CMU Team Wins Fourth “World Series of Hacking" CompetitionCarnegie Mellon University's hacking team won its fourth "World Series of Hacking" title this weekend at the DefCon security conference in Las Vegas.
Students "Speak Up!" About Undergraduate ResearchDiscuss weeks of research in three minutes or less.
Entrepreneurs in Portugal Learn from CMU ExpertsFour startups are working with CMU experts as part of the CMU Portugal Program.
Making Educational Technology Work for EveryoneFriday, July 28, 2017
Making Educational Technology Work for EveryoneCMU Simon Initiative experts presented their learning science research at the global summit in Berlin.
Internship Offers Goodwill OpportunitiesThursday, July 27, 2017
Internship Offers Goodwill OpportunitiesQuinn Zsido is working as a strategy consultant at Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
CMU Method Enables Telescoping Devices To Bend and TwistThursday, July 27, 2017
CMU Method Enables Telescoping Devices To Bend and TwistThe structures could make robots that readily expand or shrink possible.
Alumnus Devon Smullen is All About That BassThursday, July 27, 2017
Alumnus Devon Smullen is All About That BassThe sounds of Devon Smullen's handmade bass guitars handmade can be heard around the world.
Computer Game a Building Block for EngineersWednesday, July 26, 2017
Computer Game a Building Block for EngineersCMU students are using the building blocks in a popular computer game to make materials.
CMU Hacking Team Looks for Win at DefConMonday, July 24, 2017
CMU Hacking Team Looks for Win at DefConThe Plaid Parliament of Pwning is looking to win the DefCon cybersecurity conference "Capture the Flag" competition.
14 Alumni Earn 17 Emmy NominationsSunday, July 23, 2017
14 Alumni Earn 17 Emmy NominationsCarnegie Mellon alumni and faculty have received more than 100 Emmy Awards to date.
Carnegie Mellon Math Professor Po-Shen Loh Featured on CBS Weekend NewsSunday, July 23, 2017
Carnegie Mellon Math Professor Po-Shen Loh Featured on CBS Weekend NewsAssociate Professor of Mathematical Sciences Po-Shen Loh is "no ordinary math teacher" according to a story that aired on the CBS Weekend News.
CMU Launches $20M Classroom and Learning Spaces Renovation ProjectWednesday, July 19, 2017
CMU Launches $20M Classroom and Learning Spaces Renovation ProjectCarnegie Mellon University is embarking on a multi-year, $20 million renovation project that will provide a dramatic upgrade for central teaching and learning spaces across the Pittsburgh campus.
Ph.D. Graduate Collaborates Internationally on Microscope Research TechniquesWednesday, July 19, 2017
Ph.D. Graduate Collaborates Internationally on Microscope Research TechniquesMadeleine Kelly spent two weeks at the University of Manchester in England collaborating on the use of a powerful electron microscope.
Researchers Find New Vehicle Emissions Deceptively CleanMonday, July 17, 2017
Researchers Find New Vehicle Emissions Deceptively CleanCarnegie Mellon researchers have found that newer gasoline vehicles emit less particulate matter, but vapors in the "cleaner" exhaust form particulate matter that can be just as harmful to human health.
Chodos Named Director of Carnegie Mellon's Miller GalleryWednesday, July 12, 2017
Chodos Named Director of Carnegie Mellon's Miller GalleryElizabeth Chodos has promoted the work of contemporary artists through residencies, higher education, exhibitions and public programming.
Carnegie Mellon Develops Landmark Achievement in Walking TechnologyTuesday, July 11, 2017
Carnegie Mellon Develops Landmark Achievement in Walking TechnologyResearchers have created a new technique that customizes walking assistance for individuals and lessens the amount of energy needed when walking.
Math Olympians Develop "Intellectual Fearlessness" at CMUMonday, July 10, 2017
Math Olympians Develop "Intellectual Fearlessness" at CMUThe world's best high school math students visited CMU to participate in the annual Mathematical Association of America's Mathematical Olympiad Summer Program.
Computer Reads Body LanguageThursday, July 06, 2017
Computer Reads Body LanguageThe real-time detector understands hand gestures and tracks multiple people, including, for the first time, individuals' hands and fingers.
Making Good on "Ideas for Good"Thursday, July 06, 2017
Making Good on "Ideas for Good"What began as a marketing campaign for an automobile company has turned into a passion project for Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute staff members.
Laurie Weingart Appointed Interim Provost of Carnegie Mellon UniversityThursday, July 06, 2017
Laurie Weingart Appointed Interim Provost of Carnegie Mellon UniversityA faculty member since 1989 and senior associate dean of education in the Tepper School of Business, Laurie Weingart's appointment as interim provost of Carnegie Mellon University is effective immediately.
Tepper School of Business Ranked #8 in Financial Times Ranking of Global MBA Programs for EntrepreneurshipMonday, July 03, 2017