Texas A&M Qatar, Maersk Oil Qatar launch engineering journal


Texas A&M University at Qatar and Maersk Oil Qatar recently released the first issue of Engineering Education Letters, a journal collecting articles on various engineering topics.

The journal contains articles examining various teaching and learning techniques for engineering or science, technology, education and mathematics education. There are also articles on academic successes on various levels in engineering education.

Submissions for the journal are all peer-reviewed and checked within a month and posted online as soon as they are approved. The journal comes out twice a year in print and online editions. It's published by QScience and edited by Texas A&M at Qatar Mechanical Engineering Professor Hamid Parsaei and Texas A&M at Qatar Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering Nimir Elbashir.

"We are delighted to have created a forum for educational scholars in the region and around the world to publish their work and disseminate results of their findings through a creative medium such as the Engineering Education Letters journal," Maersk Oil Research and Technology Centre Technical Manager Jassim Al-Khori said. "Maersk Oil Qatar is also proud this publication has been created in Qatar and produced by a local publisher."

The journal, the first of its kind published in the area, is part of a partnership between the two organizations called the Dhia: Engineering Leaders program, which seeks to spread science and engineering education in the Qatar region.

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