University Helps Develop Information Systems School in Singapore

 

January 8, 2003

Carnegie Mellon will use its expertise in information technology systems and business to help the Singapore Management University (SMU) develop its recently established School of Information Systems (SIS), with initial emphasis on an undergraduate business program. The four-year agreement between the university and SMU calls for Carnegie Mellon to share its best practices and provide counsel to SIS's undergraduate program, its master's and executive education programs and the establishment of a research center. Joining Steve Miller, SIS's interim dean for the signing of the memorandum of agreement were Carnegie Mellon Provost Mark Kamlet, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Head Pradeep Khosla and GSIA Professor Tridas Mukhopadhyay.

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