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Next Generation Computing

Verified Research

Verified Research

Carnegie Mellon University's Edmund M. Clarke has led the way for quality assurance processes in the computing industry for more than 30 years.

His innovative techniques for automatically verifying the correctness of computer systems is also used in transportation, communications and medicine.

The prestigious Franklin Institute will recognize Clarke for his work with the Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science on Thursday, April 24, in Philadelphia.

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Creativity & the Arts

Directing Leadership

Directing Leadership

Being open to new opportunities and having transferrable job skills has allowed Trudi McCanna (A'92, HNZ'95) to direct her career and help others. The Carnegie Mellon University double graduate uses the skills she learned while in school to guide leaders as head of executive development at Google. She discussed qualities of leadership as part of the Master of Arts Management Speaker Series.

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Global Society & Economy

"Heart of the Matter"

'Heart of the Matter'

At the request of Congress, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences commissioned the "Heart of the Matter," a comprehensive report on the current state of the humanities and social sciences that stresses their importance in creating a vibrant and secure nation. Carnegie Mellon University and the American Academy held the first Pittsburgh-area discussion of the report and its implications for creating a sustainable global society.

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Global Society & Economy

New Geography Of Innovation

New Geography Of Innovation

Carnegie Mellon University is one of the primary reasons why Pittsburgh is a model for economic prosperity, not only in the United States, but around the world. At a recent event in D.C., academic experts and government officials shared that message of innovation-fueled job growth that happens when research universities collaborate with government and the private sector to accelerate discoveries from the lab to the marketplace.

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