Chef Sizzles at Regional Culinary ChallengeGood things often come in threes. One of those is CulinArt Chef Aldo Ramirez's award-winning recipe for tri-tip beef.
Campaign UpdateFriday, April 01, 2011
Campaign UpdateWE can make a difference. Carnegie Mellon University is on track to reach the $1 billion goal of the Inspire Innovation campaign. Thanks in part to the support of our campus community, the university is in the homestretch to achieve this historic milestone. Visit cmu.edu/campaign for the latest campaign news and progress, or to make your gift today. Progress since January 31, 2011: $5,389,673.
CMU, Shrinivas Dempo Announce $3 Million GiftFriday, April 01, 2011
CMU, Shrinivas Dempo Announce $3 Million GiftShrinivas V. Dempo, chairman of the Dempo Group of Companies in Goa, India, has made a $3 million gift to endow a professorship at the Tepper School of Business. Dempo earned a graduate degree in industrial administration from CMU in 1998.
Directing the FutureFriday, April 01, 2011
Directing the FutureHollywood executive producer John Wells has made giving back to his alma mater a priority in his life.
Lecture SpotlightFriday, April 01, 2011
Lecture SpotlightFor years science fiction writers have dreamed up fanciful possibilities for what quantum computers can do, including jettisoning characters into parallel universes or creating their own alternate realities. Computer scientist Scott Aaronson is more interested in what quantum computers can't do.
Frankly SpeakingFriday, April 01, 2011
Frankly SpeakingStudents can now get motherly advice every Tuesday night without even calling home. "What Would Your Mother Say?" a candid talk show in its first season on WRCT 88.3 FM, Carnegie Mellon's student radio station, brings students together with a mother - unrelated to them - to discuss everything from dating, relationships and marriage, to social networking, academic stress, money and roommate etiquette.
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Celebrates 25 Years of Cutting-Edge TechnologyFriday, April 01, 2011
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Celebrates 25 Years of Cutting-Edge TechnologyThe Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) started from an idea over lunch in 1984.
CMU Responds to Japan CrisisFriday, April 01, 2011
CMU Responds to Japan CrisisThe trip to the Tokyo stock exchange wasn't quite what they expected. A group of students from the Tepper School of Business was in Tokyo when the massive earthquake struck Japan's northeastern coast on March 11.
Reveling in Robot InnovationsFriday, April 01, 2011
Reveling in Robot InnovationsRobots come in all shapes and sizes. Some look like cars or toys - others like humans - and their diversity will be celebrated at Carnegie Mellon during National Robotics Week, April 11-15.
Spring Carnival: Marketplace, Memory Lane Add to Midway OfferingsFriday, April 01, 2011
Spring Carnival: Marketplace, Memory Lane Add to Midway OfferingsA time machine will be part of campus soon. It won't hurl anyone into the distant future or the pre-historic past, but it will walk attendees through the 91-year history of Carnegie Mellon's annual Spring Carnival, which takes place April 14-16.
Q&A: Wallach, Staff Aid Students' Quest for ScholarshipFriday, April 01, 2011
Q&A: Wallach, Staff Aid Students' Quest for ScholarshipStephanie Wallach and her staff love working closely with students. And students love working with them.
Students Hit the Road To Tackle Social Media ChallengesFriday, April 01, 2011
Students Hit the Road To Tackle Social Media ChallengesThe course "Measuring Social Initiatives" at Heinz College is taking students everywhere from executive boardrooms to truck stops.
Watson Too Quick For StudentsFriday, April 01, 2011
Watson Too Quick For StudentsResearch won the day as IBM's Watson added Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh students to the list of humans it has soundly defeated in the game of "Jeopardy!"
Workshop Aims To Create Female Negotiators of All AgesFriday, April 01, 2011
Workshop Aims To Create Female Negotiators of All AgesWhen it comes to negotiating, women often hesitate. Linda Babcock is working to change that.
Educators Recognized for Work Inside and Outside ClassroomFriday, April 01, 2011