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.
EST&P project course responds to Africa’s energy access challenges
This past spring semester, about a dozen master’s students in Carnegie Mellon University’s Energy Science, Technology and Policy (EST&P) Project Course worked hands-on with batteries to potentially identify re-use applications that could improve Africa’s energy access problem.
CMU-Africa celebrates the Class of 2020
66 graduates from CMU-Africa were conferred upon master’s degrees in information technology and in electrical and computer engineering. These graduates will join a network of 196 CMU-Africa alumni, 98% of whom work in Africa. CMU-Africa’s class of 2020 come from 12 nationalities, making it the most diverse cohort to graduate yet.
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