Carnegie Mellon Qatar Celebrates Student Success
The Dean’s List for the spring 2021 semester included 41 first-year students, 43 sophomore students, 46 junior students and 36 senior students.
Addressing the honorees, Michael Trick, dean of CMU-Q, said: “Students, over the past academic year, you have learned to focus during a time of uncertainty, connect with others when it is challenging to do so, and adapt during a very challenging semester. On behalf of the entire CMU-Q community, congratulations on a job well done.”
First-year honorees include: Hana Abdelmajid; Ibrahim Abu; Devang Acharya; Katrina Agcaoili; Hala Al Darbasti; Muneera Al-Baker; Khadija Al-Majid; Ahmad Alhallaq; Danagul Azimzhanova; Huda Baig; Thang Bui; Sebin Choi; Marwa Mohamed Darwish; Demetre Devidze; Sweety Devnani; Malika Dikshit; Ahmed El Fekih Zguir; Yahya Elkhatib; Shima Ellabib; Aiman Fatima; Adel Fergatova; Diana Gazizova; Amiko Gogitidze; Faraz Habib; Mariam Hamad; Kainaat Nadeem Khan; Asilbek Kuziboev; Allyssa Bianca Magpantay; Thuc Ngo; Andrei-Horia Pacurar; Earl Louis Quilling; Hayat Rakab; Maya Salameh; Ulan Seitkaliyev; Gulnaz Serikbay; Diram Tabaa; Prkriti Tandon; Temoor Tanveer; Lasha Targamadze; Muhammad Shafin Waqar; and Zhijie Xu.
Sophomore honorees include: Faisal Abdelmonem; Mariam Ahmed; Uzair Ahmed; Noora Al-Ansari; Aisha Al-Hajri; Abdulaziz Al-Harqan; Fatma Al-Humaidi; Mohammed Al-Jawaheri; Aldana Al-Thani; Fatima Alhamadi; Malak Alseaf; Frewoyni Birhane; Ekram Bouhroum; Jade D Mello; Arham Faraz; Zoya Farooqui; Lojaein Galal; Siyuan Guo; Sara Hussein; Shereo Intyisyar; Premices Irakoze; Melissa Iyldyz; Tamta Kapanadze; Aigerim Karatay; Maria Khan; Zhaoan Li; Igli Mlloja; Abubakr Mohamed; Mathuso Molapo; Anas Mouden; Alina Nasir; Saifudden Nassar; Niamah Ayisha Nishan; Muhammad Ali Raza; Amir Roshan; Yan Ru; Noor Sadiah; Martin Sikhondze; Ali Raza Tajjamul; Erin Thomas; Nouha Tiyal; Muhammad Uzair Umar; and Rafay Ur Rehman Khan.
Junior honorees include: Jawaria Abbas; Rahaf Abutarbush; Ayah Al-Ansari; Hassan Al-Ansari; Maryam Al-Buainain; Abdulla Al-Kaabi; Alhanouf Al-Khalifa; Aljohara Al-Marri; Shahd Al-Marzooqi; Hassan Al-Mohannadi; Amna Al-Obaidli; Mohammed Al-Qassabi; Moza Al-Shukri; Najlaa Alhouti; Alreem Alkhanji; Aisha Alkubaisi; Rawan Alkuwari; Amna Almannai; Tefla Almohannadi; Lulwa Almusallam; Maryam Aslam; Laila Assami; Andria Atalla; Stefan Baumann; Omar Beshara; Nadim Bou Alwan; Fatima Bu-Kashisha; Fatima El-Sallabi; Mahnoor Fatima; Eman Gedawy; Mohammad Hammad; Ahmad Hanif; Euisuh Jeong; Ammar Karkour; Qian Lou; Aditi Luthra; Abdul Manaam; Nour Mohamed; Enas Mohsen; Arambha Niraula; Dorde Popovic; Mohammad Saleh Sakir; Ayah Salameh; Mohammed Sayed; Fabiha Tahsin; and Shrestha Upadhyay.
Senior honorees include: Yara Al-Abdulghani; Aisha Al-Ali; Aisha Al-Darwish; Noora Al-Dosari; Alanoud Al-Ghamdi; Reem Al-Haddad; Aisha Al-Jabir; Reem Al-Khalifa; Sara Al-Mohanadi; Fatima Al-Muftah; Maha Al-Mulla; Noora Al-Shurafa; Imane Bendou; Andrew Edward; Laila El-Beheiry; Mariam El-Esnawy; Hibah Farid; Hussein Feroun; Joud Ghalayini; Naram Hajjar; Osama Hasnah; Sharoq Hassan; Umaymah Imran; Hojin Kang; Muhammad Khan; Weilin Li; Noor Nasir; Auguste Piromalli; Huda Salik; Muhammad Ahmed Saqib; Abdullah Shaar; Zenab Siddig; Omar Sinan; Mariam Syed; Muhammad Syed; and Umer Bin Zia.
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.