CMU Plays Major Role in Global Pre-College Science ExtravaganzaThe Intel International Science and Engineering Fair is in good hands with the keynote speaker, 44 judges and the chair of the Pittsburgh Local Arrangements Committee all coming from Carnegie Mellon.
ETC’s Ralph Vituccio Co-Creates Video Installation for Cuban FestivalVituccio, an assistant teaching professor at the Entertainment Technology Center and an award-winning filmmaker and documentarian, will be co-presenting at the 2015 Havana International Biennale, May 21-June 22.
New Building, New VisionComputer-generated renderings for the new Tepper School building, a 295,000 square-foot, five-story marvel with underground parking, were recently unveiled by the project team.
Celebration of EducationFriday, May 01, 2015
Celebration of EducationAt this year's Celebration of Education, CMU paid tribute to the extraordinary efforts and achievements of four distinguished educators for their unparalleled commitment to helping others succeed. And this year's winners are ...
40,000 and CountingFriday, May 01, 2015
40,000 and CountingSometime before the May 1 deadline for enrollment, one of the 4,863 prospective Tartans offered admission this year became the 40,000th student to enroll at CMU during Mike Steidel's 29-year tenure as admission director.
Artfully DoneFriday, May 01, 2015
Artfully DoneAs a kid growing up abroad, music, dancing, visual arts - even culinary arts - were universal languages that helped CMU's Kathryn Heidemann acclimate to new cultures. They also were the foundation for a career that enables her to support the arts in ways that help ensure their survival.
Building BlocksFriday, May 01, 2015
Building BlocksCMU Architecture Professor Christine Mondor, appointed chair of Pittsburgh's Planning Commission by Mayor Bill Peduto, leads an eight-member group charged with guiding land use and development in the city.
Abel DevelopmentFriday, May 01, 2015
Abel DevelopmentKim Abel has transformed staff development at CMU into a model program for human resources. It was recently honored as one of 10 finalists for "The People Do Matter Awards," presented by the Pittsburgh Human Resources Association.
Oscar Winner Returns To Share Virtues of CMU Drama EducationFriday, May 01, 2015
Oscar Winner Returns To Share Virtues of CMU Drama EducationAcademy Award-winning actress Holly Hunter (A'80) returned to the School of Drama the first week of April to talk with students about the craft of acting and her own career trajectory.
On the ClockFriday, May 01, 2015