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Energy & Environmental Policy, Technology, and the Future of Our Planet

Think the U.S. Has Solved Its Lead Problem? Think Again.

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Climate Change Will Cause a Serious Tick Up in Lyme Disease

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Sustainability and Spring Break: CMU in Puerto Rico

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Pennsylvania’s Solar Future Is Sunnier Thanks to Heinz College

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Hamburg Hall Entry

A Smarter City Starts Underground

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Professor Amelia Havilland

Climate Change Is Causing More Landslides. Machine Learning Can Help Predict Where.

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Analytics Since 1968

Many institutions have jumped on the data analytics bandwagon in recent years. But we've been here for decades. The Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University is a graduate school without boundaries, using the latest in analytical methods to solve problems at the critical nexus of technology and society.

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Award-Winning Faculty

Brian K. Kovak

An acclaimed expert in immigration, international trade, and labor economics, Professor Kovak was recently named to the 2019 class of Andrew Carnegie Fellows by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

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In Data Analytics, Information & Technology Management, and Cybersecurity

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Real World Impact

Public Interest Technology

Public Interest Technology is an emerging field unto itself, but Carnegie Mellon University has been a leader in this space for over 50 years. We are uniquely positioned to research, develop, and deploy uses of technology that serve the public good.

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Upcoming Events

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Meet Heinz College Admissions Representatives at Education USA Fair 2019 - Santiago, Chile

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INTERSECT@CMU 2019: Conference on Health Care Innovation

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Meet Heinz College Admissions Representatives at Idealist Grad Fair - Boston

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