Nada Arakji selected as student speaker for Class of 2016
Graduating from Business Administration, Arakji was the first woman to represent Qatar in the Olympics when she competed as a swimmer at the London 2012 games.
http://qatar.cmu.edu/student-speaker
CMU-Q wins Microsoft Imagine Cup for second year in a row
Team Buzzcast from CMU-Q won Microsoft Imagine Cup 2016 in the World Citizenship category.
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Marhaba Tartans welcomes admitted students
Marhaba Tartans hosted over 100 admitted students and their parents for an evening of introductions and information.
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CMU-Q addresses ‘Grand Challenge’ through National Priorities Research Program grant
Research will develop solutions to identifying Arabic-speaking perpetrators of cyber crime.
/news/view/1501
Building Business
Pioneering faculty at what is now the Tepper School of Business wrote one of the most influential business books of all time: A Behavioral Theory of the Firm. Professor Richard Cyert and professor James March developed theoretical building blocks that have become the foundation for current research in organizational studies in management, economics, political science and sociology.
http://bit.ly/cmubrags27

Welcome Summer College Preview Program

A four-week pre-university program for academically-talented high school students currently studying in year 10 or 11. The SCPP is an opportunity for motivated students to prepare for university.

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Dean recognizes staff excellence with Charles E. Thorpe Awards

Dean Baybars recognized the significant contributions of CMU-Q staff at the annual Charles E. Thorpe Awards on April 19.

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Plaid to the bone!

The second annual Tartan Games event was held last week which featured fun and sporty activities for the CMU-Q community.

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Dubai Alumni Meeting

Alumni from CMU-Q and CMU Pittsburgh gathered in Dubai to connect and network.

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Dean recognizes staff excellence with Charles E. Thorpe Awards

Dean Baybars recognized the significant contributions of CMU-Q staff at the annual Charles E. Thorpe Awards on April 19.

Learn more

Plaid to the bone!

The second annual Tartan Games event was held last week which featured fun and sporty activities for the CMU-Q community.

See photos

Dubai Alumni Meeting

Alumni from CMU-Q and CMU Pittsburgh gathered in Dubai to connect and network.

See photos


Excited by learning

Daniel Phelps, Associate Teaching Professor, Information Systems, talks about the thrill of working with students and explains the difference between computer science and information systems.

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