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Six Carnegie Mellon Faculty Members Elected Fellows of American Physical Society

Six Carnegie Mellon faculty members have been elected fellows of the American Physical Society (APS). This represents the largest group of APS Fellows Carnegie Mellon has had in a single year.

Colossal Collaboration

Ray Li (S'17) and Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences Po-Shen Loh co-founded a website that leverages crowdsourcing to develop interactive educational experiences to teach math and science.

Physics Professor Ira Rothstein Pens Op-Ed for the Wall Street Journal

In “The Perils of Romanticizing Physics,” Rothstein writes about the popularization, and simplification, of physics in popular culture. (To read the full article, a subscription to the Wall Street Journal may be needed.)

CMU Teams Take Three of Top Five Spots at Regional Programming Competition

MCS first-year students Josh Brakensiek and Bill Cooperman and Jason Li, a senior computer science major, constitute Carnegie Mellon’s XP-Developers programming team, which has qualified to compete at the Association for Computing Machinery-International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals in Morocco next spring.

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Read the latest issue of our alumni magazine, Science Connection.