Carnegie Mellon University

Lectures & Events

NeuroHackathon: Bringing The Power of Machine Learning and Computer Science to Decipher Brain Function

Monday, May 21 & Tuesday, May 22, Newell Simon 3305

Participants for the 2018 NeuroHackathon include undergraduate and graduate-level students representing broad disciplines across campus ranging from machine learning, statistics, language technologies, psychology and more.

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CMU Community Picnic

Wednesday, May 23, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Wiegand Gym and Resnik Hall

The annual CMU Community Picnic is an opportunity for staff to come together to celebrate the successes achieved over the past year and for university leaders to thank staff for a "job well done." The picnic is presented by the Office of the Vice President for Operations, Human Resources and Staff Council with support from the Office of the President.

Symposium on Discourse Analysis featuring Professor Barbara Johnstone's Ph.D. students

Wednesday, May 23, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Rachel Mellon Walton Room

The symposium on discourse analysis is a one-day symposium on "Discourse Analysis and Rhetorical Study" which is dedicated to Barbara Johnstone. Professor of English and Linguistics in the Department of English. At the end of the spring semester, Johnstone will be retiring after an outstanding career. For the past two decades of her career, the CMU community has been fortunate to have her, where she advised and mentored numerous Ph.D. students in Rhetoric as well as those who moved on to become great teachers and scholars in their own right. Registration is required. Please RSVP to Vickie McKay by May 14.