Carnegie Mellon University

President Obama at Carnegie Mellon University

Barack Obama Visits Carnegie Mellon University

President Barack Obama has visited CMU four times: once as a Senator and three times as a sitting United States President.

2012: President Obama's Campaign Stop at Carnegie Mellon

President Barack Obama President Barack Obama visited Carnegie Mellon University's Pittsburgh Campus on Friday, July 6, as part of his two-day "Betting on America" bus tour through Ohio and Pennsylvania. 

2011: President Obama Launches Manufacturing Initiative from Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh

President Barack Obama launched a major manufacturing initiative on June 24, 2011, from Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh.

The initiative, the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP), brings together major U.S. manufacturers and top U.S. universities.

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2010: President Obama's Visit to Carnegie Mellon

President Barack Obama made an address June 2, 2010, from Carnegie Mellon's Wiegand Gymnasium. A full transcript of his speech is also available.

President Obama's 2010 Visit to Carnegie Mellon (Photo Slideshow)

2008: Senator Obama's Global Economy Summit at Carnegie Mellon

On June 26, 2008, then Sen. Obama also spoke at the university — hosting a summit at Carnegie Mellon on ensuring America's competitiveness in the global economy. The summit brought together economic, educational, community-based and industry leaders to discuss the challenges facing our workforce and craft solutions for the 21st Century.

Visit Carnegie Mellon on YouTube to watch video of his June 2008 address and video of the panel discussion »