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Graduate Student Perspectives

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The Carnegie Mellon Experience

Carnegie Mellon comprises a dynamic academic research community where innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration have been traditions for nearly a century.

Consistently ranked one of the nation's top private research institutions, Carnegie Mellon's internationally recognized programs within its undergraduate colleges and graduate schools encompass the areas of science, engineering, technology, management, liberal arts, and fine arts. The Department of Biological Sciences is based in the Mellon College of Science, which also houses the Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics departments.

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Carnegie Mellon — The Role of the Research University In Pittsburgh's Renaissance

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