Carnegie Mellon Engineering Leadership Speaker Series
Nearly 100 years ago, the first "Tech" engineer graduated with a bachelor's degree from the newly accredited engineering school, Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT). Today CIT, also known as the Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering, is an innovative leader in engineering research and education—poised to address the world's most significant challenges, while creating a new standard in engineering education. As a result, CIT consistently ranks among the top global engineering colleges according to widely respected publications, such as the London Times Higher Education supplement and US News & World Report.
This Leadership Speaker Series builds upon the rich history of engineering at Carnegie Mellon, serving as the catalyst for bringing together internationally renowned thought leaders, as well as Carnegie Mellon faculty, students and alumni to discuss critical topics including: energy, the environment, public policy and cybersecurity—all areas of focus and excellence for CIT and the university.
For more about this series, including upcoming featured speakers and topics contact email@example.com.
View photos from our previous Leadership Speaker Series:
- Aris Candris, CEO Westinghouse Electric Company: Meeting the World's Energy Needs in a CO2-Constrained
Environment: The Role of Nuclear Power
- J. Brett Harvey, Chairman, President, and CEO, CONSOL Energy Inc.: CONSOL Energy's Approach to Powering America: Coal and Gas for the Future
- Rodrigo Costa, CEO ZON Multimédia, SGPS: Innovate, Compete, Motivate