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.
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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.
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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
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.
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Welcome Summer College Preview Program

A four-week pre-university program for academically-talented high school students currently studying in year 10 or 11. The SCPP is an opportunity for motivated students to prepare for university.

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We Invent, We Teach, We Learn, We ...

For more than a century, Carnegie Mellon University has been inspiring innovations that change the world. Consistently top ranked, Carnegie Mellon has more than 12,000 students, 95,000 alumni and 5,000 faculty and staff globally.

CMU Software Helps Kids in Qatar Learn Computer Programming

A team of faculty and students from Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar recently introduced "Alice Middle East," 3-D interactive educational animation software designed to help primary and secondary school students learn the basics of computer programming and how to apply logical thinking and problem-solving techniques.

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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.

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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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CMU Software Helps Kids in Qatar Learn Computer Programming

A team of faculty and students from Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar recently introduced "Alice Middle East," 3-D interactive educational animation software designed to help primary and secondary school students learn the basics of computer programming and how to apply logical thinking and problem-solving techniques.

Read More

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.

View Photo Gallery

CMU

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.

Read article


Can Entrepreneurship be Taught?

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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