Carnegie Mellon honors 149 students for academic excellence
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), a Qatar Foundation (QF) partner university, honored 149 students for academic excellence in the fall 2022 semester. The Dean’s List ceremony acknowledged the achievements of the students based on grades from the previous semester.
The Dean’s List for the fall 2022 semester included 15 first-year students, 48 sophomore students, 43 junior students and 43 senior students.
Michael Trick, dean of CMU-Q, said: “I am delighted to recognize the outstanding academic achievement of our students last semester. The Dean’s List ceremony is an important tradition at our university, where we recognize the focus and hard work of our highest achieving students. Congratulations to each of you named today.”
The first-year honorees on the fall 2022 Dean’s List are: Muhammed Rayyan Ahmed, Deema Al-Mohanadi, Enoch Luis Catuncan, Gana Elnajjar, Jingxiang Gao, Fatou Gueye, Aditya Gupta, Zeina Halawa, Omar Khalaf, Zhansaya Matkenova, Mohamed Mohamed, Aaditya Nair, Azizjon Samandarov, Sunaya Upadhyay, and Yunze Xiao.
Sophomore honorees include: Asad Abdurazzakov, Abrar Tasneem Abir, Aziza Abugaliyeva, Mariam Afifi, Alya Al Issa, Lujain Al Mansoori, Aya Al Sabahi, Noor Al-Majid, Maimoonah Al-Mashhadani, Al Dana Al-Naemi, Salman Al-Saigh, Sara Al-Saloos, Najoud Al-Talib, Aldana Aldisi, Talal Ali, Nayef Alkaabi, Mohammed Almansouri, Majed Alnama, Ioana Andrei, Mohammad Annan, Omar Salah A.H. Bahzad, Md Tasnim Bin Akbar, Tra Bui, Mateo Correa, Hajer Dahmani, Phat Diep, Mohamad El Ghali, Sarim Faraz, Mukhammadjon Gafurov, Weon Gyu Jeon, Asad Kamran, Daanish Khan, May Khin, Ha Le, Jullia Andrei Montejo, Nour Nasrallah, Iman Ouzzani, Md Azmain Adib Pahlowan, Hanna Qasim, Nizar Radi, Maryam Rahmatullah, Aziza Rustamova, Anushka Satpute, Diaz Savira, Abeeha Shoaib, Abdulbosit Shukhratbekov, Muaz Topal, and Fatima Yousaf.
Junior honorees include: Ibrahim Abu, Katrina Agcaoili, Mary Akinyi Oluoch, Hala Al Darbasti, Abdulrahman Al Mana, Saif Al Suwaidi, Faisal Al Thani, Mariam Al Thani, Abdulwahab Al-Rumaihi, Fatima Al-Safar, Ahmad Alhallaq, Noor Altamimi, Anupama Anilkumar, Danagul Azimzhanova, Huda Baig, Thang Bui, Marwa Mohamed I. Darwish, Abdulrahman Darwish Fakhroo, Sweety Devnani, Malika Dikshit, Yahya Elkhatib, Shima Ellabib, Adel Fergatova, Diana Gazizova, Amiko Gogitidze, Mariam Hamad, Hana Hasna, Moamin Ibrahim, Ahmed Issaoui, Kainaat Nadeem Khan, Asilbek Kuziboev, Allyssa Bianca Magpantay, Faisal Mashhadi, Thuc Ngo, Andrei-Horia Pacurar, Maya Salameh, Ulan Seitkaliyev, Gulnaz Serikbay, Rama Sulaiman, Diram Tabaa, Temoor Tanveer, Fiza Tarlochan, and Zhijie Xu.
Senior honorees include: Nihad Abu Aker, Raghad Abunabaa, Uzair Ahmed, Nayla Al Mulla, Noora Al-Ansari, Sara Al-Emadi, Aisha Al-Hajri, Mohammed Al-Jawaheri, Abdulaziz Al-Khalifa, Sanaa Al-Marri, Noora Al-Saadi, Sara Al-Sabbagh, Moudi Al-Sulaiti, Asmaa Al-Yaqoub, Nour Ali, Latifa Alnaimi, Aman Haris, Frewoyni Birhane, Hessa Boday, Jade D Mello, Shahrazad El Natsheh, Lojaein Galal, Siyuan Guo, Premices Irakoze, Melissa Iyldyz, Peiyun Ju, Tamta Kapanadze, Zendmene Khosbayar, Jialiang Liu, Igli Mlloja, Abubakr Mohamed, Mathuso Molapo, Anas Mouden, Alina Fatima Nasire, Omar Qamar, Yan Ru, Noor Sadiah, Mohammad Shaheer, Martin Sikhondze, Amal Taymour, Erin Thomas, Muhammad Uzair Umar, and Rafay Ur Rehman Khan.
Carnegie Mellon Qatar offers undergraduate programs in biological sciences, business administration, computer science, and information systems.
Carnegie Mellon University Qatar
For more than a century, Carnegie Mellon University has challenged the curious and passionate to imagine and deliver work that matters. A private, top-ranked and global university, Carnegie Mellon sets its own course with programs that inspire creativity and collaboration.
In 2004, Carnegie Mellon and Qatar Foundation began a partnership to deliver select programs that will contribute to the long-term development of Qatar. Today, Carnegie Mellon Qatar offers undergraduate programs in biological sciences, business administration, computational biology, computer science, and information systems. Nearly 400 students from 38 countries call Carnegie Mellon Qatar home.