Women in Data Science (WiDS), a conference made up of many satellite events in cities around the world, came to Pittsburgh for the first time in March.
The Summer Internship Opportunity Grants Program is designed to help undergraduate students achieve their career goals without having a large overhead. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 6.
Carnegie Mellon University attracted a record-breaking 24,351 applicants for admission to the Class of 2022, a 19 percent increase over last year's pool. Specifically, Dietrich College applicants increased by 29 percent.
In two new books out this year, Dilworth uses her fiction to explore two very distinct places.
Bror Saxberg, vice president of learning science at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, gave the fourth annual CMU Simon Initiative Distinguished Lecture. Saxberg discussed challenges in education, different learning science applications, examples of learning engineering and what his learning science group at CZI is trying to do.
Family Festival is designed to be student-led to allow children to switch roles with adults as the experts. They could tour nine rooms of demonstrations, displays, activities and games by 96 preschool and kindergarten students.
The educational technology game “Night Shift” has advanced to round three of #StatMadness. Voting ends Thursday, March 15 at midnight.
New research from Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh finds that, when learning a new task, the brain is less flexible than previously thought.
The film will screen for the first time in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, April 11 on CMU’s campus. Walt Wolfram, executive producer, will introduce the film.
Known for his enthusiastic engagement with students and his deep understanding for the CMU experience, Jahanian has been appointed as the 10th president of the University.
The advent of systems such as Google, YouTube and Wikipedia has made it seem as if all types of information are accessible at all times. Yet, for people who study spoken language in realistic conversations, none of those resources really help. Psychology Professor Brian MacWhinney has spent the past three decades addressing this gap.
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