Booklovers Have a FABS-ulous Time at LibrariesMonday, October 17, 2016
Booklovers Have a FABS-ulous Time at LibrariesBooklovers can find something for everyone in Carnegie Mellon's libraries.
On The ShelfPittsburgh may be "the most livable city in America," but the new crime book "Pittsburgh Noir" shows the city in a different light through 14 stories from the city's most famous writers, including Carnegie Mellon English professors Terrance Hayes and Hilary Masters.
Disaster Management Workshop Focuses on Emergency CommunicationsMonday, October 17, 2016
Disaster Management Workshop Focuses on Emergency CommunicationsCarnegie Mellon's Disaster Management Initiative (DMI) recently hosted its second annual disaster management workshop in Silicon Valley.
Ralston to Graduates: “May Your Boulders Be Blessings”Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Ralston to Graduates: “May Your Boulders Be Blessings”Aron Ralston dared this year's graduating students to be bold in life. "Whatever you can do - or dream you can do - begin it," Ralston (E'97) said during his keynote address at Carnegie Mellon's 114th Commencement. "Boldness has genius, magic and power in it."
Circulo Juvenil Teaches Kids About Greening the Earth — In SpanishWednesday, June 01, 2011
Circulo Juvenil Teaches Kids About Greening the Earth — In SpanishIn a special program by the Department of Modern Languages, children learned about ecology and plants - and grew a little themselves.
Entrepreneurs WantedWednesday, June 01, 2011
Entrepreneurs WantedCarnegie Mellon is the go-to place for budding entrepreneurs.
Barbara Smith Worked To Make CMU a Better Place For EmployeesWednesday, June 01, 2011
Barbara Smith Worked To Make CMU a Better Place For EmployeesListen to what people have to say, be a team player and keep a sense of humor.
Aamir Anwar Helps Alumni Around the World Stay ConnectedWednesday, June 01, 2011
Aamir Anwar Helps Alumni Around the World Stay ConnectedAamir Anwar is charting new territory as CMU's first director of international alumni relations. His task is to build and grow communities of Carnegie Mellon alumni who reside outside of the U.S. Since starting nearly three years ago, the number of international alumni chapters has risen from 9 to 14.
Professors Help Brighten City StreetsWednesday, June 01, 2011
Professors Help Brighten City StreetsThe School of Architecture's Remaking Cities Institute (RCI) is helping Pittsburgh with a bright idea.
Students Use Competition To Impact Villages in Sierra Leone, IndiaWednesday, June 01, 2011
Students Use Competition To Impact Villages in Sierra Leone, IndiaTwo Carnegie Mellon student teams working to improve the quality of life for rural communities in Sierra Leone and India successfully pitched their ideas to the Dell Social Innovation Competition, which received more than 1,400 entries from college students in 85 countries.
Promising FuturesWednesday, June 01, 2011
Promising FuturesMore than 200 sophomores and juniors from Pittsburgh-area high schools got a head start on selecting the college that's right for them at College Success 101 this past May at Carnegie Mellon.
Residence on Fifth Tops Summer Construction ProjectsWednesday, June 01, 2011