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Noun1.Carnegie Mellon University - an engineering university in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh - a city in southwestern Pennsylvania where the confluence of the Allegheny River and Monongahela River forms the Ohio River; long an important urban industrial area; site of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh
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He currently serves on the board of Trustees for Carnegie-Mellon University, the Advisory board at Carnegie-Mellon University Heinz Graduate School and the board of Trustees at the Concord Museum.
He is a member of the Carnegie-Mellon University Department of Computer Science; the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies; and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture.
At Carnegie-Mellon University, a joke edition of The Tartan, which contained admittedly (and intentionally) offensive racial and sexual humor, resulted in the paper suspending publication for the rest of the semester and agreeing to future content review by the administration.
She won a Pulitzer Prize in 1987 for Thomas and Beulah (Carnegie-Mellon University Press, September 1987, ISBN 0-887-48021-7), a collection of poem sequences based roughly on her grandparents' lives.
With the goal of collecting such data humanely, economically, and efficiently, the Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing, ED, Carnegie-Mellon University, and the University of Pittsburgh collaborated in developing the TestSmart Program.
"Our message to students is: If you get a better package from one of our competitors, let us know," says Michael Steidel, director of admissions at the selective Carnegie-Mellon University. Last year, his school received 773 such requests to revise aid offers upward--and acted favorably on 442 of them, with an average increase of $3,900 a year.
Most frequently cited by anti-electric advocates is a scientific study by Lester Lave, an economist at Carnegie-Mellon University (written with three engineer collaborators), that was published in Environmental Science and Technology in the summer of 1996.
Draper suffered from the blacklisting of the 1950s and moved to Switzerland for a period, but later resumed his stage career and subsequently was a professor of theater at Carnegie-Mellon University from 1967 to 1978.