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CMU Shines Among Most Powerful in Pittsburgh
The following is an acticle from CMU’s 8.5×11 news.
Pittsburgh Magazine’s annual listing of the city’s “50 Most Powerful People” includes many with CMU ties, led by President Subra Suresh who comes in at number 8.
“You don’t get this high on the list without an astounding resume, and few can match that of Suresh,” the magazine states. “His leadership and connections – in Washington, D.C., and internationally – will further leverage CMU’s world-renowned reputation.”
James Rohr, chairman of CMU’s Board of Trustees, is number 15, followed by School of Computer Science Dean Andrew Moore at number 29. Entertainment Technology Center Professor and founder of Schell Games Jesse Schell is number 35. Computer Science Professor and alumnus Luis von Ahn is listed as a “future power broker.”
Alumni among the top 50 include Rich Fitzgerald (#4), Rich Lunak (#11), Heather Arnet (#22), Joel Adams (#41), Scott Bricker (#42) and Andy Masich (#50). CMU grads listed among “future power brokers” are John Bares, Dan Gilman, Julie Pezzino and Luke Skurman.
To read the rest of the city’s “50 Most Powerful People”, visit Pittsburgh Magazine.