CMU has E&TIM. Let me translate. Carnegie Mellon University will offer, starting Jan. 07, a one-year interdisciplinary master of science degree in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management that will be taught by profs and researchers in Engineering and Public Policy, the B-School and the Department of Social and Decision Sciences. It’s a one year program out of the Engineering School.
On Oct. 11, CMU is putting on a panel on how innovation drives growth that includes Mark Harshman, director of R&D at Siemens, Lisa Roudabush, a general manager at US Steel, Anuj Dhanda, chief information officer at PNC Bank, Bar Samardzich, vp of powertrain development at Ford and others. If you’re in Pittsburgh, this is a place to stop by and learn.
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