Carnegie Mellon University

S3D Grad School Q&A Sessions

Suppose you are thinking about graduate study in a computer science discipline*. In that case, you should join us for an informal Q&A discussion about whatever aspect of grad study you’d like to learn more about.

Curious about what software engineering research looks like? We’d love to tell you! Need advice on navigating the absurd number of grad programs at CMU? We got you. Do you want to know how we’re using computing to tackle massive social issues? Strap in! Need an opinion on your application materials? We’d love to take a look (time permitting, of course).

So take a look through the sessions below and register today! (Yes, registration is required.) 

Please note: All times listed below are in Eastern Standard Time.

sunshine-joshua.JPGNov 8 // 3-4pm ET: Josh Sunshine

Program Knowledge:
- Software Engineering PhD
- Research Experience for Undergraduates in Software Engineering (REUSE)

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kang-eunsuk.jpgNov 10 //9-10am ET: Eunsuk Kang

Program Knowledge:
- Software Engineering PhD
- Master of Software Engineering

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begel-andrew.pngNov 14 // 1-2pm ET: Andrew Begel

Program Knowledge:
- Societal Computing PhD
- Software Engineering PhD
- Research Experience for Undergraduates in Software Engineering (REUSE)

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kaestner-christian.JPGNov 15 // 3-4pm ET: Christian Kästner

Program Knowledge:
- Software Engineering PhD
- Research Experience for Undergraduates in Software Engineering (REUSE)

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christin-nicolas.JPGNov 17 // 2-3pm ET: Nicolas Christin

Program Knowledge:
- Societal Computing PhD

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