Carnegie Mellon is a player on the world stage.
For the first time during a World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting, the university will be represented at a session that will be webcast live, offering a glimpse into the foremost global community of business, political and intellectual leaders.
CMU's representative will be Mark Kamlet
(right), provost and executive vice president, who will serve on a panel about the future of education. The panel also includes Gordon Brown
, former prime minister of the United Kingdom.
As part of the meeting in Tianjin, China, "The Future of Education" panel discussion will be webcast live at 5:15 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time) Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Also participating at the WEF will be CMU faculty members Emma Brunskill, Golan Levin, Jesse Schell and Jeannette Wing.