Texas A&M University at Qatar

Our mission at Texas A&M University at Qatar is to educate exemplary engineers and develop world-class leaders through internationally recognized graduate and undergraduate programs. We are advancing the future of engineering, energy and environmental sustainability for the region of Qatar and around the world.

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Create scholarships for undergraduate students

Scholarships allow students a better opportunity to succeed and reach their full potential. Scholarships are awarded to exceptional and qualified individuals based on a variety of factors such as academic achievement, volunteer services, financial need and extracurricular activities. More scholarship support will allow Texas A&M University at Qatar to retain outstanding students and enable Qatar Aggies to focus primarily on their education without worry.

Endow chairs and professorships

Texas A&M University at Qatar seeks to support and attract high-quality faculty to the university, increase retention rates, and enhance creativity and productivity among its instructors. Chairs, fellowships and professorships provide needed support for innovative research and advancements.

Expand high-impact learning opportunities

High-impact learning opportunities include capstone research projects for students, conferences and symposiums for various research communities on campus, and study abroad travel programs to enhance students’ learning experience outside of the university. Through endowed gifts, we plan to bolster programs and opportunities that provide students transformative intellectual experiences.

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To support Texas A&M University at Qatar and learn about endowment opportunities, contact Carl Jaedicke.

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Carl Jaedicke ’73

Vice President for Principal Gifts
Texas A&M Foundation
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 845-6551

Carl is responsible for managing the Foundation's principal gift process, ensuring a strategic approach to cultivation and solicitation of the university's largest gifts and assuring these gifts are celebrated in a way that will inspire future support. He joined the Foundation in January 1986.