Read the latest issue of OnQ
OnQ is the university publication for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of CMU-Q.
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Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar graduates 89 students
CMU-Q held its ninth graduation ceremony as 89 graduates received their diplomas in the presence of family, friends, alumni, faculty. Watch highlights
http://qatar.cmu.edu/watch-grad
CMU-Q hosts first ‘Alice Middle East’ Programming Competition
CMU-Q held the region’s inaugural ‘Alice Middle East’ programming competition, hosting 148 students from nine independent and international schools in Qatar.
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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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Study on Qatar bacteriophage awarded top prize at CMU-Q’s Meeting of the Minds
A research project demonstrating how bacteria found in Qatar’s sand can be used to purify water won the Best Project award at the 10th annual Meeting of the Minds undergraduate research symposium held by Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q).
/news/view/1509
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.
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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


The power of the informal network

Much of the work being done in a business happens despite its formal organization. Often it's the informal organization, the networks of relationships that individuals form across offices and functions to accomplish tasks quickly that needs studying. Watch as Starling Hunter, Visiting Associate Teaching Professor, discusses what students learn in his course on organizational behavior and how these informal networks influence the workplace.

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