konstantinos Kakosimos, and Aziz Rahman
Multidisciplinary Projects in Engineering Education
Sherzod T. Madrahimov and Ibrahim El-Zoghbi
Redesigning the Organic Teaching CHEM 238 to Deliver Engineering Concepts
Annie Ruimi and Ghada Salama
Peer-Mentoring for Female Engineering Students and Texas A&M University at Qatar
Erchin Serpedin, Jim Ji, and Khalid Qaraqe
Engineering Technologies for Life Sciences
Qatar Under Siege
Ali Sheharyar, Thomas Seers, Mohamed Fadlemula, and Othmane Bouhali
Development of Virtual Field Trips Using the Augmented and Virtual Reality Tools to Enhance the Student Learning Experience in PETE Courses