Welcome to Carnegie Mellon’s Office of Corporate and Institutional Partnerships
At Carnegie Mellon, first-class faculty and students perform cutting-edge, world-changing research that is not limited by the bounds of departments or fields. Our strong, interdisciplinary focus produces truly innovative results with applications in a variety of fields.
Collaboration with Carnegie Mellon offers industry more than just access to excellent research and talented future employees; it offers your company a unique opportunity to partner with a world leader in innovation. The Office of Corporate and Institutional Partnerships is here to assist you and your company in building strategic partnerships with the university in areas such as sponsored research, recruitment, technology transfer, continuing education, and philanthropy. Contact us to learn more.
We are proud to announce that General Electric has selected Carnegie Mellon as their Career Service Center of the year for 2010. This award speaks to the successful relationship that GE has built with the Carnegie Mellon Career Center, and the level of trust, communication, and detail that goes into recruiting efforts on campus. Carnegie Mellon is proud to help GE grow their next generation workforce of engineers and scientists. Please visit General Electric's Careers
site for more information.
Carnegie Mellon Receives Scholarship Grant from GM
Carnegie Mellon University’s Ed Schlesinger will receive a $70,000 scholarship grant from the GM Foundation to support outstanding student research and studies at the university’s top-ranked College of Engineering.
Since 2000, the General Motors Foundation and Carnegie Mellon have collaborated on the next generation of automotive information technology via research under way at the Collaborative Lab
, which taps the resources of the university’s collaborative, problem-solving environment. And in 2003, the foundation renewed its commitment to the university for an additional five years. The partnership supplements auto industry initiatives to provide passengers safe and easy access to information and entertainment.
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Panel Discussion on Understanding the Brain and Behavior
The enigmatic human brain, central to our development, health and lives, is becoming less of a mystery. World-renowned Carnegie Mellon University scientists are making important discoveries that will help researchers to decipher and improve learning, perception and thinking; deal with aging or injured brains; and treat and understand disorders such as autism, dyslexia and Alzheimer’s.
Cognizant Launches Center for Future of Work at Carnegie Mellon
Cognizant, a leading provider of consulting, technology, and business process outsourcing services, and Carnegie Mellon University today announced the launch of the Center for the Future of Work, an interdisciplinary research center that has been established at Carnegie Mellon's H. John Heinz III College. Funded with an initial seed gift from Cognizant, the research will focus on technological and social systems that will enable next-generation organizations, with a focus on virtualized or distributed work environments.
IBM and Carnegie Mellon to Create Smart Infrastructure Lab
The IBM Smarter Infrastructure Lab at Carnegie Mellon University will develop technologies that are consistent with IBM's Smarter Planet initiative, IBM's offerings in Business Analytics and Optimization, and CMU's work within its Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure Research. The new lab will be a focal point and catalyst for collaboration with like-minded research colleagues from IBM Research and across CMU including their engineering, architecture, public policy and business schools.
Two of Only Five Facebook Finalists Are From Carnegie Mellon
Carnegie Mellon students aren't just logging on to Facebook to post status updates. They're now winning prestigious 'Facebook Fellowships.' Only five finalists were chosen from several hundred applicants for Facebook's new program — and two are from Carnegie Mellon.
Intel | Fulfilling the Vision of Essential Computing
From desktops to cell phones, computing technology keeps us connected wherever we go-and for nearly two decades, Intel Corporation and Carnegie Mellon University have pioneered research to improve devices that enhance our daily lives. With Intel's foresight and Carnegie Mellon's expertise, essential computing will "collectively empower individuals, connect them to each other and into the fabric of networked society," said Andrew Chien, Vice President Intel Labs, and Director of Future Technologies Research.
Seven Faculty Members Receive Google's Focused Research Award
Google recently announced the first-ever Focused Research Awards to fund research in areas of key interest to Google and the research community. Google identified three projects (in machine learning, energy efficiency in computing, and privacy) and seven Carnegie Mellon faculty members for this unique award.
Motorola Foundation | Carnegie Mellon -- Investing in Technology and Education
Building the leaders of tomorrow requires investing in education at both the high school and college level. Nobody understands that better than the Motorola Foundation. The foundation recognizes the importance in supporting students in their formative years to prepare them for the rigorous work ahead in college and the workforce.