Feature Articles 2009
Intel Announces 2009-2010 PhD Fellowships
Carnegie Mellon is proud to announce that two PhD students have been awarded prestigious Intel PhD Fellowships. The highly competitive program awarded 26 fellowships to candidates at select universities who are doing leading edge work in fields related to Intel's business and research interests.
Motorola Foundation | Carnegie Mellon -- Investing in Technology and Education
Building the leaders of tomorrow requires investing in education at both the high school and college level. Nobody understands that better than the Motorola Foundation. The foundation recognizes the importance in supporting students in their formative years to prepare them for the rigorous work ahead in college and the workforce.
Preparing Students for the Future: The Summer Academy of Mathematics and Science
SAMS nurtures high school students through classroom instruction, project coursework, and academic development to increase the declining number of outstanding college-bound high school graduates with diverse backgrounds—commonly known as the "pipeline" problem—particularly in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.
Bill Gates Visits Carnegie Mellon Qatar
Microsoft founder Bill Gates recently visited Carnegie Mellon Qatar to discuss innovations in global health research and development projects to help the world's poorest people.
Carnegie Mellon Scientists Featured on CBS' "60 Minutes"
Tom Mitchell, chair of the Machine Learning Department, and Marcel Just, professor of psychology, have developed computer algorithms that can interpret brain scans produced by functional magnetic resonance imaging. The interview aired Jan. 4.