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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 Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women is designed to address the distinct challenges faced by women in business.
Want the chance to experience micro-finance studies in Africa, surfing in Australia or a case competition in Europe? Our Global Treks are the answer.
With 30 U.S. and 18 global alumni chapters, your Carnegie Mellon network opens doors across industries and geographies.
Online hybrid and on-site study formats.
Undergrad Bus. & Econ students: be sure to attend Weds. Night Insights to hear your classmates' internship experiences. 4:30 Simon Aud.
CMU Sleeping Bag That Turns Into Tent Could Help Homeless People This Winter http://t.co/aQdXinX7nN #ImpactX@CiscoCSR via @HuffPostImpact
.@nytimes Article co-authored by Prof. Woolley shares research re: composition of successful teams. Hint: more women. http://t.co/Xx8HtCA4GI
Congratulations to the undergrads who achieved Dean's List recognition this fall! http://bit.ly/1CEc6m6
Two great events for our undergraduate Business and Economics students today and tomorrow focusing on internships:
Wednesday Night Insights:...
A special thank you to Edward W. Stack, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Dick's Sporting Goods, for his presentation as part of the W.L. Mellon...
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.
Professor Rebecca Lessem examines immigration from an economic point of view. Part 2 of 3.
Moneythink Connects Business Majors With Students Across Campus To Explain Personal Finance At High Schools
Botia Dissertation Proposal
2014 Gifts To Support Welcome Center, Tepper Quad