SCS Emigration Course
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890
The SCS Emigration Course is a series of lectures and discussion sessions that focus on "grooming" you so you'll be ready to conquer the real world when you finish your Ph.D. The interwoven threads are Jobs, Money, The Real World, Ethics, and Writing (Communication Skills). Unlike the Immigration course, which is held during the first three weeks of the school year, the Emigration course is spread over the entire academic year. While the topics of interest are chosen with the more senior students in mind, Ph.D. students in the entire School of Computer Science are encouraged and welcome to attend. Faculty are welcome too!
The next session...
PETER SHANEDistinguished Service Professor of Law and Public Policy
H.J. Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management
Director, Institute for the Study of Information Technology and Society
The Citizens We Need Technologists to Be21 September 2001
- with Desserts