Read the latest issue of OnQ
OnQ is the university publication for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of CMU-Q.
https://issuu.com/carnegiemellonqatar/docs/cmu-q_onq_winter_spring_2016/1
Alums win Startup of the Year
A team of CMU-Q graduates from the Information Systems program at Carnegie Mellon Qatar won Tech Startup of the Year at the Qatar IT Business Awards, 2016
http://qatar.cmu.edu/news/view/1514
Carnegie Mellon ranks among world's top universities.
Looking for another reason to show off your Tartan pride? Carnegie Mellon is among the top universities worldwide, according to the US News and World Report's ranking of the top universities. See how the university and its programs stack up in lists compiled by other independent agencies.
http://www.cmu.edu/about/rankings-awards/rankings/undergraduaterankings.shtml
Preventing Computer Crime
Computer Science alumnus and professor Luis von Ahn and his colleagues are responsible for developing CAPTCHAs, those wavy, distorted words web users often need to decipher before completing a transaction.
http://bit.ly/cmubrags13

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Alumnus become the first Qatari to graduate from Qatar Shell’s Finance Graduate Programme

Hassan Al Mulla joined Qatar Shell’s Finance Graduate Programme – developed specifically to ensure integrated learning through role rotation – in May 2014.

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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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Alumni Senior Beach Social

A casual evening at the beach to connect with Carnegie Mellon University alumni, congratulate the new alumni officers and welcome the newest members - the Class of 2016.

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Alumnus become the first Qatari to graduate from Qatar Shell’s Finance Graduate Programme

Hassan Al Mulla joined Qatar Shell’s Finance Graduate Programme – developed specifically to ensure integrated learning through role rotation – in May 2014.

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

Alumni Senior Beach Social

A casual evening at the beach to connect with Carnegie Mellon University alumni, congratulate the new alumni officers and welcome the newest members - the Class of 2016.

See photos


Why Do So Few Women Edit Wikipedia?

Harvard Business Review wrote an article highlighting assistant teaching professor, Benjamin Collier's most recent publication investigating why so few women edit Wikipedia articles.

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