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Shaping the Future of Arts and Entertainment

Higher Education Was Already Ripe for Disruption. Then, COVID-19 Happened.

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Prisoners, Police, and the Pandemic: Professor Nagin on COVID-19 and the Justice System

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COVID-19 is Creating the Largest Ever Telecommunity, But Not for Everyone

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Share Your Location? Professor Beibei Li on COVID-19, Contact Tracing, and Consumer Behavior

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COVID-19 Threatens Deep Economic Suffering and Worsening Inequality. The Right Policies Could Help.

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Keep the Polls Open: Carnegie Mellon Data Scientists Join National Effort to Protect Voting Access During the Pandemic

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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

Amelia M. Haviland

An expert in using analytics to create smarter policy, Haviland leads the AI & Analytics for Good initiative at the Block Center for Technology and Society, and the In Support of Public & Population Health Working Group at CMU.

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Heinz College Podcast


Now in its 4th Season, Heinz College's Consequential podcast examines the human side of technological change and develops meaningful plans of action for policymakers, technologists, and everyday people to build a future that considers humanity.

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