Gbemi Disu named executive director of Carnegie Mellon University Africa
Gbemi Disu will join Carnegie Mellon University Africa as Executive Director, effective February 1, 2021. She will provide administrative, strategic, and operational leadership and develop and implement strategies to grow CMU-Africa’s global reputation and impact.
A key part of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at CMU-Africa is leadership development. To this aim, CMU-Africa held a series of workshops to help empower Scholars with the tools to actively learn to identify their personality traits, their leadership, and style of influence.
CMU-Africa announces teaching-track faculty positions
Carnegie Mellon University Africa invites applications for teaching-track faculty positions. We are seeking highly-qualified candidates at all levels to join our dynamic, world-class faculty in contributing to the emerging knowledge-based economies across Africa.
- Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE)
The 10-16 month MSECE program is for students who are interested in creating technology solutions not only for today, but for the future. Students are prepared to become engineering leaders through fundamental and hands-on courses in wireless networks, machine learning, data analytics, robotics, energy systems, internet of things, and software engineering.
- Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)
The 16-20 month MSIT program strikes a fine balance between technology, business and innovation, preparing the next generation of ICT leaders in Africa. This program is for students interested in an interdisciplinary curriculum that covers key topics in data science, cyber security, software engineering and telecommunications among others.