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Company Overview of Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University is an educational and research institution. The university includes the Carnegie Institute of Technology, the College of Fine Arts, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Graduate School of Industrial Administration (Graduate and Undergraduate School of Business), the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, the Mellon College of Science, the School of Computer Science, and interdisciplinary programs. Carnegie Mellon University was founded in 1900 and is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The university has endowment assets worth $756 million.
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Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Founded in 1900
Key Executives for Carnegie Mellon University
Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer
Dean of College of Fine Arts
Director of Science and Humanities Scholars Program
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Carnegie Mellon University Key Developments
Carnegie Mellon University Names Douglas Sicker Names as Head of Department of Engineering and Public Policy
Sep 2 14
Douglas Sicker has joined Carnegie Mellon University as head of its Department of Engineering and Public Policy (EPP). Sicker, who assumed the post on Aug. 1, also has a joint appointment as a professor in the School of Computer Science. Recently, Sicker was involved in federal government as the chief technology officer and senior adviser for spectrum at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).
Carnegie Mellon to Partner with Duolingo to Evaluate English Language Certification Test
Jul 23 14
Carnegie Mellon University will partner with Duolingo to evaluate the company's new low-cost test for certifying the English skills of college and job applicants. The Duolingo Test Center, which Duolingo launched with the support of Google, would enable users to certify English proficiency using a mobile app for a fraction of the cost of existing language certification tests. The test eliminates the cost and inconvenience of travelling to a designated test site, takes less time to complete and provides results immediately. The app attempts to limit cheating using features such as remote video monitoring and test questions that are rarely repeated.
Carnegie Mellon University Appoints James Duesing as Director of Center for the Arts in Society
Jul 23 14
Carnegie Mellon University has appointed James Duesing director of its Center for the Arts in Society (CAS), a research center in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Fine Arts that investigates the role of arts in societies. Duesing, professor of art in the School of Art, succeeds Paul Eiss, who will remain at CMU as an associate professor of history. Duesing has been on the CMU faculty since 1997.
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