Tepper PhD Alumna, Courtney Williamson ‘16, Ph.D., President and founder of AbiliLife, is featured in NextPittsburgh’s Top Women in Tech in Pittsburgh. Click here to view the article.
This is the PhD lounge at the Tepper School of Business which serves a number of purposes. The Tepper School of Business is housed in a building whose plan is among the strangest when it comes to buildings, or most other things for that matter. The entire school has two structures, the Posner Hall and […]
Applications for the GSA/Provost Office Conference Funding are due by Wednesday, February 21st. This round of funding covers conferences that fall between 4/1/18 – 6/30/18. Go here for more information and to apply. This award amount is $500 per student with a maximum amount of $1,000 per group. Awardees are selected through a lottery process […]
Tepper alumni, faculty and current Ph.D. students attended the 2018 AEA/ASSA (American Economic Association/Allied Social Science Association) Annual Meeting, which took place in Philadelphia this year. We had a great alumni turnout at this year’s ASSA/AEA 2018 Tepper Reception!
The PhD Program is hosting a Toys for Tots TEA on December 7, for the 2017 Toys for Tots drive to help spread hope and cheer for children during the holiday season! Last year, the school’s fantastic effort managed to fill 6 boxes! We hope to see continued support for the program and it’s recipients. […]
Congratulations to Elizabeth Campbell, Alessandro Iorio, and Zijun Shi who have been chosen as 2017-18 Presidential Fellows in the Tepper School. The CMU Presidential Fellowship initiative started a few years ago. Elizabeth, Alessandro, and Zijun are this year’s recipients. Previous fellows are listed on the plaque behind them, and also on the Student Awards web […]
Congratulations to Tepper School Ph.D. student Nikhil Malik for winning the Best Student Paper Award for his paper “When Does Beauty Pay? A Large Scale Image Based Appearance Analysis on Career Transitions” at Conference on Information Systems and Technologies at INFORMS.
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