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No other academic institution has a greater global presence in the fields of information systems and public policy management than H. John Heinz III College at Carnegie Mellon. Featuring a forward-thinking faculty, a comprehensive and innovative curriculum, cutting-edge research, excellent placement rates, and an outstanding roster of students, staff and alumni, Heinz College sets the standard for educating the next generation of global leaders.

Heinz College (Video) Carnegie Mellon University

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No other academic institution has a greater global presence in the fields of information systems and public policy management than H. John Heinz III College at Carnegie Mellon. Featuring a forward-thinking faculty, a comprehensive and innovative curriculum, cutting-edge research, excellent placement rates, and an outstanding roster of students, staff and alumni, Heinz College sets the standard for educating the next generation of global leaders.

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    Living Analytics Research Centre Launch Press Conference

    Living Analytics Research Centre Launch Press Conference

    Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has teamed with the School of Information Systems at Singapore Management University (SMU) to establish the Living Analytics Research Centre (LARC).

    The center draws on the cross-disciplinary strengths of SMU and CMU faculty and span the two university campuses. It will be physically anchored at SMU’s School of Information Systems in Singapore and at Heinz College's iLab in Pittsburgh. The LARC will develop new approaches to understanding consumer and social behavior that will benefit consumers, producers and distributors of digital goods and services.

    Heinz College and SMU celebrated the LARC with a launch event on March 7, 2011.

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    Living Analytics Research Centre Launch Event

    Living Analytics Research Centre Launch Event

    Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has teamed with the School of Information Systems at Singapore Management University (SMU) to establish the Living Analytics Research Centre (LARC).

    The center draws on the cross-disciplinary strengths of SMU and CMU faculty and span the two university campuses. It will be physically anchored at SMU’s School of Information Systems in Singapore and at Heinz College's iLab in Pittsburgh. The LARC will develop new approaches to understanding consumer and social behavior that will benefit consumers, producers and distributors of digital goods and services.

    Heinz College and SMU celebrated the LARC with a launch event on March 7, 2011.

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    Security, Legality and Ethical Use of Social Data

    Security, Legality and Ethical Use of Social Data

    This panel, hosted by Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, explored how social data is being consumed and monetized, areas where boundaries of ethical use are being blurred and how companies are taking steps to secure social data from malicious intent.

    Panelists: Lorrie Cranor - Professor, CMU; Sean Ammirati - COO of ReadWriteWeb; Lou Musante - Founder of Echo Strategies; and Adam Snukal - Partner, Reed Smith

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    Marcellus Shale: A Panel Discussion at Heinz College, Sept. 15, 2010

    Marcellus Shale: A Panel Discussion at Heinz College, Sept. 15, 2010

    Five faculty from Carnegie Mellon and Duquesne University gathered for a discussion on the Marcellus Shale, a geological formation underlying the state of Pennsylvania containing large reserves of natural gas, and a hot button economic and environmental issue for the Pittsburgh region and the state of Pennsylvania.

    The discussion covered the panelists' investigations, or expertise on several issues related to the Shale, including trends in the energy market, environmental risks and remediation, and the proposed severance tax on drilling.

    Panelists included Kent Moors, an expert in oil and natural gas policy from the Department of Political Science at Duquesne University; Kelvin Gregory, from the Department of Civil Engineering at Carnegie Mellon, who is leading a research team to develop new treatments for cleaning the water used in shale gas production; Jon Stolz, Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and Director of the Center for Environmental Research and Education at Duquense University, and an expert on environmental microbiology and the microbial metabolism of metals and metalloids; and Robert Strauss, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Heinz College. Carnegie Mellon's Joel Tarr, Richard S. Caliguiri University Professor of History and Policy, will moderate.

    This panel was organized by the Center for Economic Development at the Heinz College, and is co-sponsored by the University's Smart Growth Club, an organization of students interested in local government, economic development, and environmental policy.

    • 1 hr 14 min

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