School & College News
The School of Drama kicks off its 2016-2017 season with a mixture of old and new plays that reflect on gender politics and social systems through several distinct lenses.
The startup SpringRole uses referrals to match jobs to great candidates — even those who may not have applied for the position.
The Sept. 30 event will bring together leading experts in early childhood development with local and state policymakers and practitioners.
Tracking sports stats is more than just a hobby. Sports analytics is a viable career — and major league teams are taking notice.
On Sept. 18, 2007, the late Randy Pausch delivered his "Last Lecture." Nine years later his messages continue to resonate and inspire.
At Carnegie Mellon University, teamwork doesn't just happen on the field for the nationally ranked women's soccer team. For three biological sciences majors, it follows them into the science lab.
CMU President Subra Suresh took one of the first rides in an Uber self-driving car, as the company rolled out its high-tech innovation in the home of autonomous vehicles.
Judith Light is one of eight Carnegie Mellon University alumni nominated for Prime Time Emmys this year.
Adam Simone came to Carnegie Mellon University in 2009 looking to sharpen his engineering skills with an entrepreneurial edge.
In a recent interview, Kovačević, head of CMU's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, said department and college leaders have put in a concerted effort to diversify the program.
When Mera Tegene envisions her future, she thinks big, with the aim of using chemistry to heighten the senses in virtual reality technology.
CMU’s Proportion of Undergraduate Women in Computer Science and Engineering Soars Above National Averages
While national efforts to encourage women to pursue degrees in key science and technology fields have flagged, Carnegie Mellon University has reached a new high-water mark this year, with women making up nearly half of this year’s incoming classes in the School of Computer Science and College of Engineering.
The Tepper School's Part-Time Online Hybrid MBA Program brought Julie Sfanos and John Surma career success — and marriage.
Professor Christos Faloutsos and his students created a method to see through camouflage that fraudsters use to make themselves look legitimate.
A study by CMU and Facebook finds personalized communication can boost your well-being.
Fans of William Shakespeare have a rare opportunity to view the first collected edition of his plays, known as the First Folio, now through Nov. 30 at the Posner Center.
The company will participate in the National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer's first University Startups Demo Day in Washington, D.C.
Since Sept. 8, 1966, humans have been boldly exploring the edges of space and what's possible.
Students will learn from faculty at the top-ranked computer science programs in the United States and China.
School 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.
This fall, and throughout the year in television, Carnegie Mellon University alumni will take to the small screen in all of its iterations.
Thanks to a new study by CMU researchers, reconstructive surgery may soon also restore mothers’ ability to nurse their children.
Ensemble Zakhmeh-Del will perform at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Kresge Theatre in CMU’s College of Fine Arts building.
Vince Sonson is paying it forward, focusing on the mental well-being of student-athletes everywhere.
The 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.
Hundreds of students enjoyed the two-hour block party on a section Craig Street, between Forbes Avenue and Winthrop Street.
Convocation speakers encouraged members of the Class of 2020 to be themselves and to live with a purpose.
The magazine recognized Yang in the Visionary category of its innovators list for her work on a programming model that bakes security into applications.
Teams explored the future of geothermal energy by designing an infographic to tell a compelling story.
Carnegie Mellon University welcomed the Class of 2020 to the Pittsburgh campus on Saturday, Aug. 20.
With 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.
“Architecture With And Without Le Corbusier” and “The Chapel of the Mosquitoes” will be on display in the gallery Aug. 20-Nov. 13.