Carnegie Mellon Qatar Recognizes Students for Academic Excellence

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Published March 18th, 2021 - 11:43 GMT
Carnegie Mellon Qatar Recognizes Students for Academic Excellence
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Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), a Qatar Foundation (QF) partner university, recognized 175 students for academic excellence in the fall semester.

Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), a Qatar Foundation (QF) partner university, recognized 175 students for academic excellence in the fall semester. The CMU-Q Dean's List is released after each semester to formally acknowledge exceptional academic achievement.

The university held a socially-distanced ceremony for the students, which was also live-streamed so parents and family members could watch. The Dean’s List for the fall 2020 semester included 32 first-year students, 47 sophomore students, 36 junior students, and 60 senior students. Students from each of CMU-Q's programs were honored.

Michael Trick, dean of CMU-Q, addressed the honorees saying, “I congratulate this distinguished group of students for their outstanding academic performance, especially during such a challenging time. Students, these are exceptional times, and I am very proud of each of you who for embracing the challenge, focusing on your learning, and succeeding.”

 

First-year honorees include: Devang Acharya, Katrina Agcaoili, Hala Al Darbasti, Ahmad Alhallaq, Maha Al-Suffar, Danagul Azimzhanova, Huda Baig, Thang Bui, Marwa Mohamed I. Darwish, Sweety Devnani, Malika Dikshit, Ahmed El Fekih Zguir, Yahya Elkhatib, Adel Fergatova, Diana Gazizova, Amiko Gogitidze, Faraz Habib, Hana Hasna, Kainaat Nadeem Khan, Allyssa Bianca Magpantay, Thuc Ngo, Andrei-Horia Pacurar, Earl Louis Quilling, Maya Salameh, Ulan Seitkaliyev, Gulnaz Serikbay, Diram Tabaa, Temoor Tanveer, Lasha Targamadze, Fiza Tarlochan, Muhammad Shafin Waqar, and Zhijie Xu.

Sophomore honorees include: Faisal Abdelmonem, Raghad Abunabaa, Mariam Ahmed, Uzair Ahmed, Fatima Alhamadi, Abdulaziz Al-Harqan, Fatma Al-Humaidi, Nour Ali, Mohammed Al-Jawaheri, Sarah Alkhaled, Shaikha Al-Majed, Latifa Alnaimi, Sara Al-Sabbagh, Malak Alseaf, Aldana Al-Thani, Ishaq Ansari, Yaqoob Ansari, Nandana Balachandran, Hessa Boday, Ekram Bouhroum, Arham Faraz, Zoya Farooqui, Lojaein Galal, Aman Haris, Shereo Intyisyar, Melissa Iyldyz, Aigerim Karatay, Maria Khan, Zhaoan Li, Ayoub Mansar, Igli Mlloja, Abdalla Mohamed, Abubakr Mohamed, Mathuso Molapo, Anas Mouden, Alina Nasir, Saifudden Nassar, Niamah Ayisha Nishan, Yan Ru, Noor Sadiah, Mohammad Shaheer, Nada Soliman Mubarak, Ali Tajammul, Amal Taymour, Erin Thomas, Mohamed Yassine Tika, and Nouha Tiyal.

Junior honorees include: Jawaria Abbas, Alanood Al Thani, Maryam Al-Buainain, Najlaa Alhouti, Alreem Alkhanji, Amna Almannai, Aljohara Al-Marri, Shahd Al-Marzooqi, Tefla Almohannadi, Hassan Al-Mohannadi, Amna Al-Obaidli, Mohammed Al-Qassabi, Laila Assami, Stefan Baumann, Fatima El-Sallabi, Mahnoor Fatima, Eman Gedawy, Ahmad Hanif, Ammar Karkour, Omaia Khandaker, Qian Lou, Aditi Luthra, Abdul Manaam, Nour Mohamed, Enas Mohsen, Thamanna Muhammed Hashir, Arambha Niraula, Dorde Popovic, Samar Rahmouni, Ayah Salameh, Mohammad Saleh Sakir, Yusuf Saquib, Mohammed Sayed, Syed Mohammad Shah, Muhammad Subzwari, and Fabiha Tahsin.

Senior honorees include: Samir Abdaljalil, Alanoud Abdulla, Mohammad Ahmad, Tamim Al-Abdulghani, Yara Al-Abdulghani, Aisha Al-Ali, Jaflah Al-Buainain, Aisha Al-Darwish, Noora Al-Dosari, Reem Alenezi, Alanoud Al-Ghamdi, Aisha Al-Jabir, Sara Al-Jabsheh, Sara Aljassim, Ahmad Al-Kawari, Reem Al-Khalifa, Amal Al-Korbi, Mahla Al-Merekhi, Sara Al-Mohanadi, Maryam Al-Mohannadi, Noora Al-Mohannadi, Fatima Al-Muftah, Almayasa Al-Naimi, Merna Al-Obaidli, Reem Al-Sayed, Noora Al-Shurafa, Fai Al-Sulaiti, Maha Al-Thani, Mariam Al-Thani, Mariyam Amir, Imane Bendou, Andrew Edward, Laila El-Beheiry, Mariam El-Esnawy, Hussain Feroun, Joud Ghalayini, Sharoq Hassan, Ismail Hassan, Umaymah Imran, Faaiz Joad, Hojin Kang, Muhammad Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Khan, Weilin Li, Omar Naim, Noor Nasir, Sungho Park, Auguste Piromalli, Andrej Pozderac, Faiha Sahirah, Huda Salik, Muhammad Ahmed Saqib, Zaryab Shahzaib, Hasan Shamiyeh, Zenab Siddig, Omar Sinan, Muhammad Syed, Shahd Younis, Muhammad Ahmed Zahid, and Umer Bin Zia.

For more information on CMU-Q, please visit www.qatar.cmu.edu.

Background Information

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.

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