May 2008 News Headlines
Researchers Study Possible Effects of a Price on Carbon Dioxide Emissions
College of Humanities and Social Sciences to Offer New Programs with a Global Focus
Global politics major/minor and innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic development (IEE) minor will be added to the curriculum in fall 2008.
Clarke, Khosla, and Nagin to Receive University's Highest Faculty Honor
Distinction of University Professor honors contributions to their fields and the university.
ETC Students Create First Interactive Video Game for Children
Kids burn calories while they play.
Wilfried Sieg Named Suppes Professor of Philosophy
Sieg, a leader in the philosophy of mathematics and science, co-started the Department of Philosophy in 1985.
Tepper School Team Wins "Super Bowl" of Business Plan Competitions
Win gives Tepper most victories of any school in Moot Corp. competition history.
Graduate Programs Earn Top Rankings
Three Carnegie Mellon programs rank #1 in the nation, twenty in the top 5, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Engineering Grads Land Top Jobs in Financial Sector
Carnegie Mellon Scientists Unveil New Tool to Understand Evolution of Multi-Domain Genes
Team's findings could have significant impact on cancer research.
Carnegie Mellon Launches Web Site for "Games With a Purpose"
Games tap human minds to accomplish what machines can't.
Carnegie Science Center Honors Carnegie Mellon
School of Architecture Opens digital Fabrication Laboratory
dFAB workspace combines computing, design, and fabrication for a novel approach to architecture.
Exploring the Uncanny Valley
A team of Carnegie Mellon researchers will use fMRI and eye tracking to provide guidelines for the production of animated human characters for use in video games, movies, and as avatars.
Academic Leaders in Robotics Research Announce Effort to Create National Strategy for Robotics Growth
Carnegie Mellon and 10 other universities will develop an integrated national strategy for robotics research.