OctoberSo far in the month of October, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.
CMU professor shares in prestigious Stockholm University prize | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A Carnegie Mellon University criminology professor has won a prestigious award from Stockholm University in Sweden.
Daniel S. Nagin, whose research has focused on the effectiveness of incarceration as a deterrent and mandatory minimum sentences, will share the 2014 Stockholm Prize in Criminology with a Stanford University professor.
Suresh Gets Triple Honor | The Chronicle of Higher Education
Subra Suresh, president of Carnegie Mellon University, was one of 70 people who were elected members of the Institute of Medicine this year.
That makes him the only current university president and one of only 16 living Americans who are members of all three National Academies
Anki Drive Review: Slot-Car Racing for the Robotics Age | TIME
A startup called Anki, founded by Carnegie Mellon scientists, aims to bring advanced robotics and artificial intelligence technologies into the home.
Is Acatar It? | Inside Higher Ed
Carnegie Mellon University may have found a way to expand its reach in Acatar, a flipped-classroom platform provider that also helps institutions offer for-credit courses online.
Work at CMU laid ground for economics Nobel | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Uncertainty plays a large role in economics, but Dennis Epple, head of economics at Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, has long felt confident about one particular outcome: that Lars Peter Hansen, a University of Chicago economist who started his career at CMU, would one day win the Nobel prize for economics.
A car that drives itself | "CBS Evening News" with Scott Pelley
A fully-autonomous vehicle was designed by engineers at the GM Collaborative Research Lab at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. The vehicle can detect everything from stop signs to traffic lights.
A Conversation with Former National Science Foundation Director Subra Suresh | WILL Radio's "Focus," NPR affiliate at University of Illinois
When Subra Suresh was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate as director of the National Science Foundation in September 2010, he made history as the first Asia-born director of the organization.Today, he serves as President of Carnegie Mellon University.
Actor Billy Porter takes center stage at home | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Tony Award-winner Billy Porter was at the Philip Chosky Theatre on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, a return engagement to the place where the Pittsburgh native honed his craft as a student and gave back as an instructor.