An innovative museum dedicated to exploring journalism, communication, and media at Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q), a Qatar Foundation (QF) partner has claimed a top international digital award.
Students at Qatar Foundation (QF) have a unique opportunity to learn more about veterinary medicine through an educational volunteer programme designed to equip them with the skills and knowledge they need to help take care of critically ill neonatal equine patients.
A top American women’s football team passed on tips and inspiration to school students and young female soccer stars during a visit to Qatar Foundation (QF), ahead of the launch of the 2021 Qatar - US Year of Culture.
Doha International Family Institute (Difi), a member of Qatar Foundation (QF), will explore the fundamental components of marital formation and stability in its International Conference titled, ‘Marriage: Formation and Constituents of Stability’, taking place from February 23-25, 2021.
Qatar Foundation’s (QF) Equine Veterinary Medical Center is to begin overseeing the ethical component of animal research conducted by Sidra Medicine and Hamad Bin Khalifa University
High school students across Qatar will have access to a new support package when making important choices regarding their career options in the highly competitive world of technology development and entrepreneurship.
Texas A&M University at Qatar (Tamuq) recently presented 47 students with their Aggie Rings during a lively socially distanced, drive-in ceremony in Education City.
Recommendations that could help to make school learning more resilient have been explored in the second phase of Qatar Foundation (QF)’s Teaching & Learning Forum – as educators gathered online to look at the actions they can potentially take.
Qatar Foundation’s Stars of Science is accepting online submissions for Season 13 from aspiring Arab innovators until December 31, with selected individuals being given the opportunity to present their ideas to a panel of scientific experts.
Team Qatar, the STEM-vengers, have finished in the 19th place among 175 teams worldwide in the FIRST Global Challenge.
In Anti-Bullying Week, Qatar Foundation (QF) schools have staged a series of activities involving teachers and students to help raise awareness of the most effective ways to combat different forms of bullying.