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"Using genomics to understand the emergence of virulence in pathogenic fungi" by Dr. Toni Gabaldon, Center for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, SpainView Details
Recent graduates of CMUQ will discuss everything students should know about graduating, applying and waiting to hear back from jobs, the visa transfer process, the CID clearance process, the culture shock of entering the workplace (and issues related to gender, culture, and age) - important information and insights that will save graduates' time and pain.
International Day aims to create an environment where all members of the Carnegie Mellon in Qatar community recognize, respect and appreciate the rich diversity among us. It also aims to provide opportunities for deeper conversations about who we are to help build a more connected community
Faculty, staff and their families are able to participate in this event with current students and alumni. It is one the highlight events of the academic year.
A committee of students works with the Office of International Education to plan a series of events that showcases a variety of cultures through cuisine, dress, performances, other visual displays and interactive activities. We invite everyone to wear something traditional from any culture (it does not have to be their own culture and can be a scarf, a full outfit, a pin, or anything that can prompt discussion).
There will be a midday International Food Festival, where community members cook something traditional from their culture and bring to the event for sharing. The evening program will include performances and presentations to demonstrate particular cultures. It is also a time for showcasing the hard work of multicultural groups of students to showcase their talents and team work in putting on a performance.
Looking forward to seeing you there! A link for performance sign-ups has been sent, but you can also get in touch with the Office of International Education to sign up - come by student affairs, Offices 1091 and 1093. Performances are not just about singing and dancing, they include poetry, instrumental pieces and demonstrations or presentations. Share your culture and connect with others!
The PwC HR Manager and two consultants, including CMU alumnus Mathew James (BA '11) will discuss life at PwC and the life of "numbers people" from the perspective of relatively recent university graduates.
On April 16th, the Carnegie Mellon Qatar community will honor members of the CMU-Q community for their service. A luncheon ceremony will take place from 12 pm – 1:30 pm in the Assembly Area. Please RSVP to Dina Al Baradee email@example.com.
Elizabeth H. Johnston, Chief Human Resources Office at Qatar Airways will talk about the role of women's leadership in aviation.