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American Academy of Arts and Sciences

American Academy of Arts & Sciences

This honorary society and independent policy research center conducts multidisciplinary studies of complex and emerging problems. The Academy's elected members are leaders in the academic disciplines, the arts, business and public affairs. Carnegie Mellon has been home to 19 Academy members. Learn more about the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Jared L. Cohon, President Emeritus, University Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy
2012

Edmund Clarke, College of Engineering/School of Computer Science Faculty
2011

Randal Bryant, School of Computer Science Faculty
2010

Joseph Kadane, Dietrich College Faculty
2010

Jeannette Wing, School of Computer Science Faculty
2010

Mel Bochner, College of Fine Arts 1962
2008

George Loewenstein, Dietrich College Faculty
2008

Wilfried Sieg, Dietrich College Faculty
2007

Stephen Fienberg, Dietrich College/Heinz College/School of Computer Science Faculty
2007

John L. Anderson, College of Engineering Faculty
2005

Subra Suresh, President
2004

Takeo Kanade, School of Computer Science Faculty
2004

Robyn M. Dawes, Dietrich College Former Faculty*
2002

Teddy Seidenfeld, Dietrich College Faculty
2001

John R. Anderson, Dietrich College/School of Computer Science Faculty
1999

Manuel Blum, School of Computer Science Faculty
1995

Raj Reddy, School of Computer Science Faculty
1995

Allen Newell, School of Computer Science Former Faculty*
1972

Dana Scott, Dietrich College/Mellon College of Science/School of Computer Science Faculty
1972

*Denotes faculty/alumni who are deceased.

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