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Carnegie Mellon University Leonard Gelfand Center for Service Learning and Outreach

Carnegie Mellon University has been a birthplace of innovation since 1900. The Leonard Gelfand Center creates on-campus and community-based opportunities for CMU faculty, students and staff to improve educational opportunities for youth, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education. Mechanical Engineering faculty and graduate student judges will select three projects for the Energy Innovation Award.
Why We Participate: 
Carnegie Mellon is a global research university known for world-class programs, interdisciplinary collaboration and innovative leadership in education. Carnegie Mellon students come from 115 countries, giving us one of the 10 most international student bodies, by percentage, among four-year US institutions. Our faculty work closely with students to solve scientific, technological and societal challenges. We celebrate the efforts of Intel ISEF finalists who are also engaged in this important work!
Current Awards Offered: 
First Award of $2,500.00
Second Award of $1,500.00
Third Award of $1000.00

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