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Mechanical engineer lectures on philosophy of science

Published May 14, 2009

Dr. K.R. Rajagopal, professor of mechanical engineering at Texas A&M University, on Wednesday will present "Art, Craft and Philosophy of Science." The lecture focused on features that go into the development of a scientific theory. The lecture also focused…

Alnuweiri and colleagues "On Cloud Nine"

Published May 11, 2009

Dr. Hussein Alnuweiri, senior professor of electrical and computer engineering, and collaborators Dr. Majd F. Sakr, associate teaching professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, and Professor Qutaibah Malluhi, head of computer science and computer engineering at Qatar University, are on the cover this month's issue of Network magazine. The article, headlined "On Cloud…

Texas A&M at Qatar students recognized for leadership

Published May 06, 2009

The 2009 Student Affairs Leadership and Student Achievement celebration on Thursday honored several students for their outstanding commitment and leadership abilities.Students were honored with the following awards:Men’s basketball MVP: Wajih IdrissWomen’s basketball MVP:…

Texas A&M at Qatar presents leadership medal to HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani

Published May 05, 2009

His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, heir apparent of the State of Qatar, on Wednesday received the inaugural Texas A&M University at Qatar Medal for Leadership and was present for the graduation of 57 engineers at the University’s 2009 commencement ceremony.The Medal for Leadership was established earlier this year to recognize distinguished, meritorious achievements…

57 engineers to receive diplomas this week

Published May 03, 2009

More than two-thirds of graduates are QatarisTexas A&M University at Qatar at its commencement exercises this week will award the 100th diploma since the University opened a campus in Education City in 2003. Fifty-seven students, more than two-thirds of whom are Qataris, will receive diplomas on 6 May for degrees in chemical, electrical, mechanical or petroleum engineering.

Winners of faculty and staff awards announced

Published May 02, 2009

Several members of the Texas A&M at Qatar faculty and staff were honored for their continued hard work and dedication to the University and students alike. Below is a list of the 2009 faculty and staff honorees.Texas A&M at Qatar Years of Service RecognitionThe service award is awarded to faculty and staff of Texas A&M at Qatar who have completed…

Texas A&M at Qatar students celebrate Muster with Aggie alumni

Published Apr 27, 2009

Students at Texas A&M at Qatar carried on an important Aggie tradition last week by hosting Aggie Muster in Education City for almost 200 people. "This year, our main focus was to promote Muster to our current students, particularly since Muster is one of the most important traditions to Texas A&M," said Emily Yates, a student development specialist in the Department of Student Affairs.

Texas A&M at Qatar featured in the Friday edition of The Battalion

Published Apr 25, 2009

Texas A&M at Qatar was featured in the Friday edition of The Battalion, the student newspaper of Texas A&M University.Top Story:Aggie Spirit abroad

Texas A&M to support sustainable water and energy utilization in Qatar under patronage of HE Al-Attiyah

Published Apr 21, 2009

Under the patronage of HE Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, the Deputy Premier and Minister of Energy and Industry, Texas A&M University at Qatar has initiated a major program, the Qatar Sustainable Water and Energy Utilization (designated QWE) Laboratory. The program will establish a center…

Aggour named coordinator of Petroleum Engineering Program

Published Apr 13, 2009

Dr. Mohammed Aggour last week was named coordinator of the Petroleum Engineering Program at Texas A&M at Qatar.Aggour, a senior professor in the program, brings over…