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  • Campus News in Brief

    New professional master’s degree program announced

    The Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT) has created a new master’s degree program called Energy, Science, Technology, and Policy. The program is based in engineering with components in public policy and economics, with a view toward the fields of energy development, production, and transport.

    News | October 4, 2010
  • Show+Tell to feature ModCloth, DeepLocal, among others

    Every year, as students graduate from Carnegie Mellon, the question arises as to where they will go next. The new lecture series Show+Tell, sponsored by Alumni Relations, is providing that answer. Andrea Shockling, the assistant director of on-campus programs, has been working to develop the series, which will consist of four programs throughout the academic year.

    News | September 27, 2010
  • Lecture Previews

    University Lecture Series: Journeys: In Africa’s Hands

    Today at 4:30 p.m.

    Gregg Hall (Porter Hall 100)

    News | September 20, 2010
  • Washington Semester Program accepting applications for 2011

    For those with an interest in public policy or government, the Washington Semester Program at Carnegie Mellon provides a chance to study for a semester in Washington, D.C. through American University, and, more recently, Georgetown University. With tracks as diverse as Law and Society, Peace and Conflict Resolution, and Global Economics and Business, the program offers many opportunities for perso...

    News | September 13, 2010
  • Robotics Institute to offer new master of science degree

    The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon is launching a new interdisciplinary program called the master of science in robotic systems development (MRSD). In addition to training in robotics technology, students will also be exposed to hands-on practice and business and management opportunities typically not offered within a traditional robotics degree.

    News | August 30, 2010