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President Suresh Inducted Into 3rd National Academy

President Suresh Inducted Into 3rd National Academy

Carnegie Mellon University President Subra Suresh was inducted into the Institute of Medicine yesterday in Washington D.C., making him the only university president to be elected to all three national academies.

Election to a National Academy is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to engineers, scientists and medical and health professionals.

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Celebrating Brains

Celebrating Brains

This weekend marked Carnegie Mellon University's 20 years of advancing brain research through its Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition — a joint venture with the University of Pittsburgh. As part of the festivities, CMU's Miller Gallery is displaying an art exhibit featuring work in and around the brain. This celebration further emphasizes CMU's commitment to BrainHub℠, an initiative that is harnessing the technology to help the world explore brain and behavior.

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Global Society & Economy

Remembering Steven Klepper

Remembering Steven Klepper

The late Steven Klepper left lasting legacies in everything that he did at Carnegie Mellon University and beyond. As a teacher, Klepper inspired thousands of CMU undergraduates with his introductory economics class, famously dubbed "Kleppernomics." To celebrate Klepper's career of innovation the Dietrich College held an international conference and memorial on Oct. 17.

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Next Generation Computing

CyberCorps Scholarships

CyberCorps Scholarships

For more than a decade, Carnegie Mellon University has participated in the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service, a federal program that aims to strengthen the workforce charged with protecting America's critical information infrastructure. CMU alumni in the program have gone on to apply their technology and policy expertise in positions with the U.S. government.

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