Mohammed bin Saleh Al-Sada, Minister of Energy and Industry, was the invited speaker for the ceremony. “You need to dream to contribute to the achievement of Qatar National Vision 2030; Qatar is here to help you to realize your dreams.” Texas A&M’s president Michael K.Young, making his inaugural visit to the branch campus, also spoke to the graduates, congratulating them on their successes and wishing them all the best in their future endeavors.
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The impact these Aggies will have adds to Texas A&M’s legacy as these graduates carry on the traditions that are the heart and the hallmark of a world-class Aggie education.
Congratulations, graduates — we look forward to big things from each of you." The May 2016 graduating class is diverse, with 20 graduateand 17 undergraduate chemical engineers, 24 electrical engineers, 30 mechanical engineers and 18 petroleum engineers.
The graduating class is 35 percent female and represents 24 countries.
More than 100 new engineers received their diplomas during Texas A&M University at Qatar’s annual commencement exercises held on the Education City campus on May 5.
Eighty-nine Aggie engineers earned bachelor’s degrees in chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and petroleum engineering, 43 of those to Qatari nationals.