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7 universities partner with IBM on cognitive computing courses

IBM Watson

By Joshua Bolkan Seven universities in the United States have partnered with IBM to launch cognitive computing courses featuring cloud access to the company’s Watson computer. “Cognitive computing systems,” such as Watson, “learn and interact naturally with people to extend what either humans or machine could do on their own,” according to information on IBM’s site. “They help human experts ... Read More »

Carnegie Mellon joins popular trend of US, China universities partnering

Jimmy Zhu, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University

By Debra Erdley It’s been three decades since Jimmy Zhu came to the United States as a student from China. Back then, Zhu was one of the few. Today, China leads the world in sending students to U.S. universities. Zhu, now an engineering professor at Carnegie Mellon University, is helping export CMU’s engineering prowess to China as co-director of a ... Read More »

Habib University Foundation takes a magnificent leap with its one-of-its-kind Liberal Arts & Sciences University

Board of Governors

Collaboration with Texas A&M University at Qatar and Carnegie Mellon University, USA Institute to set new standards of excellence in learning in the region Intends to offer 40% full and partial scholarships to merit-based need blind students Habib University Foundation is establishing Habib University, a distinctive liberal arts and sciences university that will provide a well-rounded education to outstanding students ... Read More »

Habib University Foundation establishes Habib University

Habib University Foundation is establishing Habib University, a distinctive liberal arts and sciences university that will provide a well-rounded education to outstanding students from Pakistan and the region. The university intends to open its representative office soon in Dubai to attract regional students and will be participating in all the major education fairs in the UAE. The University has a ... Read More »

Pittsburgh, Ireland universities announce cooperative agreement

By Eleanor Chute A consortium of 10 Pittsburgh area colleges and universities announced a cooperation agreement with 13 schools in Ireland. The agreement with the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education and the Institutes of Technology Ireland calls for cooperation in education, training, research and innovation. That includes opportunities for students and graduates of each group to study in institutions of ... Read More »

Ghana: Ashesi University College collaborates with Carnegie Mellon University

Ashesi University College (Ashesi), a world class university located on the Berekuso hills, Eastern Region, is undertaking two innovative research projects that will contribute to its goals of maintaining a green campus where the future leaders of Africa can study. The projects are being conducted in collaboration with a team of students from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Pittsburgh, U.S., under ... Read More »

IIT-B partners with five foreign universities to set up institute in New York

The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) will set up a teaching and research institute in the city of New York from next year along with five other universities. The joint bid was put together by Carnegie Mellon University, New York University, City University of New York, Warwick University, University of Toronto and IIT-B – was selected by the New York ... Read More »

Rwandan Govt announces 50% scholarship for East Africans

The Government of Rwanda is pleased to announce that students from countries in the East African Community will be eligible for scholarships for the programmes of Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda. The two initial programmes offered are Professional Development short courses from February 2012 and the Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) from August 2012. Scholarships will amount to ... Read More »

East Africa: Students Eligible for CMU Scholarships

Students from countries in the East African Community will be eligible for scholarships at the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Rwanda, the government has announced. This will involve the two initial professional development programmes offered from February 2012 and the Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) from August 2012. “The scholarships will be offered to students who fulfill the ... Read More »

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