Carnegie Mellon Unveils Design for New Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University has unveiled the striking design of its new Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences, a 338,900 square-foot building that will host researchers and students from its Mellon College of Science (MCS) and School of Computer Science (SCS). The new building also will house the new Institute for Contemporary Art Pittsburgh (ICA), which serves as a critical hub for art, culture and exchange.
Carnegie Mellon Trustee Ray Lane and Stephanie Lane Invest $25 Million in CMU's Computational Biology Department
Carnegie Mellon University Trustee Ray Lane and his wife, Stephanie, have invested $25 million in support of the university’s boundary-breaking Computational Biology Department. The gift will establish an endowment to support the program’s strategic priorities and provide the funding for its future home in the new Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences.
$11M Bequest Will Advance Interdisciplinary Science at Carnegie Mellon University
A generous gift from the late Carl (S 56) and Amy Jones to Carnegie Mellon University will provide the Mellon College of Science (MCS) with significant resources as it creates the future of science through interdisciplinary collaborations. The $11 million bequest will create an endowment to support research, partnerships and education at MCS for decades to come.
Greatly expanded ICA to open in new location neighboring the Carnegie Museums
Carnegie Mellon University will create a new facility that will more than double its gallery space for the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) in a prominent new location thanks to a $15 million commitment from the Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation and the Henry L. Hillman Foundation.
CMU's new Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences will emerge as a new center of campus life
Made possible by a $75 million lead grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation, CMU's new Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences will be a next-generation building, designed for collaborative education and research across disciplines, will anchor the university's vision for the future of science.
Carnegie Mellon Receives $10 Million for Future of Science Initiative
Carnegie Mellon University Trustee Frank Brunckhorst has given $10 million to the university to support its boundary-breaking initiative for the future of science.
Carnegie Mellon, Richard King Mellon Foundation announce historic partnership
The Foundation has approved a $150 million grant to CMU — the largest single grant in the Foundation’s 74-year history. The first $75 million is the lead gift for a new cutting-edge science building on the CMU campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh.