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The David A. Tepper Quadrangle represents a new academic vision at Carnegie Mellon aimed at interconnecting research, curricula and initiatives from across the campus’ world-class schools and colleges.
The Tepper Online Hybrid MBA offers flexibility within innovative online & on-site study formats. We are one of the only MBA programs with the same faculty and the same curriculum across our full-time and part-time formats.
The Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women is designed to address the distinct challenges faced by women in business.
Our MBA students have the opportunity to meet with top-tier companies and successful alumni through our student club treks.
Join us at the Tepper School on March 21 from 10 a.m. to noon for this networking event.
Share in the experience. Read what five of our students discovered during their internships.
Bob Monroe, PT Online Hybrid #MBA Dir., discusses #technology's impact on #highered w/@InformationWeek @SusanNunziata http://t.co/JaFT0Gi1Vq
Prof. Meltzer to testify at today's Senate Banking Committee re: proposals to overhaul the mandate & operations of the Fed. Reserve Board.
3 gifts supporting Tepper Quad and presidential scholarships & fellowships announced at #integratedinnovation event http://t.co/CRmk3Kwi2k
Livability.com ranks downtown Pittsburgh #1 on its list of Top 10 Best Downtowns.
Carnegie Mellon's campus is constantly involved in enriching experiences from multiple disciplines. For example. the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival,...
Thanks to the keynote speakers for participating in last weekend's Marketing in the Digital Era AMA Regional Conference! Erin Cooper, Zipcar...
Marc Onetto, MSIA ’75, recipient of the Tepper School Alumni Achievement Award, was the keynote speaker at the Welcome & Awards Ceremony held August...
On November 12, Tepper School of Business students enjoyed the entertaining wit and wisdom of distinguished guest Erroll B. Davis, Jr., BS/CIT ’65,...
Professor Rebecca Lessem examines immigration from an economic point of view. Part 1 of 3.
Moneythink Connects Business Majors With Students Across Campus To Explain Personal Finance At High Schools
First Day of Mini 4 PhD Classes
2014 Gifts To Support Welcome Center, Tepper Quad