Carnegie Mellon University

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Carnegie Mellon University,

at Pittsburgh, Pa.; est. 1967 through the merger of the Carnegie Institute of Technology (founded 1900, opened 1905) and the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research (founded 1913). Carnegie Mellon, which also has campuses at Moffett Field, Calif., Doha, Qatar, and Kigali, Rwanda, has seven schools and colleges and more than 110 research institutes and centers. The university was the first in the United States to offer academic degrees in the field of drama.
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Carnegie Mellon University

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(CMU) A university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. School of Computer Science.
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Ken Keeley, placement director at Carnegie Melon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, affirmed that of the 190 graduates of the Class of 2000 [33 of which include all minorities], only five opted for entrepreneurial careers.
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based company partly owned by Knowledge University and backed by Michael Milken and Oracle Corp., is starting a virtual university called Cardean, delivering courses designed with help from Columbia University, Stanford University, the University of Chicago, Carnegie Melon University and the London School of Business.
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Bellcore accepted Carnegie Melon's proposal, in part, because of the university's record of encouraging research in areas that cross the boundaries of traditional disciplines, and because of its academic strength in each of the critical areas of study.
Carnegie Melon Caps Computer Chess Championship It was creme de la creme at ACM's 19th North American Computer Chess Championship held late last year at the Supercomputing '88 Conference in Orlando, Florida.
The average privacy policy was 2,514 words long, Carnegie Melon researchers (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/03/reading-the-privacy-policies-you-encounter-in-a-year-would-take-76-work-days/253851/) found in 2012.
The QSTP has been running the TIEP programme, which was formerly known as Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program (CIEP), in collaboration with Carnegie Melon University since 2007.
The above smiley face, which represents eyes, a nose and a smiling mouth, was invented in 1982 by Scott Fahlman, currently a research professor specializing in artificial intelligence at Carnegie Melon School of Computer Science.
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A video of Carnegie Melons Work can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VCV_BqceP0

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