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Honors students celebrated at end-of-year event | Qatar University

Honors students celebrated at end-of-year event

2014-05-21 00:00:00.0
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Students in the Honors Program were celebrated at the recent Honors End of Year Event which also showcased those who received recognition for the highest GPA, academic and service distinction, and distinguished theses.


The annual event aims to acknowledge the students’ hard work and accomplishments during the academic year.


Over 200 people attended the event including Honors Program director Dr Majeda Khraisheh and special guest Mr Rashid Al Fehaidi- ORYX-GTL DOT Project Director who congratulated the students’ achievements which he said were much needed in today’s society. 


The program agenda included presentations on student achievements, a video on the Honors Association, and distribution of awards.


Awards for highest GPA 3.8 and above were presented to students Maimoona Rahman and Mohammed Shaheem Purayil from CAS; Tahniyath Fatima and Fareed Unissa Begum (CBE); and Musab N A Almozien, Mohamed Mahgoub, and Asmaa Al Mohannadi (CENG).


Mechanical and industrial engineering student Ali Hassan Ali Abd Elaal,  Noha Soliman El Sakmy  (pharmacy) and Jamila Folady (chemical engineering) were presented with the Academic Awards.


Receiving Service Awards were chemical engineering student Moustafa Hussein Ali,  Suad Bolanle Ashimi (international affairs) and Randa Issam Sheik (business & economics).


Thesis Awards went to Nazar Salim N Salim (computer science), Saad Abdelati Elasad (electrical engineering), Shifa Mohammed Shaikh (chemistry), Ruquya Abdi Rahman (international affairs), Noura Dowass (chemical engineering), Maimoona Rahman (English literature & linguistics), and Asmaa Al Mohannadi (architecture & urban planning).


Program director Dr  Majeda Khraisheh applauded the students’ academic excellence and encouraged them to continue to put their best efforts forward.    She also briefed on the Program’s past achievements, awards won by students, past trips and upcoming ones, and workshops that had been held.  She also commented on the increase in the number of students in the Program, currently numbering 401.


Honors student Suad Ashimi commented:  “The huge success of the event was more than apparent as non-honors students seemed really keen on joining the program for not only does it serve as a guiding path to succeed as a student academically through the highly motivating and enriched environment, but also to benefit from the number of opportunities such as workshops, trips, competitions, undergraduate research funding and many other activities”. 

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