Student team from Carnegie Mellon Qatar wins third place at EEG sustainability competition

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Carnegie Mellon University Qatar (CMU-Q) recently announced that a team of its students placed third in the Inter-College Environmental Public Speaking Competition that was put together by the Emirates Environmental Group (EEG).
 
The annual EEG competition, which is held in Dubai, is the most famous and important sustainability competition in the region and this year brought together 56 teams from across the Arab world.
 
CMU-Q’s team consisted of students Kaltham Al-Khuzaei, Noor Al-Marri, Zanib Khalid and Ibrahim Soltan.

Soltan and Al-Khuzaei presented the team’s project at the event, entitled “e-bonus.” The team created, prototyped, tested and validated the innovative product.
 
The team won third place at the event and second in the e-waste category.

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