Computer science is transforming the world
Andrew Moore, dean of the School of Computer Science at CMU, gave an inspiring look at the direction technology is heading at a CMU-Q lecture on Wednesday
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CMU-Q collaborates on annual HBKU Career Fair
The second annual Hamad Bin Khalifa University Career Fair took place on February 1 and 2, with over 100 employers from finance, media, oil and gas, technology, education and research.
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Apply now for 2016-2017 admission
We welcome high achieving students from Qatar and around the world. The Fall 2016 application deadline is March 1, 2016.
http://qatar.cmu.edu/how-to-apply
Carnegie Mellon ranks among world's top universities.
Looking for another reason to show off your Tartan pride? Carnegie Mellon is among the top universities worldwide, according to the US News and World Report's ranking of the top universities. See how the university and its programs stack up in lists compiled by other independent agencies.
http://www.cmu.edu/about/rankings-awards/rankings/undergraduaterankings.shtml
Building Business
Pioneering faculty at what is now the Tepper School of Business wrote one of the most influential business books of all time: A Behavioral Theory of the Firm. Professor Richard Cyert and professor James March developed theoretical building blocks that have become the foundation for current research in organizational studies in management, economics, political science and sociology.
http://bit.ly/cmubrags27

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Eight Carnegie Mellon University faculty members presented at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. One of the largest university delegations at the prestigious conference, the CMU faculty met with government and business leaders from around the world to explain the latest research in fields such as big data, artificial intelligence and climate change.

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Computational biology student creates flashcard app

Osaama Shehzad, a computational biology sophomore, has created an app called “Game of Proteins” to help undergraduates learn amino acids.

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Alum wins prestigious award

Congratulations to alumna Dana Haidan on receiving the Corporate social responsibility (CSR)  Initiative Award for her work at Vodafone Qatar. She was also named one of the CSR leaders in Qatar.

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Eight Carnegie Mellon University faculty members presented at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. One of the largest university delegations at the prestigious conference, the CMU faculty met with government and business leaders from around the world to explain the latest research in fields such as big data, artificial intelligence and climate change.

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Computational biology student creates flashcard app

Osaama Shehzad, a computational biology sophomore, has created an app called “Game of Proteins” to help undergraduates learn amino acids.

Learn more

Alum wins prestigious award

Congratulations to alumna Dana Haidan on receiving the Corporate social responsibility (CSR)  Initiative Award for her work at Vodafone Qatar. She was also named one of the CSR leaders in Qatar.

Read more


Biological Sciences: Find your passion

Ken Hovis, assistant professor of biological sciences, describes his path to a career in neuroscience.

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