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Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
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Swartz Shorts

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Rob Miller, Pat O'Donnell

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Welcome to Swartz Shorts, the pod all about the entrepreneurial ecosystem at CMU and the larger Pittsburgh community. We interview local founders, innovators, and community leaders to bring awareness to entrepreneurial successes at CMU, expose students to the CMU alumni network, and give local innovators a platform to promote their projects to a broad audience.
 
This podcast is a study companion to the course on Evidence-Based Management from the Center for Evidence Based Management and Carnegie Mellon University. Hosted by CEBMa Fellow and 20 year change management veteran Karen Plum, each episode is dedicated to exploring some of the challenges, opportunities, issues, frustrations and lightbulb moments associated with learning to be more evidenced-based in organisational decision making.
 
This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is produced by the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. The AMT Lab staff currently includes Dr. Brett Crawford (Executive Director), Lutie Rodriguez (Chief Editor of Research), Angela Johnson (Podcast Produc ...
 
Interested in science, technology, machinery, engineering and the history behind everyday things? Want a fast and fun way to get your kids interested in STEM? Look no further! We break down a weekly engineering topic in a way that everyone can understand and enjoy. Twitter: @UnproEng Instagram: Unprofessional_Engineering Facebook: UnprofessionalEngineering
 
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SEI Shorts

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Members of Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute

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In these short videos, experts from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) deliver informative snapshots of our latest research on the changing world of all things cyber. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University.
 
Metro21: Smart Cities Institute is a campus-wide initiative at Carnegie Mellon University dedicated to the research, development, and deployment of projects aimed at improving the quality of life in metropolitan areas. The mission of this podcast is to introduce a wider audience to our work. There are so many innovative projects being developed and deployed here at Carnegie Mellon, and we want to give the public a chance to be a part of our journey.
 
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Consequential

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Consequential

Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy

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Consequential is a podcast that develops meaningful plans of action for policymakers, technologists and everyday people to build the kind of future that reduces inequality, improves quality of life and considers humanity. The show is produced by Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy. https://www.heinz.cmu.edu/about/consequential-podcast
 
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Heinz Radio

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Heinz Radio

Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College

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Heinz Radio is a podcast created by the students of Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College. Students host conversations with faculty, community members, and professionals at the intersection of public policy, technology, and the arts.
 
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Energy Bite

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Energy Bite

Carnegie Mellon's Scott Institute for Energy Innovation

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Energy Bite is a weekly 90-second podcast focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to every day life. It is produced by Carnegie Mellon University's Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.
 
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Humans of Tepper

Tepper School of Business

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Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business is proud to share Humans of Tepper, a student-led podcast from one of the nation's top MBA programs. Listen in as students, alumni, and faculty have authentic conversations about their experiences at the university and what it means to be at the intersection of business, technology, and analytics. Thank you for listening, and we hope you enjoy meeting some of the humans of Tepper.
 
Fundamentally, a startup within a company is the same as one inside the proverbial garage: a group of entrepreneurs trying to make the world a better place using new ideas and inventions. Each week, join Sean Ammirati, Co-Founder & Director of the Carnegie Mellon Corporate Startup Lab, as he interviews guests who are doing the important work creating startups inside large corporations. If you already are a corporate entrepreneur, want to become one or are just looking for some advice around ...
 
Co-hosted by Daniel Tkacik and Ellis Robinson, two PhD engineering students at Carnegie Mellon University, I Wonder… begins each episode with a question. When do we get our first memory? Why are whales so big? Are cities good or bad for the environment? Each question is the seed for a half-hour exploration on a topic that hopes to inspire curiosity, learning, and (you guessed it!) wonder.
 
Cut Pathways, a podcast developed by the Oral History Program at Carnegie Mellon University, showcases different pathways students and faculty take to navigate their experiences in higher education. This podcast draws on the Oral History Program’s growing archive of oral histories to take an honest look at higher education, exploring themes of culture, equality, and access to education, as well as catalytic points of personal growth, technological innovation, and creative development. Each r ...
 
Victorian Finance, LLC | NMLS# 50635 Sonny Bringol founded Victorian Finance, LLC on January 1st 2003 with the intent of creating a mortgage company that provides a high level of customer service, delivers what is promised, exceeds client expectations, and maintains the highest level of integrity. These principles have allowed Victorian Finance to be very successful even in the toughest economic environments. Sonny is a veteran of the US Air Force National Guard and served from 1985 to 1992. ...
 
Welcome to The Plague, the podcast where we look, not just at the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but at our nation’s home-made plagues, plagues created by human socioeconomic systems, that make the coronavirus more virulent and dangerous. The coronavirus infects the human body, but what illnesses in our body politic make us more vulnerable to it? Economic inequality? Environmental devastation? Labor precarity? Alienation? We pick a different societal plague each week and talk with an expert a ...
 
New York Times Bestselling Author, Christina Crawford is also a five-time Telly Awardwinning producer-director-writer for video programs spanning the range of Northwest Independent Regional TV series, video documentary and musical theater concert presentation in New York City at the famous Birdland. Christina is passionate about social justice, creativity in the arts and the world of women, which has been largely undocumented, unappreciated and subjected to centuries of gender bias and dismi ...
 
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Cookies: Tech Security & Privacy

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Cookies: Tech Security & Privacy

Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Technology has transformed our lives, but there are hidden tradeoffs we make as we take advantage of these new tools. Cookies, as you know, can be a tasty snack -- but they can also be something that takes your data. This podcast is presented by the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science.
 
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To ensure trust, artificial intelligence systems need to be built with fairness, accountability, and transparency at each step of the development cycle. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Carol Smith, a senior research scientist in human machine interaction, and Dustin Updyke, a senior cybersecurity …
 
In this episode of our great engineering universities series, we head to the deep south to investigate the Georgia Institute of Technology. Founded way back in 1885 as the Georgia School of Technology, this storied university has grown to become one of the top engineering colleges in the United States, and even the world.Learn what it takes to get …
 
Students from the University of Auckland share what excites and scares them about some of the most well-known Blockchain platforms, including Cardano, Monax and 'Digital Street' Property Management. We also dive into some thoughtful discussion on decentralised governance, grants and treasuries, DAOs (Decentralised Autonomous Organisations) and who …
 
This episode accompanies Module 12 of the course, which is about how we bring together the various sources of evidence that we've gathered. The purpose of taking an evidence-based approach is to reduce uncertainty in our decision making, looking at likelihoods and probabilities to guide our thinking and discussions. The use of Bayes rule and Bayesi…
 
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Shannon Gallagher, a data scientist with SEI’s CERT Division, and Dominic Ross, multimedia team lead for the SEI, discuss deepfakes, their exponential growth in recent years, their increasing technical sophistication, and the problems they pose for individuals and o…
 
The AH-64 Apache attack helicopter is the most advanced military helicopter in the world! Well, probably...Rumor has it, after the Vietnam war, the importance of helicopters was made clear, but the old Cheyanne was too slow on the attack and not well equipped for countering the heavily armored tanks of the USSR. After a quick contest to see who cou…
 
Agile and DevSecOps have revolutionized software engineering practices. The strategies put forward in Agile and DevSecOps have eased many software engineering challenges and paved the way for continuous deployment pipelines. But what do you do when you're facing a problem that doesn't fit the model of a pure software engineering project? In this we…
 
In this episode, Liz and Summer Social Media Manager Maraika Lumholdt speak with Jacob Gursky, privacy engineering student at Carnegie Mellon University, about Ghostbots, Griefbots, and their role in the Arts. The conversation covers the complexity of these digital creations, how they are used in different settings, and their morality.…
 
Join Tim as he sits down with Hank Stratton, Associate professor, Division Head of Acting and MT, and Artistic Director of the Arizona Repertory Theatre at the University of Arizona! Hank shares details about his career and position, and describes everything their program has to offer.By Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
There are tons of new inventions showing up every day, but what about those inventions from years ago that got us to where we are today? In this episode of Unprofessional Engineering, we looked back at the most important and interesting inventions that came from the 1930s. Some HUGE inventions such as nuclear fission and the jet engine are still ch…
 
Digital engineering uses digital tools and representations in the process of developing, sustaining, and maintaining systems, including requirements, design, analysis, implementation, and test. The digital modeling approach is intended to establish an authoritative source of truth for the system, in which discipline-specific views of the system are…
 
Who doesn't love fresh honey?? In your tea, on your toast, stuffing a spoonful into your mouth...mmm!!!! But what about the work that goes into making this delicious golden nectar?We've looked into the entire process! From the roles of the different bees to all of the work they put in creating honey, and then how humans go and steal this tasty trea…
 
In this weeks episode, Tim chats with Amelia McClain, assistant professor of Theatre Performance at the University of Evansville. McClain discusses her background and role at the university, and talks about all that their program has to offer for their theatre students.By Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
There are tons of famous engineers out there who have designed live changing things or made ground breaking discoveries. But what about those that are famous for something other than engineering? In this episode of Unprofessional Engineering, we take a look at a number of engineers that found a different path in life. From Mr. Bean, who was an elec…
 
Over the past several years, zero trust architecture has emerged as an important topic within the field of cybersecurity. Heightened federal requirements and pandemic-related challenges have accelerated the timeline for zero trust adoption within the federal sector. Private sector organizations are also looking to adopt zero trust to bring their te…
 
This week on the TCA podcast, Tim is joined by professor of Voice and Music Theatre Gary Kline. Kline discusses Carnegie Mellon University's Musical Theatre and Acting program, details about campus life, famous alumni, and the discipline it takes to audition and attend the school.By Tim Evanicki Inc. / The College Audition
 
We're taking a look at personal transporters, and we don't me things like boring old cars! Think about the travel of the future, or at least that looks like it is from the future. Segways, the Halfbike, eFOLDi, hover boards and more!We don't just talk about the future, of course, but we look at the past to see how personal transporters got to where…
 
We’re doing a playback of the 10 most interesting things we learned about Blockchain technology from Season 2 of Blockchain Won't Save the World. We’ve been to Canada, Brazil, The Netherlands, Germany, Malta, Israel, India, The UAE, Japan, Singapore and Australia; as well as launching the popular ‘Students React’ show, so there's a ton of great con…
 
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Hasan Yasar, technical director, Continuous Deployment of Capability at the SEI, and Jay Palat, interim director of AI for Mission in the SEI’s AI Division, discuss how to engineer AI systems with DevSecOps and explore the relationship between MLOps and DevSec…
 
This is the second in a two-part conversation series with Andrew Plumley, the current Head of Equity and Impact for Arabella Advisors, and former Senior Director of Equity and Culture at the American Alliance of Museums, where he oversaw both AAM's internal DEAI work, as well as the Facing Change initiative, advancing museum board diversity and inc…
 
Thanks to the movies, Petra may be the most recognizable of all of the modern 7 Wonders of the World. If it doesn't ring a bell, think about Indiana Jones entering a crazy looking temple built into the side of a mountain. Yeah, that's real!!We explore the history of Petra, how the Nabateans constructed this intricate city, the various rulers, uses …
 
This is the first in a two-part conversation series with Andrew Plumley, the current Head of Equity and Impact for Arabella Advisors, and former Senior Director of Equity and Culture at the American Alliance of Museums, where he oversaw both AAM's internal DEAI work, as well as the Facing Change initiative, advancing museum board diversity and incl…
 
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Jonathan Spring, a senior vulnerability researcher, discusses with Suzanne Miller the findings in a paper he published recently analyzing the number of undiscovered vulnerabilities in information systems. This paper examines the paradigm that the number of undiscove…
 
We are all probably familiar with telescopes. You set them up in your house and creep on your neighbors with them, right? Well, NASA and the other space programs are creeping on our neighbors in space as well, thanks to space telescopes!We discuss the different types of space telescopes (such as gamma ray, x-ray, infrared, and more), what they are …
 
This episode accompanies the last module of the course – module 15, which is all about building an evidence-based management capacity in organisations. There are 3 levels – you as an evidence-based manager; your colleagues who you can influence and guide in evidence based approaches; and the skills, practices and processes in your organisation. We …
 
(0:17) Rob introduces Mathew Polowitz, Co-Founder of Equa Health. (1:04) Mat discusses his journey from a startup in San Francisco that was acquired to Carnegie Mellon for his graduate degree and launching his own startup. (3:59) Rob asks Mat about his decision to strike out on his own. (4:22) Mat shares that his failures were a major influence on …
 
This episode accompanies Module 14 of the course, which is about evaluating the outcome of the decision we’ve taken or the solution we implemented. This is the last stage of our evidence-based management process and is vital to ensuring that we learn from what we’ve done. Assessing outcomes is vital, because otherwise, how do we know if what we did…
 
This episode accompanies Module 13 of the course, which is about incorporating evidence into the decision making process. Is the evidence appropriate for our situation (is it generalizable). Can we (and should we) action the evidence? And what are the practical aspects associated with using the evidence that we’ve gathered? The real world is messy …
 
There are hundreds of satellites floating around out in space that we depend on every day for a number of things, from gps to internet for some, but they are even more important for the simple needs that we have. Satellites are used to help us understand the cosmos, from how black holes are formed to how the universe was born. They help us to look …
 
It's the last destination of Season 2 before a very special 'Finale' episode, and where better to go than the country that many credit for being the birthplace of the Blockchain movement: Canada... Yes, Canada... Canada has had a surprisingly significant influence from the original Bitcoin white paper, to the founding of Ethereum, Crypto Kitties, t…
 
It is hard to believe that aliens weren't involved in the construction of many ancient structures (right, Luke?), and this is certainly the case for the 7 modern wonders of the world!We have kicked off a new mini-series that is looking at the engineering and history behind the 7 modern wonders of the world, starting with Chichen Itza in the heart o…
 
As the field of artificial intelligence (AI) has matured, increasingly complex opaque models have been developed and deployed to solve hard problems. Unlike many predecessor models, these models, by the nature of their architecture, are harder to understand and oversee. When such models fail or do not behave as expected or hoped, it can be hard for…
 
(0:17) Rob introduces Ken Hicks, Founder of Broadwing. (1:17) Ken shares a bit about his journey from the Marine Corps to Broadwing, which was inspired by a desire to interact with others while having freedom from rigid regulations. (5:24) Rob comments on how the freedom from rigid regulations must have been an influence in choosing to recruit in t…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls interviews Rachel Hite, the Advancement Officer at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and Liz McFarlin-Marciak, the Director of Major and Planned Giving at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Conversations touch on the pros and cons of virtual benefits, the case they both make for giving at their non-prof…
 
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