You can’t fool Mother Nature, but you can learn from her. CMU researchers and students have found inspiration from her for a variety of projects. The process, called biomimicry, is an innovative method that seeks sustainable solutions by emulating nature’s patterns and strategies.
Quick and creative thinking is important during a job interview. It’s also important on stage. Carnegie Mellon’s student improv troupe, the No Parking Players, are using what they’ve learned through a hobby and applying it to their work.
Alia Poonawala looks at human life through different lenses. This year’s commencement speaker, Poonawala is a biological sciences and drama major, who will share her experiences in a speech titled “Cor inquietum” — Latin for “restless heart.”