School & College News
A brother and sister, both graduates of CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center, team up and thrive in South Korea's "Silicon Valley."
The projects range from creating advanced diagnostics for mild traumatic brain injury to studying how the brain responds to mechanical stimuli.
The agreement calls for $2.4 million in fellowships over the next five years, which will support Indian students seeking advanced degrees at CMU in science, math and engineering.
As part of President Suresh's first official visit to India, CMU and the Indian government are creating fellowships for Indian students.
A multidisciplinary team from CMU will transport elements of humanity via the arts to outer space.
Kate Barraclough will provide strategic direction for the Tepper School's top-ranked MBA program and represent the program to current and prospective students.
When travelers visit Expedia's website they may find it assuring to know that Rebecca Shore has traveled the path before them.
CMU chemists have developed two novel methods to characterize 3-dimensional macroporous hydrogels — materials that hold great promise for catalysts, chemical detectors, tissue engineering and more.
The grant will allow professors to teach mice to use brain-computer interfaces, which could provide new information about the neural basis of learning, behavior and motor control.
Babcock focuses on negotiations and dispute resolution research with specific attention to gender differences in negotiation and how people react when women negotiate.
CMU alumna Deren Guler (S'09, A'12) is making a name for herself with kits combining design and science.
In an opinion piece published in Science, top scientists from CMU, the University of California, MIT, Georgia Institute of Technology and other leading institutions outline what can be done to better ensure research integrity.
A student startup, which just won the U.S. Department of Energy's National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition, says retrofitting a tractor trailer with electricity could cut fuel costs 30 percent.
As head of corporate social responsibility and sustainability at Vodafone Qatar, CMU-Q alumna Dana Haidan is making an impact.
Procaccia is being honored for his contributions to the fields of computational social choice and computational economics.
The CRA selected Jahanian for his work as the NSF's assistant director for Computer and Information Science and Engineering from 2011 to 2014.
A startup is helping teams get ideas off the ground with assistance from CMU's Project Olympus.
Jacobo Carrasquel will be using videos, optional mini-lectures and an online software application called Classroom Salon to reach more students.
New research examines how histories are harmful in negotiations, particularly when an event benefited one party at the other’s expense.
A new book by CMU’s Christopher N. Warren discloses how a Bush Administration lawyer misinterpreted cultural history to justify War on Terror activities.
Webster, dean of University Libraries, will facilitate the growth of the Integrative Design, Arts and Technology Network.
Masters joined the Department of English in 1983 and spent the past 32 years inspiring students. He died on Sunday, June 14, at the age of 87.
By combining chemistry and engineering, CMU researchers say a polymer found in nature could enhance building materials.
As part of the White House’s first Week of Making, June 12–18, CMU is releasing a national trend report on making in higher education and students and faculty are showcasing their work in the nation's capital.
Despite the increasing use of technology, CMU researchers demonstrated that kids still need physical experiments to enhance their learning.
Catalysts created by Carnegie Mellon University chemist Terrence J. Collins effectively and safely remove a potent and dangerous endocrine disruptor from wastewater.
CMU's Illah Nourbakhsh says the Maker Movement has empowered people to create projects that make life more livable and sustainable.
The gift from alumnus James R. Swartz, founding partner of the global venture capital firm Accel Partners, will support entrepreneurship across all disciplines.
The research reveals that the brain's "filing system" is the same for everyone.
Nearly 600 researchers from 22 countries will convene at CMU June 15 — 17 to participate in the 89th annual meeting of the American Chemical Society Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry.
Incoming student Nicholas Erikson is part of the CMU community representing the U.S. in sound & other disciplines at the Olympics of theatrical art.