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CMU Responds to COVID-19

Shilpa Bakre
  • Marketing & Communications
  • 412-268-6578
Ryan Scarpino
  • Marketing & Communications
  • 412-268-2902

As the world experiences an unprecedented situation due to coronavirus, the CMU community is responding with innovative approaches to education, impactful research and a commitment to service.

If you are a CMU researcher, student or staff member who has relevant COVID-19 work underway, expertise to contribute, or ideas for addressing the pandemic, related policy, or aftereffects, please email stories@cmu.edu so we can help share your story.

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Text Reminders Boost Vaccine Appointments

Researchers find text messages are an effective method to encourage people to sign up and show up for COVID-19 vaccinations. Read more research news.

students walking on campus wearing masksWelcome New Grad Students; Orientation Takes New Twist

A growing suite of on-demand modules on Canvas will address timely topics and offer friendly reminders for new grad students as the semester unfolds. Read more student news.

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Tartans Aid India Through COVID Crisis

Members of the CMU community are working to use data to improve life for those in India most affected by COVID-19. Read more about resources for community outreach.

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