Carnegie Mellon and Tsinghua Universities Renew Dual-Degree Masters ProgramStudents will learn from faculty at the top-ranked computer science programs in the United States and China.
Alumnus Helps Create Educational Hip-hop VideosSchool of Computer Science alumnus Landon Fears has combined his love of education and hip hop into a career with Flocabulary, a web-based learning program for all grades and subjects.
Your TV Guide to CMU's Alumni NetworkTuesday, August 30, 2016
Your TV Guide to CMU's Alumni NetworkThis fall, and throughout the year in television, Carnegie Mellon University alumni will take to the small screen in all of its iterations.
Researchers Make Key Discovery Toward Engineering Functional Breast TissueTuesday, August 30, 2016
Researchers Make Key Discovery Toward Engineering Functional Breast TissueThanks to a new study by CMU researchers, reconstructive surgery may soon also restore mothers' ability to nurse their children.
Center for Iranian Music To Host Persian Traditional Music ConcertTuesday, August 30, 2016
Center for Iranian Music To Host Persian Traditional Music ConcertEnsemble Zakhmeh-Del will perform at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Kresge Theatre in CMU's College of Fine Arts building.
Alumnus Puts College Athletes’ Mental Health Top of MindMonday, August 29, 2016
Alumnus Puts College Athletes’ Mental Health Top of MindVince Sonson is paying it forward, focusing on the mental well-being of student-athletes everywhere.
Shakespeare, Austen and the Cult of CelebrityMonday, August 29, 2016
Shakespeare, Austen and the Cult of CelebrityThe Folger Shakespeare Library examines their literary afterlives and how events and artifacts, like the shirt Colin Firth wore in the BBC miniseries "Pride and Prejudice," have affected their legacies and popularity.
Craig Street Crawl Engages Students, Builds CommunitySaturday, August 27, 2016
Craig Street Crawl Engages Students, Builds CommunityHundreds of students enjoyed the two-hour block party on a section Craig Street, between Forbes Avenue and Winthrop Street.
Convocation Sets Stage for a New BeginningFriday, August 26, 2016
Convocation Sets Stage for a New BeginningConvocation speakers encouraged members of the Class of 2020 to be themselves and to live with a purpose.
Jean Yang Named to Prestigious “Innovators Under 35” ListTuesday, August 23, 2016
Jean Yang Named to Prestigious “Innovators Under 35” ListThe magazine recognized Yang in the Visionary category of its innovators list for her work on a programming model that bakes security into applications.
Students Win Geothermal Design ChallengeMonday, August 22, 2016
Students Win Geothermal Design ChallengeTeams explored the future of geothermal energy by designing an infographic to tell a compelling story.
Welcome Class of 2020!Saturday, August 20, 2016
Welcome Class of 2020!Carnegie Mellon University welcomed the Class of 2020 to the Pittsburgh campus on Saturday, Aug. 20.
Three Scientific Tips for Going Back-to-SchoolSaturday, August 20, 2016
Three Scientific Tips for Going Back-to-SchoolWith more than 205 trillion ways to teach and learn, it's easy to understand why going back to school can be overwhelming for students and their instructors. Three research-based tips can help start the school year right.
Miller Gallery Hosts Works by Renowned French Architect and Le Corbusier Protégé José OubrerieFriday, August 19, 2016
Miller Gallery Hosts Works by Renowned French Architect and Le Corbusier Protégé José Oubrerie"Architecture With And Without Le Corbusier" and "The Chapel of the Mosquitoes" will be on display in the gallery Aug. 20-Nov. 13.
Not Your Average RideFriday, August 19, 2016
Not Your Average RideIncoming freshman Darian Cohen worked with his father to turn a school bus from Tennessee into a traveling, functional home.
Tips for New TartansFriday, August 19, 2016
Tips for New TartansEleven Carnegie Mellon University alumni, including Tony Award-winners Ren&#233;e Elise Goldsberry and Leslie Odom, Jr., offer advice to the class of 2020.
Alumni Tune Up Car MuseumWednesday, August 17, 2016
Alumni Tune Up Car MuseumCMU alumni working at The Scenic Route worked under the hood to help with the $125 million renovation of Los Angeles' Petersen Automotive Museum.
New Project Helps K-12 Students Become Fluent with Data and TechnologyWednesday, August 17, 2016
New Project Helps K-12 Students Become Fluent with Data and TechnologyTeachers from eight Pittsburgh-area school systems explored how to apply the concept of data and technology fluency in their schools during workshops this summer with CMU researchers.
Traffic Advisory: Three Oakland Streets to Close Aug. 20 as CMU First-Year Students Move InWednesday, August 17, 2016
Traffic Advisory: Three Oakland Streets to Close Aug. 20 as CMU First-Year Students Move InThe affected streets are Margaret Morrison, Tech and Morewood Avenue between Fifth and Forbes.
Photo Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Students Arrive On Campus; Will Engage With Pittsburgh Community During OrientationWednesday, August 17, 2016
Photo Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Students Arrive On Campus; Will Engage With Pittsburgh Community During OrientationCarnegie Mellon will welcome approximately 1,560 first-year students to campus on Saturday, Aug. 20, to begin a weeklong orientation program.
How Pokémon Go Could Affect Our Daily LivesThursday, August 11, 2016
How Pokémon Go Could Affect Our Daily LivesPok&#233;mon Go isn't just an international sensation that's drawn in millions of players, it's also a "game changer" for augmented reality.
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon Awarded Coveted NEH GrantWednesday, August 10, 2016
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon Awarded Coveted NEH GrantThe $325,000 Digital Humanities Award will allow the team to continue reconstructing Britain's early modern social network.
Carnegie Mellon Wins Third "World Series of Hacking" in Four YearsMonday, August 08, 2016
Carnegie Mellon Wins Third "World Series of Hacking" in Four YearsDefCon's Capture the Flag and other competitions give people a place to practice and hone their computer security skills.
Discovery Could Help Treatments for Sickle Cell DiseaseMonday, August 08, 2016
Discovery Could Help Treatments for Sickle Cell DiseaseAn interdisciplinary, international group of researchers has found new biophysical markers that could help improve the understanding of treatments for sickle cell disease.
CMU Spinoff Wins $2 Million in Cyber Attack ChallengeFriday, August 05, 2016
CMU Spinoff Wins $2 Million in Cyber Attack ChallengeForAllSecure, a Carnegie Mellon University startup, has won $2 million in prize money as winners of the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge.
CyLab Faculty Receive $1.1M NSF Award To Help Secure Internet of ThingsThursday, August 04, 2016
CyLab Faculty Receive $1.1M NSF Award To Help Secure Internet of ThingsVyas Sekar from the College of Engineering is collaborating with professors Yuvraj Agarwal and Srinivasan Seshan from CMU's School of Computer Science.
Android App Lets Visually Impaired in India Listen to Texts in Native LanguagesWednesday, August 03, 2016
Android App Lets Visually Impaired in India Listen to Texts in Native LanguagesThe text-to-speech software, developed by Carnegie Mellon University in collaboration with the Hear2Read project, can now be downloaded free of charge from Google Play.
Carnegie Mellon Lab Expands U.S. Education NetworkTuesday, August 02, 2016
Carnegie Mellon Lab Expands U.S. Education NetworkA program to empower students with technology is expanding to Atlanta and Salt Lake City.
Alumna Makes Olympic History for Qatar, AgainTuesday, August 02, 2016
Alumna Makes Olympic History for Qatar, AgainNada Arakji, a 2016 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, has arrived in Rio to swim the 100-meter butterfly.
High School Students Tie World Records for Solving Traveling Salesman ProblemMonday, August 01, 2016