SeptemberSo far in the month of September, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.
Zachary Quinto uses movie stardom to get to the Broadway stage | NorthJersey.com
Success in Hollywood came quickly for Carnegie Mellon alumnus Zachary Quinto, and it became the stepping-stone he was hoping for.
Duolingo Takes Online Teaching To The Next Level, By Crowd Sourcing New Languages | Forbes
Carnegie Mellon computer science professor Luis von Ahn, co-founder of language-learning app Duolingo, who despite being 34 is considered one of the fathers of crowd sourcing. He created the company with Severin Hacker, a Swiss, PhD student of Von Ahn's at Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science.
CMU robotics lands chopper without pilot | Pittsburgh Business Times' Morning Edition blog
Carnegie Mellon University was part of a team that successfully landed the first big helicopter automatically.
The Evolution of the Bioinspired Robot | PBS
If you're not prepared for the sight of them, Howie Choset's robot snakes can make you jump. They slither between chairs and tables in his Carnegie Mellon lab, rear their heads to peer into crevices, and inch their way along pipes on the ceiling.
Fed Historian: White House 'Behaved Abominably' on Summers | The Wall Street Journal's Washington Wire
Allan Meltzer, a Carnegie Mellon University professor who has written several books chronicling the history of the central bank, said the White House's indecisiveness was unprecedented.
Serious Games And The Future Of Education | Forbes
Modern developments in technology and brain science may have come together to create a massive change in the way we think about education. Carnegie Mellon professor Jesse Schell, founder and CEO of Schell Games, sees the shift not something that will happen in the near future but as something already happening.
The NSA sponsors 'cyber operations' training at universities. Here's what students learn | The Washington Post's The Switch blog
Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh became one of the latest -- and most prestigious -- schools to partner with the National Security Agency on a program designed to recruit young cyberspies.
Pa. congressman rides in computer-operated car | CBS News/ Associated Press
Rep. Bill Shuster, a Republican from Altoona, made a 33-mile trip from Cranberry Township to Pittsburgh International Airport in a computer-operated car.
The so-called driverless Cadillac SRX was designed by Carnegie Mellon University researchers who have been working on the project since 2008.