Carnegie Institute of Technology

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Carnegie Institute of Technology:

see Carnegie Mellon Univ.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.
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"Pearlstein | Warhol | Cantor: From Carnegie Tech to New York"
Adams followed studies at Academy High School under George Ericson (Eugene Iverd) with a year at the then Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh.
Among the things I didn't know: Barbara had completed her acting and directing training in 1949 at Carnegie Tech, now Carnegie Mellon University, and 10 years later settled in Berkeley, where her husband William taught in the theatre department at the University of California.
He attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison and Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh, Penn., where he studied engineering after enlisting in the Army Air Corps.
JAGGER: Carnegie Tech. I wasn't going to go to college at all.
McLeary, born in Texas in 1901, also painted murals in Pittsburgh and New York City, and taught architecture at Carnegie Tech until his death in 1949, when he fell from the roof of his studio.
in Physics from Carnegie Tech, now Carnegie-Mellon University, and an M.A.
Kraft graduated with an engineering degree from Carnegie Tech, Pittsburgh, and started his metalcasting career as a special apprentice at Bucyrus-Erie (now Bucyrus International Inc., South Milwaukee, Wis.) before moving on to Westover Corp and Associates, Milwaukee.
A graduate of Carnegie Tech, Miller started out teaching stage and costume design at the College of William & Mary, the U.
"He was so pale and had crazy white blond hair." The former member of the Modern Dance club at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) had already created a few dance paintings and he was hired to do illustrations for the magazine.
I thought about artificial intelligence, which was an exciting field then at Carnegie Tech. Allen Newell, one of the great minds of that field--one of the founding fathers of that field--was there.

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