CMU Spinoff Duolingo Translates Success
Duolingo, a Carnegie Mellon spinoff, is the first Pittsburgh-based tech startup to be valued at more than $1 billion
Faculty Check-In: Here's what Roger Dannenberg is working on
Alumni ask for updates from their former professors
Alumna Terry Babcock-Lumish’s dream job at The Truman Foundation has brought her full circle to lead a community that changed her life
Creators, innovators, entrepreneurs, game-changers. This is the Carnegie Mellon community — alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, friends, corporations and foundations.
Stretching across the globe — and sometimes beyond — this community of founders is leading the way toward our society’s brighter future. How? Because our heart is always in the work, and we know our work matters.
Connect with alumni and other members of the community, create your legacy with a philanthropic investment or build a partnership between your organization and Carnegie Mellon.
Make Possible is a five-year comprehensive campaign to raise substantial support for CMU’s key strategic projects and initiatives that will: accelerate CMU’s trajectory as the leader at the nexus of technology and humanity; empower our ambitious people and programs; and fuel innovations that transform the human experience.