Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar is pleased to announce the “Early Decision Admission Round” for August 2023 entry. Previous participants of CMU-Q outreach programs have been granted the unique privilege of being the only students eligible for Early Decision in the August 2023 admission cycle. Examples of CMU-Q outreach programs include the Summer College Preview... View Article
The CMU-Q Statistical Consulting Center was established in 2019 and provides faculty, staff, and students with support in research design, statistical modeling, statistical software, and more. The center is also open to the Education City partner universities. This event is the center's first workshop that focuses on an introduction to quantitative research and regression analysis... View Article
Join us for a lecture by Dr. Wanda Heading-Grant, Carnegie Mellon University’s Inaugural Vice Provost for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)and Chief Diversity Officer and Distinguished Service Professor Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy. Dr. Heading-Grant will be talking about "Belonging and Inclusion: A recipe for success". RSVP to attend About the lecture... View Article
Martial Hebert is University Professor and Dean of the School of Computer Science at CMU. He was Director of the Robotics Institute from 2015 to 2019 and on the faculty of the Robotics Institute after joining as a postdoc in 1984. His research areas include computer vision, autonomous systems, and machine learning. Lecture Title: Attacking... View Article
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All CMU alumni living in the region are invited to gather in Dubai for a networking opportunity alongside faculty, staff and fellow alumni. For more information, please contact Firas Villanueva, email@example.com
We need to recognize the role of women and girls in STEM, not only as beneficiaries, but also as role models of change. Join us as we bring together alumna to understand more about the experiences of early career female scientists in Qatar and beyond and celebrate them as agents of change. RSVP to... View Article
The Pi Day Mathematics Competition is an opportunity for secondary/ high school students in Qatar’s government and private schools to explore the fun side of mathematics. Teams of four students compete in two rounds of mathematical problem solving. The preliminary round will determine the top four teams. The top four teams advance to the final... View Article
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar welcomes Anita Williams Woolley, professor of organizational behavior and associate dean of research at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, to speak as part of the Richard M. Cyert Distinguished Lecture in Business Administration. The Richard M. Cyert Distinguished Lecture in Business Management is named after Richard M. Cyert,... View Article
Veronica Hinman, Dr. Frederick A. Schwertz Distinguished Professor of Life Sciences, Professor and Head, Department of Biological Sciences at Carnegie Mellon will be speaking as part of the Bill Brown Distinguished Lecture in Biological Sciences. Distinguished lectures in biological sciences are named in honor of Bill Brown, head of the Department of Biological Sciences at... View Article
A two-day workshop for faculty and researchers will feature panel discussions, research talks with invited speakers, and small group sessions for attendees to share their observations and experiences in research and teaching evolution at the university level in the MENA region. The workshop is in collaboration with Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar and the University... View Article
The CMU-Q Dean’s List is released after each semester to formally acknowledge exceptional academic achievement. Family and friends are invited to view the livestream on Zoom. Ceremony via Zoom
About the lecture The scale of national and international societal problems can be daunting. One person, or even a small team, are minuscule relative to the number of people who require assistance. There is an area close to mathematics, however, which devises solutions in which problems solve themselves even through self-serving human behavior: Game Theory.... View Article
The Employment Standards Office of the Qatar Financial Centre, in collaboration with the Delegation of the European Union to the State of Qatar and the Leadership Taskforce for Women in Higher Education cordially invites you to the workshop Leadership and Self-Limiting Behaviors Holding Women Back”. This workshop is part of our initiatives to support the... View Article
The CMU-Q Statistical Consulting Center cordially invites you to a new workshop series. This time, you will learn the basics of R and do hands-on practice using R to analyze and visualize data. R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. Workshop Title: Introduction to R for Data Visualization and Analysis Date:... View Article
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar welcomes Sayeed Choudhury, Director of the Open Source Programs Office at Carnegie Mellon University, to speak as part of the Gloriana St. Clair Distinguished Lecture in 21st Century Librarianship. Distinguished lectures in 21st century librarianship are named in honor of Gloriana St. Clair, dean of libraries emerita, who served as dean... View Article
Carnegie Mellon alums and the Class of 2023 are invited to join the CMU-Q community for a Ramadan meal. *By invitation only
We are pleased to confirm that the 2023 Graduation Ceremony will take place at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar on May 8, 2023. Attendance by invitation only.
In this competition, middle and secondary school students will submit animations or games in Alice 3 on one of the following themes: Artificial intelligence Cybersecurity Entrepreneurship Climate change Health Learn more on how to register your team.
The EDGE program is open to all incoming CMU-Q students. The Edge Summer Program is a three-week experience for first-year students who would like a head start on the college experience. During the Edge Summer Program, we will give you the tools you need to hit the ground running. By the end of the program,... View Article
Hands-on experience where participants get to learn the foundation of computer programming, build their own projects, play games, enhance their communication and presentation skills, and much more! For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are currently a student in year 10 (sophomore) or year 11 (junior), show strong academic potential and aspire to attend an elite university such as Carnegie Mellon, the Summer College Preview Program (SCPP) is a wonderful first step in achieving your goals. SCPP is an opportunity for students residing in Qatar to experience the excitement... View Article
First-Year Orientation for the Class of 2027 is a week long experience that includes activities to introduce new students to the campus. Orientation is organized by a team of current CMU-Q students and includes an intensive introduction to the resources, expectations, and academic areas at CMU-Q.
First-Year Convocation is a long-standing university tradition that is held before the first day of classes of the fall semester. It is the official start of the academic year, and welcomes the incoming class to Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. By invitation only.
Applications for students starting university in August 2024 opens on September 1. Please note that the deadline for Fall 2024 applications is January 15, 2024. To learn more about how to apply, please visit our Admission page.
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar welcomes Alex Wilcox Cheek, design manager at Google to speak at the inaugural Mark S. Kamlet Distinguished Lecture in Information Systems. The Mark S. Kamlet Distinguished Lecture in Information Systems is named after Mark S. Kamlet, who is Provost Emeritus at Carnegie Mellon University. RSVP to attend Abstract:... View Article
The Qatar Collegiate Programming Contest provides university and high school students, interested in any computing-related field, an opportunity to demonstrate their programming and problem-solving skills. Students living in Qatar meet under one roof to compete in teams by designing computer-based programs that solves real-life problems using high-level programming languages such as C, C++, Java and... View Article
The Women Leaders in Higher Education supported by the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging office at CMU-Q will be hosting a lunch hour talk on September 27, 2023 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. Iman Adeinat, Associate Teaching Professor, Operations Management, will share findings of research that followed... View Article
Experience a day in the life of a Biological Sciences student. Future students will have the opportunity to conduct hands-on experiments that showcase what our current students are doing daily in the lab. Your day, if you choose to embark on this adventure, includes close interaction with current students to answer questions about university life,... View Article