Carnegie mellon university

DEFINITION

Known as Carnegie Mellon, it is a private research school in Pittsburgh. It began as Carnegie Technical School founded in 1900, then was named Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1912, and in 1967, Carnegie Institute merged with Mellon Institute of Industrial Research to become Carnegie Mellon University. Seven independent schools are part of this University including a College of Fine Arts. Among the Fine Art students have been Ryan McGinness, Philip Pearlstein, Ross Bleckner, and Hobson Pittman. Teachers include Edward Dufner, Everett Warner, and Ralph Holmes. Sources: Wikipedia: Carnegie Mellon University; AskART biographies.

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