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Daily Dashboard | Carnegie Mellon seeks orgs to sponsor privacy engineering projects Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, July 21, 2017

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As part of its privacy engineering masters program, Carnegie Mellon University is seeking organizations that want to sponsor 9-week engineering projects with CMU students, starting in either June or September. A team of two-to-five privacy engineering masters students, complete with technical backgrounds, will be assigned to each project, together with a faculty mentor to supervise their work. Organizations are asked to provide a one-page project description, a contact person who will commit to having a brief conference call with the student team each week, and sponsorship funding and other necessary resources from the project. Past projects have developed prototypes, surveys and user tests, and alternative solution analysis. For those interested, email the program directors Lorrie Cranor, CIPT, at lorrie@cs.cmu.edu, or Norman Sadeh, CIPT, at sadeh@cs.cmu.edu
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