The Stories Behind Inspire Innovation
A Lasting Legacy
Read More Jim and Janel Miller made their first gift to the university because it seemed like the right thing to do. A quarter of a century later, it still does.
It All Adds Up
Read More It was 1947. Al Mengato (E’49) was playing intramural football with his fraternity brothers at Carnegie Tech when Mary Rita Grosswege (MM’51) walked by. One of Al’s fraternity brothers had already met Mary Rita and encouraged Al to ask her out. So he did.
Read More Kelly Chin (TPR’02) and her winter track teammates used to dream about having an indoor field house on campus where they could practice.
Read More As President and CEO of the World Environmental Center, Terry F. Yosie (HS'75, '81) still uses the skills he learned at Carnegie Mellon on a daily basis.
A Generation of Giving
Read More For Greg and Pat Polansky, Carnegie Mellon University - and giving back - is a family affair.
Pay it Forward
Read More If you were fortunate enough to have the opportunity of a lifetime, would you consider paying it forward?
Shaping Tomorrow's Leaders
Read More Russell T. Crockett Jr. (CIT'87) credits his Carnegie Mellon education and student advisors' support with playing crucial roles in his success in the chemical industry. ...
A Humanitarian Concern
Read More For the Remala family, philanthropy—and their interest in Carnegie Mellon—is a family affair. Rao Remala grew up in India before coming to America in 1981 to work for Microsoft, where he became an industry legend, writing the original code for the first Microsoft Windows platform.
Beyond the Classroom
Read More Shrinivas V. Dempo (TPR '95) had big shoes to fill. With a career at his family's business mapped out for him, he didn't need an MBA for job security. But Dempo knew that family connections don't ensure success.
Crossing Academic Boundaries
Read More Rakesh Ramde (TPR’96) earned his MBA from Carnegie Mellon and works in Silicon Valley’s high-tech industry. Yet it’s an aspiring Carnegie Mellon drama student he and his wife chose to support through their Andrew Carnegie Society Legacy Scholarship.
A Musical Matter
Read More Richard Randall has always loved music. First a listener, then performer, scholar and finally teacher, his perception of music has evolved over the years. But his passion hasn't faded. In fact, it's the reason for his research.
Energy, Environment, Sustainability
Keeping the Lights on
Read More In addition to a keen desire to stem the effects of global warming ...
Going the Extra Mile
Read More Eric Grotzinger and his wife, Shelley, quietly live each day 'giving back.'
Read More When opportunity knocks, Rick (E'84) and Jill (E'82) Creech make the most of it. With the help of financial aid packages, both were afforded the opportunity to attend Carnegie Mellon University. They jumped at the chance.
Read More Carnegie Mellon University's founder, Andrew Carnegie, famously said: "My heart is in the work."
Read More Carnegie Mellon University recently announced a $1 million endowment to name a CMU studio dedicated to the collaboration of art, technology and other disciplines across the university.
A Wise Investment
Read More It’s the people who set Carnegie Mellon apart from other universities. They’re also the reason Paul (S’86) and Allison (TPR’88) Russo choose to give back to the university today.
Health and Wellness
Read More Established in 2007 through a $5 million gift from Ray and Stephanie Lane, researchers at the Ray and Stephanie Lane Center for Computational Biology ...
An Animated Dream
Read More At Carnegie Mellon, our students combine arts with technology to create innovations with impact.
Part Loyalty. Part Giving Back.
Read More Angie Salame (TPR'07) gives back to the Carnegie Mellon University SIFE chapter for one important reason. The program helped her get to where she is today.
A Family Affair
Read More It was her father's dream - to have Judy Hallinen and her two siblings attend Carnegie Mellon. Amazingly, he saw all three graduate from the university, beginning a family tradition.
Read More “Thanks @CarnegieMellon for my science scholarship honoring alum/astronaut Judith Resnik…” Dinah Winnick posted to her Twitter account on the 25th anniversary of the Challenger disaster.