CMU-Q students meet Rwandan president Jun 26, 2019 0 532 12345 Tribune News NetworkDOHASTUDENTS from three of Carnegie Mellon University’s global campuses, including CMU in Qatar, met with the President of the Republic of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, to discuss their passion for education and technology. The students were participating in Project Rwanda, a community service initiative that brings together CMU students from Qatar, the US and Rwanda.While in Kigali, Andrew Edward, a junior in the Information Systems Program on the Qatar campus, sent a tweet to President Kagame to tell him about the team’s enthusiasm for education in Rwanda. To the team’s surprise, the president reached out and invited the group to speak with him. “Meeting with President Kagame was an incredible moment for Project Rwanda”, said Edward. “When we sent the tweet, we didn’t expect this great response. We really felt he wanted to listen to our ideas and experiences and help in making these ideas impactful for education in Rwanda.”Project Rwanda aims to enhance the educational experience of Rwandan youth through technology. Each year, a group of Carnegie Mellon students from Qatar and the main campus in Pittsburgh team up with students from the African campus. Together, they work with Rwandan students and teachers to explore ways to teach and learn with technology.Carnegie Mellon University has a distinct approach to education, emphasising collaboration, technology and bringing together different disciplines to innovate and solve problems. Pages 123456 RELATED ARTICLES Deputy Amir meets ambassadors of Burkina Faso, Australia Jun 26, 2019 0 805 QA bags 4 out of 6 APEX 2019 awards Jun 26, 2019 0 454 Three VCUarts Qatar professors get prestigious US CIDA award Jun 26, 2019 0 407 Ashghal opens new interchange on Al Khor Road providing access to Lusail Tribune News Network Doha The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) on Tuesday opened a new interchange on Al Khor Road as part of Al Khor Expressway upgrade Project. The new interchange is located at exit 32, three kilometres .. QRCS completes 40% of Jerusalem hospital project QNA Doha Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has completed more than 40 percent of the maintenance works and equipping of the Operations and Sterilisation Department at the Palestinian Red Crescent Hospital in ..