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What Does Privacy Look Like?

Researchers have amassed hundreds of images from people of all ages. The work is part of CMU's celebration of International Data Privacy Day, Jan. 28.

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A Personal Journey

Named after Homer's epic poem, the Odyssey program helps a select group of current sophomores chart remaining semesters at CMU.

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Idiosyncratic Brain Patterns

Research shows the brains of individuals with autism display unique synchronization patterns, which could impact earlier diagnosis of the disorder.

Kate Groschner

Churchill Scholar

Engineering senior Kate Groschner is one of 14 U.S. students to win this prestigious award. She is the 11th from CMU to receive the honor.

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