JuneSo far in the month of June, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.
62 high school students hopeful of a musical crown | The Wall Street Journal
Kyle Selig, 20, of Long Beach, Calif., won the best actor award in 2010 and is now a student at Carnegie Mellon University. He returned to help out this year and managed to cram in a few auditions to Broadway shows, including "The Book of Mormon."
Carnegie Mellon robots aim to please | Reuters
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are designing modern day butlers - service robots that will one day help people with tasks like fetching coffee and cleaning up the kitchen.
Cute clothes mean serious business for ModCloth | The Houston Chronicle
The inability to pass up a good find could lead to some pretty dark places, starting with an overcrowded closet. But for CMU alumni and ModCloth's Susan Gregg Koger and husband Eric Koger, it may very well be the linchpin of their success.
Don't bother smiling, scientists are now able to tell if we are happy or sad using BRAIN SCANS | The Daily Mail
Scientists can now tell whether you are happy, angry, sad or even envious by using computer software to process brain scans. The study carried out by Carnegie Mellon University, asked actors to evoke key emotions while their brain activity was monitored.
This Amazing Tool Helps You Draw Pictures Like an Old Master | WIRED
Golan Levin, an associate professor of computation arts at Carnegie Mellon University, and Pablo Garcia, an assistant professor of contemporary practices at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago have created the modern-day version of a camera lucida, called a NeoLucida.
Nursing Home Tracks Residents' Every Move | Popular Science
Using security cameras and algorithms, researchers at Carnegie Mellon created a nursing home monitoring system that "located individuals within one meter of their actual position 88 percent of the time."
Carnegie Mellon Cheers Alumni Tony Award Winners | The Huffington Post
Seven alumni from Carnegie Mellon University took home Tonys, a glittery haul that was both a school record and a huge source of pride for a theater department that turns 100 next year.
The `Privacy Paradox' of Your Online Presence | Bloomberg TV
Carnegie Mellon's Alessandro Acquisti discusses online privacy trends in social media with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock."