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Aggies set for soccer against Bears and Tartans

Published Nov 07, 2009

The Aggie men's soccer team this week will face off against the Bears of Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar. The game is scheduled for 12 Nov. at 6 p.m. On Saturday, the men's team will face-off against the Tartans of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. Both games will be played at the soccer pitch across from the recreation center. For information contact Jeffrey Sulik:

Texas A&M at Qatar to host invitational basketball tournament

Published Nov 07, 2009

Coming off a perfect 17-0 season, the Aggie men's basketball team this week will participate in the 2nd annual Texas A&M at Qatar invitational tournament. On Thursday at 6:30 p.m., the College of the North Atlantic-Qatar will face off against Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar in game one. The Aggie men's team will follow at 8:15 with game two against Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. On…

SEC to host Engineering Week

Published Nov 04, 2009

The Student Engineers' Council will host the inaugural Engineering Week in Qatar beginning 7 Nov. A tradition from main campus, Engineering Week is designed to promote awareness about the importance of engineering.The week begins with an inter-university cooking competition. Other E-Week activities include a Jeopardy tournament, bingo and an engineering projects fair. Engineering…

Liberal Arts initiative helps freshmen find Common Ground

Published Nov 02, 2009

Texas A&M at Qatar's Liberal Arts Program Common Ground initiative continues this year with Booker T. Washington's book "Up from Slavery" and will offer a three-part lecture series. As part of activities planned for all freshman classes, the initiative also sponsored an essay contest based around one theme from the book.Student judges awarded first place to Ernesto Nuguid,…

Texas A&M at Qatar faculty part of $4 million NSF project

Published Nov 02, 2009

Three Texas A&M at Qatar faculty are among a team of investigators leading a $4 million National Science Foundation project to to design new materials with enhanced capabilities for efficient energy conversion.Mechanical engineering professors Dr. Richard Griffin and Dr. Annie Ruimi, and Dr. Prasad Enjeti, professor of electrical engineering, will collaborate with researchers…

Aggies set for soccer against ABP and Hoyas

Published Nov 01, 2009

The Aggie men's soccer team this week will face off against the Academic Bridge Program. The game is scheduled for 5 Nov. at 6 p.m. On Saturday, the men's team will face off against the Hoyas of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar.The game is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Both games will be played at the soccer pitch across from the recreation center.

Serpedin co-authors book on synchronization of wireless sensor networks

Published Nov 01, 2009

Dr. Erchin Serpedin, associate professor of electrical engineering, and Dr. Qasim Chaudhari, assistant professor of electrical engineering at Iqra University, have co-authored "Synchronization in Wireless Sensor Networks: Parameter Estimation, Peformance Benchmarks, and Protocols," a research monograph published recently by Cambridge University Press.The book focuses on synchronization…

Run for the Ring set for Saturday

Published Oct 31, 2009

Run for the Ring, sponsored by the Department of Student Affairs, will take place 7 Nov. beginning at 9 a.m. Registration for both runners and volunteers is available online. To pay the registration fee, visit office 148E in the Texas A&M Engineering Building or drop by an information table at the LAS building,…

26 students receive Aggie rings

Published Oct 27, 2009

Texas A&M at Qatar on 22 Oct. distributed 26 Aggie rings during the fall 2009 Aggie ring day celebration."By celebrating ring day, the Department of Student Affairs hoped to create a new tradition in celebrating both the students receiving Aggie rings as well as honoring the tradition and symbolism the ring represents," said Rachel White, a student development specialist in…

Texas A&M among NSF top 20 research performers

Published Oct 25, 2009

The National Science Foundation has named Texas A&M as the only new member of the NSF’s annual list of the top 20 academic research performers in the United States. Each year, the NSF surveys 690 US institutions and ranks them according to their research and development expenditures in science and engineering. For 2008, Texas A&M’s…