Faculty & Staff News - Carnegie Mellon University


This Week's Headlines:

Alan AldaAlan Alda, whose passion for the arts, science and technology embodies CMU's distinctive interdisciplinary spirit, was the keynote speaker at Commencement, Sunday, May 17 in Gesling Stadium.  Read about what he had to say.

And watch the commencement speeches.

Artfully Done

Bill Peduto and Kathryn HeidemannAs a kid growing up abroad, the arts were universal languages that helped CMU's Kathryn Heidemann (pictured with Mayor Bill Peduto) acclimate to new cultures. They also were the foundation for a career that enables her to help ensure the arts' survival. Read more in this month's Piper

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Calendar Highlights

Calendar Highlights provides a glance at upcoming events at Carnegie Mellon. MORE
Thursday, May 21, 2015

News Briefs

Jack RabbitThis week's news briefs include: Tepper Quad Prep Begins; Waterproofing Underway at Wean Hall Plaza; VentureBridge Announces Inaugural Companies; ASCE Honors CMU Chapter; Girl of Steel To Lead Computing Camp; Purchase Tickets to the Opera; PSO Discounts for CMU; Kennywood Picnic is June 13; Idlewild and Hershey Park Offer Discounts for CMU.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Personal Mention

Janet FeindelRobert KelleyThis week's notables are: Robert Kelley; John Graham; and Mariana Achugar, Kenya Dworkin and Felipe Gomez.


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