NovemberSo far in the month of November, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.
CMU alumna named a Rhodes Scholar | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A recent Carnegie Mellon University alumna has been named a Rhodes Scholar for 2014.
Courtney Wittekind, of Mason, Ohio, is among the 32 American students across the country to receive the scholarship.
Researchers Are Trying To Teach Computers Common Sense | Business Insider/ Associated Press
Researchers are trying to plant a digital seed for artificial intelligence by letting a massive computer system browse millions of pictures and decide for itself what they all mean.
The Carnegie Mellon University project is called NEIL, short for Never Ending Image Learning. In mid-July it began searching the Internet for images 24/7 and, in tiny steps, is deciding for itself how those images relate to each other.
Why Carnegie Mellon Has the Most Ambitious Startup Founders | Keystone Edge
About every 10 days this year, a new startup company was created at Carnegie Mellon University. Even for the Pittsburgh school renowned for its technology and entrepreneurial advances, 36 new startups in one year is easily a record.
Carnegie Mellon Bringing Sciences Programs to Brooklyn | The New York Times
Joining a club that already includes Cornell University, New York University and Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University became the fourth institution of higher learning - and the first from out of state - to announce plans for an applied sciences program in New York City.
Subra Suresh formally installed as CMU president | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The ceremony was filled with speeches about solving world problems and heavy in reminders of what a 113-year-old Pittsburgh institution already has contributed in areas from the hard sciences to Hollywood.
But to some who watched, Friday's installation of Subra Suresh as Carnegie Mellon University's ninth president also was this: an illustration of the classic American dream, a first-generation college student who came to America to study and decades later is heading one of its top universities.
Hedge Fund Billionaire David Tepper Gives $67M To Carnegie Mellon | Forbes
Carnegie Mellon, the university created by the late-in-life generosity of billionaire Andrew Carnegie, continues to pin its present-day plans on the financial backing of another billionaire.
Hedge fund mogul David Tepper announced he'll give the school $67 million to create the David A. Tepper Quadrangle, the new home of Carnegie Mellon's business school, which is already named after him.
Delving into Digital Learning | Inside Higher Ed
Carnegie Mellon University will open the world's largest database on student learning to the public in an effort to identify best practices and standards for using technology in the classroom.
The initiative is named in memory of Herbert A. Simon, the prolific Carnegie Mellon scholar who was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1978.
Inkblot, the new fool-proof password system | The Times of India
Scientists claim to have developed a new 'inkblot' password system that could provide near-unbreakable layer of security against online password thefts.
The new password system called Gotcha developed at the Carnegie Mellon University could secure high-value information such as bank accounts - even if the password leaks as part of a large-scale site breach.
Carnegie Mellon Takes Top Spot in Part-Time MBA Ranking | Bloomberg Businessweek
Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business has claimed the title of top part-time MBA program for 2013.