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Computer Science
Computer Science is a pervasive field spanning every aspect of our lives. It is more than the study of computing and what computers can do.
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Information Systems
We prepare students to participate in emerging opportunities in software systems and services, wherever they may be.
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Biological Sciences
The study of living things has undergone a revolution in recent years. There have been unprecedented technological advances in disciplines like biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, molecular biology, developmental biology, neuroscience and computational biology.
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Business Administration
Business Administration encompasses management, leadership and teamwork. It involves organizing people, allocating resources, making decisions of major importance and directing activities toward common goals and objectives.
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The First Computer That Could Think
In December 1955, professor Herbert Simon and business Ph.D. student Allen Newell made a breakthrough that would place them among the founders of artificial intelligence. Their invention of a programming language for computers to model complex human problem-solving processes resulted in a “thinking machine,” as they described it.
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Welcome Summer College Preview Program

A four-week pre-university program for academically-talented high school students currently studying in year 10 or 11. The SCPP is an opportunity for motivated students to prepare for university.

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Staying One Step Ahead

In Qatar, cyber security has been identified as one of the country’s grand challenges, and researchers from around the world discussed it as a critical issue at the 2014 Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference. Several CMU-Q researchers were among those presenting their work.

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Information Systems has Spirit!

Students celebrated the Information Systems major this past week at IS Spirit Day with giveaways, food and games with faculty and alumni from the IS Department.

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Carnegie Mellon Professor Elected To Prestigious National Academy of Engineering

Jonathan Caulkins, the H. Guyford Stever Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy who taught at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

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Staying One Step Ahead

In Qatar, cyber security has been identified as one of the country’s grand challenges, and researchers from around the world discussed it as a critical issue at the 2014 Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference. Several CMU-Q researchers were among those presenting their work.

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Information Systems has Spirit!

Students celebrated the Information Systems major this past week at IS Spirit Day with giveaways, food and games with faculty and alumni from the IS Department.

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Carnegie Mellon Professor Elected To Prestigious National Academy of Engineering

Jonathan Caulkins, the H. Guyford Stever Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy who taught at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

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Carnegie Mellon Qatar Welcomes Back Nobel Laureate

Dr. Finn Kydland, who holds the Richard P. Simmons Distinguished Professorship at Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2004, is teaching at CMU-Q this spring. This is the second time he has taught macroeconomics to undergraduate students in Qatar.

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