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English Department News
Hilary Masters, an acclaimed writer and beloved professor at Carnegie Mellon University, died Sunday, June 14. He was 87.
Classroom Salon, the social networking tool that taps the collective intelligence of online study groups, will be used as part of a multi-year, Google-funded project to boost the capacity of a popular Carnegie Mellon University introductory computer science course.
Christopher N. Warren’s New Book Tells International Law’s Neglected Literary Story
A new book by Carnegie Mellon University’s Christopher N. Warren discloses how a Bush Administration lawyer misinterpreted cultural history to justify War on Terror activities such as waterboarding and secret prisons.
Approaches to teaching and learning in higher education are changing faster than ever before – and technology is playing a major role in this process.
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