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Earlier this month, Rothberg returned to Carnegie Mellon as the first guest of The Innovators Forum, an exciting new series connecting the world's top innovative minds with the university community.
But Professor Norman Sadeh, along with other technology experts, has filed an amicus brief, contending that this warrantless use of GPS violates the Fourth Amendment. Sadeh, director of CMU's Mobile Commerce Laboratory and co-director of the School of Computer Science's Ph.D. Program in Computation, Organizations and Society, talked to the Piper about the ways GPS tracking is more invasive than other surveillance technologies that have been legally used without warrants.
Hundreds of them, unfortunately.
Beck, who joined CMU in 2010, is the executive officer of the Naval ROTC program for Carnegie Mellon, Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh and is an associate professor of Naval Science. He wants people to know about the lives of military personnel who are killed during battle.
When it comes to energy costs, the Army is grappling with how to continue to support national security and stay nimble at a time when energy costs are rising and budgets are being reduced.
Up-and-coming writers have few opportunities, so Marci Calabretta (HS'11) and Inès Pujos (HS'12) decided to do something about it. The creative writing majors launched their own literary journal.
The Adelaide-based campus held a 10-day short course in October on Human Capital Management in IT & Communications for 18 delegates from the Vietnamese Government's Ministry of Information and Communication.
Clevenger, principal horn of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1966, received an Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award during this year's Cèilidh Weekend.