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|Robotics Academy Launches $7 Million Educational Initiative|
July 13, 2010. A new four-year, $7 million educational initiative by Carnegie Mellon University will leverage students’ innate interest in robots and other forms of “hard fun” to increase U.S. enrollments in computer science and steer more young people into scientific and technological careers.
|Robotics Academy Develops Associate Degree|
February 23, 2009. More than two dozen industry partners have joined with Carnegie Mellon University and other Pittsburgh-area universities and community colleges to create an associate degree program that will train technicians to build and maintain robots and other embedded computer systems, which have become ubiquitous in today’s world.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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