Texas A&M at Qatar recognized the local high school students who participated in the STEM Hub Robotics Club (SHRC) and represented Qatar in the FIRST® Global Challenge (FGC) 2019.
The research group of Dr. Stylianos Tzortzakis, physics professor in the Science Program, has published a paper, “Observation of extremely efficient terahertz generation from mid-infrared two-color laser filaments,” in Nature Communications about a major breakthrough in THz science.
Dr. Amy Hodges, an instructional assistant professor of English in the Liberal Arts Program, has been named recipient of the Texas A&M Provost Academic Professional Track Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.
Dr. Phillip W. Gray, assistant professor of political science in the Liberal Arts Program, has published a new book, Vanguardism: Ideology and Organization in Totalitarian Politics.
Elsevier has published the special edition of Catalysis Today (Volume 343, 1 March 2020) that features research presented during the 2017 Bukur Reaction Engineering & Catalysis Symposium honoring the distinguished…
Liberal arts faculty member Dr. Sara Hillman hosted a Liberal Arts Research Colloquium (LARC), “A Better Way Forward for Transnational Higher Education,” with prominent applied linguistic and education scholars Dr. Peter De Costa and Dr. Awad Ibrahim.
Students in grades 9-12 from high schools across Qatar brought their ideas to life through the weeklong Qatar Invents STEM enrichment program designed to encourage innovative solutions to real-world challenges in Qatar.
Dr. Marwan Khraisheh will join the Texas A&M at Qatar faculty in April as the new chair of the Mechanical Engineering Program, succeeding Dr. Ibrahim Hassan who has led the program since September 2019.
Aggie engineering students will participate in Invent for the Planet 2020, a 48-hour intensive design experience that engages students at different universities around the world on a single weekend to solve high-impact, global problems.
The Center for Teaching and Learning offered eight engineering enrichment short courses to 105 Texas A&M at Qatar students at the end of the fall 2019 semester.