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Carnot-Moon is a census-designated place (CDP) in the central Moon Township of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. It has a population of 11,606 people and a total area of 6.0 square miles. The average income for a household in the area is $61,111. The median home value is $188,845. The community is completely within the township and is served by Beaver Grade Road, Interstate Business Loop 376, University Boulevard, and Pennsylvania State Road 51.
Robert Morris University was established in 1921 by Andrew Blass as the Pittsburgh School of Accountancy. Named after Robert Morris, the "financier of the American Revolution," it was relocated to Carnot-Moon after the school acquired the Pine Hill Manor and Farm in 1962. In 1969, the school was renamed Robert Morris College after it began to offer bachelor's degrees in business administration. In 1978, the first graduate students were admitted into the college, and in 1999, the first doctoral program was offered. The school was granted university status in 2002 and subsequently changed its name to Robert Morris University.
Robert Morris University offers its students 60 undergraduate and 35 graduate degree programs. Its School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science is among one of the 17 universities in the U.S. that has been named a Center of Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries. The university also provides over 100 student organizations, clubs and activities. In 2015, Christopher B. Howard became its eighth president. Howard is the first African-American president in the history of the school.
Pittsburgh International Airport is a civil-military international airport in the townships of Findlay and Moon, just southwest of Carnot-Moon. Owned and managed by the Allegheny County Airport Authority, it is the primary international airport for the Great Pittsburgh Region, West Virginia and Ohio. The airport was opened in 1952 and was served by only five airlines. For over two decades, it was also a small hub for Trans World Airlines. In 1992, it underwent a massive expansion and became a major hub for US Airways. Coined by the New York Times as the "airport of the future," it was one of the most innovative airports in the world. It helped start the modern airport design of an underground tram to transport passengers, an X-shape to reduce the distance between gates, and a range of shopping options. Today, the airport encompasses 10,000 acres and includes four runways. It serves 17 passenger airlines and eight cargo airlines.
Giant Eagle - Moon Plaza is a shopping plaza across the street from Robert Morris University on University Boulevard. The open-air shopping center is home to a variety of stores and services that provide residents and visitors with regular goods. This includes Giant Eagle Supermarket, Fine Wine & Good Spirits, Rite Aid, The UPS Store, Michael's Hair Loft, Laurie's Hallmark Shop, Lutrish, Moon Beer & Soda 4 Less, Firestone Complete Auto Care, Excel Dental Incorporated - Moon, Fancy Nails, World Class Fitness Center, GNC, and more. Also located in the plaza are dining options like the Giant Eagle Deli, Burger King, Tokyo Hibachi & Sushi, and Mike & Tony's Gyros.
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