CMU-Q Graduates Largest Class to Date
104 graduates join global alumni network of over 100,000. Watch a recording of the event here.
http://qatar.cmu.edu/news/view/1414
Senior Honors
Faculty, staff and students congratulated graduating seniors achieving academic and leadership excellence at the Senior Honors ceremony.
http://www.qatar.cmu.edu/galleries/?view=911
Alumni Welcome Class of 2015
The end of the year is a great time for alumni to reconnect with the university, it's also the time when graduating seniors can look to alumni for advice. The Alumni Senior Beach Social brings these two groups together, officially welcoming the graduating class into CMU's Alumni Association.
http://qatar.cmu.edu/galleries/?view=909
Welcome to Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar
As a global leader in education, Carnegie Mellon University is known for its creativity, collaboration across disciplines, and top programs in business, technology and the arts.
https://youtu.be/EHzczLQ4gOk
Heading home
Qatar students say good bye to CMU Pittsburgh and head back home for summer break
Cruise Controlled
CMU established the first Robotics Institute in the United States. Since then, Carnegie Mellon has been a robotics pioneer founding the discipline of Field Robotics and developing unmanned vehicles.
http://bit.ly/cmubrags14

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CMU-Q recently hosted an ‘Enhancing Teaching Arabic in Qatar’ workshop for 25 primary, private and independent schoolteachers in an attempt to complement their language learning pedagogy.

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This event was organized by the Arab Student Association club, where students from CMU-Q along with their friends and families will get the chance to learn more about the Arab culture by trying some traditional dishes from different cuisines of the Arab region. 

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CMU-Q hosts workshop on Arabic language learning pedagogy

CMU-Q recently hosted an ‘Enhancing Teaching Arabic in Qatar’ workshop for 25 primary, private and independent schoolteachers in an attempt to complement their language learning pedagogy.

Read More

Arabfest

This event was organized by the Arab Student Association club, where students from CMU-Q along with their friends and families will get the chance to learn more about the Arab culture by trying some traditional dishes from different cuisines of the Arab region. 

View Photo Gallery

CMU-Q faculty member named TESOL's 51st president-elect

Dudley Reynolds, teaching professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, was recently sworn in as the 51st president-elect of the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) International Association in Toronto.

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Are good entrepreneurs born that way, or can entrepreneurial skillsets can be learned over time. Tom Emerson, Distinguished Career Professor of Entrepreneurship, answers the question "Can Entrepreneurship be Taught?"

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