Texas A&M at Qatar's Palestinian Cultural Club planned the recent Education City-wide Palestinian Night that reflected the rich culture and heritage of Palestine to the EC student body, faculty and staff.
Petroleum engineering sophomore students visited Qatar Petroleum's facilities in Dukhan recently.
Students at Texas A&M University at Qatar recently raced their chemical-powered car in the Chem-e-car competition in Orlando, Fla. (USA).
A paper titled "Indacenodithiazole-Ladder-Type Bridged Di(thiophene)-Difluoro-Benzothiadiazole-Conjugated" from Dr. Mohammed Al-Hashimi’s group was featured on the cover of the November issue of…
Texas A&M University at Qatar recently hosted Teaching Week, organized by its Center for Teaching and Learning and focusing on excellence and innovation in teaching to improve student learning.
Dr. Phillip Gray and Dr. Joseph Ura, political science faculty members from the Liberal Arts Program, were recently featured during Al Jazeera English's evening broadcasts as part of the channel’s live coverage of the American impeachment hearings in the U.S. House of Representatives. Gray and Ura provided commentary on the political and institutional factors involved in these events.
Texas A&M at Qatar's 2019 International Education Week, set for 17-21 Nov., will highlight the international opportunities available to students and the celebrate the diversity of campus.
A team of researchers from Texas A&M University, Oklahoma State University and Texas A&M University at Qatar were awarded the best paper award at the 25th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC 2019) held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 5-8 Nov. The award was given to postdoctoral fellow Dr. Qian Gao; assistant…
Dr. Nayef Alyafei, assistant professor of petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University at Qatar, has published a new textbook with Hamad Bin Khalifa University Press on the properties of rocks in petroleum reservoirs, titled Fundamentals of Reservoir Rock Properties.
Dr. Mohamed Gharib has received the Outstanding Mentor Award for leading Team Qatar in robotics in the FIRST Global Challenge 2019 among teams from 191 countries in this year’s competition.