Carnegie Mellon University

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an engineering university in Pittsburgh

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Warhol earned a bachelor's degree in fine arts from Carnegie Mellon University, then Carnegie Institute of Technology, in 1949.
in metallurgical engineering from the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
He received degrees in mechanical and biomedical engineering from the Carnegie Institute of Technology at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and an MBA in Finance from the Olin School of Business in St.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences was founded in 1969, shortly after the Carnegie Institute of Technology and the Mellon Institute merged to create Carnegie Mellon University, and is world-renowned for its research, scholarship and teaching.
Carnegie Mellon consists of seven schools and colleges: Carnegie Institute of Technology (College of Engineering), the College of Fine Arts, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Heinz College, the Mellon College of Science, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.
Warhol first came to New York as a young graduate of the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1949 and worked throughout the 1950s as a commercial artist creating advertisements and designing store windows.
in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, his Master's in mathematics from the Carnegie Institute of Technology, and his Ph.
in metallurgy from Carnegie Institute of Technology, now Carnegie-Mellon University, Dr.
Faculty and students from five schools-the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Institute of Technology, the School of Design at the College of Fine Arts, Heinz College, and the Tepper School of Business-will research topics such as collaboration and communication, knowledge management and knowledge transfer in distributed environments, content development through crowd sourcing, and the tools, incentives, technologies, and methodologies needed to meet the challenges and opportunities facing knowledge-based organizations.
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