Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q) dean Michael Trick observed that it has been remarkable to see Qatar residents come together to help the country adapt and thrive over the past three years.
"There have been new demands for nearly every sector to innovate. Within the academic community in Education City, we have found that Qatar’s tremendous response has offered ready examples for our students in areas such as leadership and business, technology, science and entrepreneurship, lessons we have used to bring theory to life for our students.
"Qatar’s resilience has been a strong inspiration and motivation for many of our graduates to apply their world-class education and contribute to Qatar’s growth and development,” the CMU-Q dean added.
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