The R.M. Trueblood University Professor of Accounting and Economics, emeritus, was the inventor of triple-entry accounting and was recognized internationally for accounting research and practice.
Former Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science faculty member Hans Berliner died Jan. 13 in Riviera Beach, Fla. He was 87.
“Hacking / Modding / Remixing as Feminist Protest” features 22 artists, designers and developers working at the intersection of art and technology.
Lumi Barron has been painting and sketching the places she visits since she was in high school.
Carnegie Mellon will be part of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 16-20.
Martin Luther King Writing Award Winners Reveal Personal Stories of Self-Identity, Racism, Terrorism and More
The student winners will read their poems and essays at an awards ceremony at 4:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 16, in CMU’s Rangos Ballroom in the Cohon University Center.
An independent institute founded by Carnegie Mellon will receive more than $250 million to launch an advanced robotics manufacturing institute in Pittsburgh, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Friday.
Carnegie Mellon Provost Farnam Jahanian called for continuing investments in cybersecurity to meet the evolving challenges in securing cyberspace.
Play began Jan. 11 in a competition at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh that pits Carnegie Mellon artificial intelligence against four of the world's best professional poker players.
Heinz College Dean Ramayya Krishnan shared his expertise as a member of the "Smart Cities, Smart States, Smart Mobility" panel in Las Vegas.
Researchers are getting closer to understanding how your brain perceives faces and recognizes old friends you haven't seen in years.
The course of study was created to respond to the high demand for behavioral economists.
Four of the world’s best professional poker players will compete against artificial intelligence developed by Carnegie Mellon in an epic rematch beginning Jan. 11 at Rivers Casino.
Alessandro Acquisti, professor of information technology and public policy at CMU’s Heinz College, is the world's leading scholar in the economics of privacy.
The Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center will advance how businesses use technology to solve organization-wide issues and address compliance requirements.
Carnegie Mellon University has teamed up with Microsoft to enlarge Pittsburgh's pipeline for computer scientists.
From visits by President Barack Obama and Stephen Colbert to a record-number of first-year women in computer science and technology, Carnegie Mellon University continued to build new foundations and forge new paths with work that matters.
Chrystal Thomas will pursue a master’s degree in global affairs with a concentration in public policy at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
CMU students created an award-winning virtual reality experience themed around racially motivated police brutality.
Carnegie Mellon University’s Dudley Reynolds will lead policymakers and industry professionals at a February summit in Athens, Greece, to discuss the future of teaching English to speakers of other languages.
The annual Student-Athlete Academic Achievement Celebration celebrates junior and senior athletes who have excelled balancing studies and sports.
During last flu season, three forecasting systems developed at CMU were more accurate than 11 competing systems used by other external groups.
An internationally acclaimed statistician, Fienberg was best known for developing and using statistical applications to influence science and public policy in many areas.
Raj Rajkumar has helped Carnegie Mellon become a research hub for driverless technology.
Gift givers often make critical errors in gift selection during the holiday season.
J. David Creswell is being recognized for his contributions to the fields of health psychology and behavioral medicine.