"The future of science lies in combining the foundational sciences with automation, big data and technology. No other university is positioned to do this as well as Carnegie Mellon."
REBECCA W. DOERGE
Glen De Vries Dean, MCS
CMU Science Futures Facilities Fund
Your gift to this fund will support the construction of the Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences, a new home for science at CMU and a new entrance to campus that showcases the Mellon College of Science, and Carnegie Mellon University Cloud Lab that will revolutionize how academic reserach is done.
The Richard King Mellon Hall of Sciences, due to rise on Forbes Avenue adjacent to the Carnegie Museums, will facilitate collaborative research and education spanning multiple fields across the university and will inspire unanticipated intersections of ideas with its design for open collaboration. In addition to classrooms, teaching labs and other spaces, student and faculty researchers will have access to modern labs that are purposefully designed to be shared.
The Carnegie Mellon University Cloud Lab will be the first of its kind at a university. The remote-controlled, artificial intelligence-driven robotic facility will accelerate the speed of scientific discovery, spur collaboration in the scientific process and democratize science by removing the limitations of cost and availability of scientific equipment for both those inside Carnegie Mellon and the broader scientific community.
Dean's Innovation Fund
Help ensure the growth of the college by allowing the dean to act quickly to develop new programs and curriculum, retain key faculty, support students, improve outreach efforts, and take advantage of ground-breaking opportunities as they arise. Give to the Dean's Innovation Fund
Diversity Initiatives Fund
Champion the efforts to build a diverse and inclusive community at the Mellon College of Science that support areas such as curriculum development, student organizations, K-12 outreach programs, graduate student recruiting, faculty recruitment, and workshops to support faculty and TAs in their approaches to teaching, advising and mentoring students from a wide range of life experiences and backgrounds. Give to the Diversity Initiatives Fund
How to make a gift
Prefer to mail a check? Please make your check payable to Carnegie Mellon University, and mail to:
Carnegie Mellon University
P.O. Box 371525
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-7525
Don't forget to designate your gift. Please include the fund name, school, department or university initiative on the memo line of your check.
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