April-Faculty & Staff News - Carnegie Mellon University

From important university news announcements to featured event listings, you'll find information here to help you stay informed. The Internal Communications team produces a weekly newsletter, called "The 8.5 x 11 News," which is published online and distributed every Thursday by email. To subscribe to the weekly e-newsletter, visit the subscription form. To find information from the past year, use the navigation index on the left to explore. If you have news of campus interest — an announcement, event, new video or new research endeavor — please pass it on to Internal Communications. Contact Bruce at bg02@andrew.cmu.edu or Heidi at opdyke@andrew.cmu.edu.

April

Thursday, April 25, 2013

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Parking Open Enrollment Continues Through May 3; New SMART ID Cards To Be Issued for Pittsburgh Campus; Vote for the New ID Card Design; Staff Council Elects New Officers; Vote for Staff Council At-Large Reps; Andy Award Nominations Now Open; Libaries Call for Nominations; Roberts Road To Close April 29-October 2015. MORE
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Personal Mention

This week's notables are: Nancy Ko; Alex John London; Illah Nourbakhsh; Jeffrey Zaslow and Elaine Konigsburg. MORE
Thursday, April 18, 2013

Interactive Spring Carnival

Spring CarnivalSpring Carnival is always a big celebration. This year, it's even bigger. In a year recognizing the success of the Inspire Innovation, and Scotch 'n' Soda's 75th anniversary, new twists will provide added dimensions to the fun. MORE
Thursday, April 18, 2013

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Vote for Most Innovative Carnival Booth; Meet Candidate for Dean of Libraries; Parking Open Enrollment Begins Monday, April 22; Help Choose the Next ID Card Design; Libaries Call for Nominations; Sorrells Library To Close for Renovations, May 15-Aug. 10; Carnegie Mellon Honors Student Employees; Vera Bradley Sale Benefits Pittsburgh Women's Shelter; Roberts Road To Close April 29-October 2015. MORE
Thursday, April 18, 2013

Personal Mention

This week's notables are: Laurie Barkman; Kiron Skinner; Faith Hall and Riley Ohlson; and Carol Hamilton. MORE
Thursday, April 11, 2013

Buhl Lecture

HoltkampWhile the best-known particle accelerators are enormous, bigger isn't always better. Norbert Holtkamp, associate laboratory director for the accelerator directorate at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, will provide a look at the future of accelerator technology when he delivers the Buhl Lecture in Theoretical Physics at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 23 in the Mellon Institute Auditorium. The lecture is free and open to the public. MORE
Thursday, April 11, 2013

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Seeking Your Input on Professional Development Opportunities; Meet Candidate for Dean of University Libraries; Sorrells Library To Close for Renovations, May 15-Aug. 10; Vera Bradley Sale Benefits Pittsburgh Women's Shelter; FMS Now Activating Cooling Systems; Roberts Road To Close April 29-October 2015; Staff Council Committee Changes Name To Better Reflect Mission; MPD Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary Friday; Student Activities To Present Student Organization Awards; Group Swimming Lessons Begin; Tartans Host Fun Field Day for Kids. MORE
Thursday, April 11, 2013

Personal Mention

This week's notables are: Aarti Singh; Diana Marculescu; Christopher Bettinger and Jay Whitacre; Justin Cranshaw and Julian Shun. MORE
Thursday, April 4, 2013

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Meet Candidates for Dean of University Libraries; Drama Alums Screen New Indie Film; Conflict Kitchen Reopens in Schenley Plaza; CMU Discount Available for Mercury Soul Friday; CMU-led Team Awarded Additive Manufacturing Funding; Group Swimming Lessons Begin; Spring Carnival Concert Features Ludacris; Staff Council Al-Large Nominations Open Through April 5; Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day Registration Now Open; Student Employee Appreciation Week; University Libraries Want Your Feedback; Tartans Host Fun Field Day for Kids; McGinnis Venture Competition Spotlights Student Innovation; Dietrich College Seeks Student Volunteers To Organize Colloquium; Road Closures for Scott Hall Construction. MORE