Carnegie Mellon Engineering




Washington Speaker Series

The Carnegie Mellon University Washington Speaker Series is a non-partisan forum designed to facilitate meaningful exchange among business, government and research leaders through an exploration of issues residing at the intersection of policy, technology and innovation. The series is organized by the College of Engineering, recognized as one of the top 10 engineering schools by U.S. News and World Report.

The College of Engineering is internationally recognized as a leader in education and research. Industry and academia value the school’s graduates for their in-depth technical knowledge and innovative spirit. The faculty, all experts in their fields, continually push the boundaries of engineering research. Housed within the college are more than 19 major research centers that enable interdisciplinary research and allow the college to tackle the complex technical problems facing society. By collaborating with industry and government entities, the college makes important technological breakthroughs and transfers them to society.

To join us for the next Washington Speakers Series event, register online. For additional information, contact Sharon Grant, Senior Director of External Relations at 202.271.4907 or sharongr@andrew.cmu.edu.

View photos from previous Washington Speaker Series events:

Washington Speaker Series: The Globalization of ICT

The Science and Uncertainty of Engineering the Climate