Education, Skills and Learning

4 ways universities are driving innovation

CHIMP (CMU Highly Intelligent Mobile Platform) robot from Carnegie Mellon University Image: REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon

Farnam Jahanian

President, Carnegie Mellon University

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SOURCE: National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, Higher Education Research and Development Survey.
Chart: Recent and Projected Growth in STEM and Non-STEM Employment in the United States
Source: Science, 23 May 2014: Vol. 344, Issue 6186, pp. 843-851, DOI: 10.1126/science.1251868
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