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Data Is Changing the World, and Heinz College Is Leading the Way

Heinz Students Help Top Firms Untangle Blockchain

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Heinz College Alumni Strike Back at Stroke

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Heinz College Makes Cybersecurity Recommendations That Washington Should Consider Now

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The Genuine Article: Heinz College Students Develop App to Combat Counterfeit Drugs

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Geek Out! Heinz College Students Build On-Demand Video Solution for Legendary Entertainment

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Somebody's Watching Me (And I Have No Privacy): Professor Acquisti On The FCC, And Why Privacy Is So Challenging

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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, policy, and people.

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Award-Winning Faculty

Daniel S. Nagin

Heinz College Professor Daniel S. Nagin was awarded the Stockholm Prize in Criminology for his groundbreaking work on pressing issues related to policing and criminal justice.

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In Data Analytics, Information & Technology Management, and Cybersecurity

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Alumni Impact

Leah Lizarondo

Leah founded 412 Food Rescue, a tech platform which works with food providers and community organizations to minimize food waste and improve the lives of citizens and families who suffer from food insecurity.

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Upcoming Events

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Workshop on Affordable Housing Development and Project Financing

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HIMSS18 - Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference

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Basic Uses of Input Output Models in Economic Impact Studies

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