in the NAE honors people who have made important contributions to
engineering theory and practice and who have demonstrated unusual
accomplishments in pioneering new and developing fields of technology.It
is one of the highest professional distinctions an engineer can achieve.
Carnegie Mellon faculty join more than 2,000 NAE members and 186 foreign
associates in an award process that began in 1964.
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