Strategic Plan Will Live, Evolve on the WebCMU's new 10-year strategic plan, which will guide the university's growth to 2025, will live and breathe on an innovative website that allows users to see the connections across a rich web of goals and strategies.
At Your ServiceWhether it's leading the Kiltie Band, helping students navigate through college finances, keeping campus safe, improving the research administrative process or improving the HR function for employees, the 2015 Andy Award winners all work diligently to make Carnegie Mellon a better place. Read about this year's winners.
TCS Invests in CMU's "Secret Sauce"Tata Consultancy Services is the latest company to get a taste of Carnegie Mellon's "secret sauce." And it wants a whole lot more.
Parents' PerspectivesFriday, September 04, 2015
Parents' PerspectivesAnne Witchner has been leading CMU's orientation for more than two decades, but this year, she arrived on Move-In Day with a different title: Mom. Read about her and other faculty and staff parents who are getting a new orientation to CMU.
Gender EquityFriday, September 04, 2015
Gender EquityReports of sex discrimination, sexual violence and harassment make the headlines nearly every day. But many people affected by misconduct never report it to anyone. Read what CMU is doing to expand on its Title IX efforts, and the two staff members who are taking the helm.
Good As GoldFriday, September 04, 2015
Good As GoldEvery coach wants nothing more than to see his or her team succeed. As team leader of the United States' International Mathematical Olympiad team, Associate Professor of Mathematics Po-Shen Loh proudly watched as his team achieved the ultimate success.
“#OpenCMU” Campaign LaunchesFriday, September 04, 2015
“#OpenCMU” Campaign LaunchesUniversity Libraries is getting researchers to "open up" about openness. Read more on the launch of their #OpenCMU campaign, and join the conversation.
"Intelligent" Training Tool To Improve Cancer TreatmentFriday, September 04, 2015
"Intelligent" Training Tool To Improve Cancer TreatmentProstate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men according to the American Cancer Society. Engineers at CMU are taking advantage of recent developments in computer hardware and computation techniques to help doctors shorten the learning curve for surgeons working to treat the disease.
Growing PainsFriday, September 04, 2015
Growing PainsHarsh climates make grape-growing a challenge for farmers in Australia's Wine Country. Three former classmates from the Heinz College in Adelaide are developing solutions for improving crop health with their research project that involves an unmanned aerial vehicle and Big Data analytics.
Alumna Changes the World on “Sesame Street”Friday, September 04, 2015
Alumna Changes the World on “Sesame Street”As a child growing up in the Bronx with parents from Puerto Rico, Manzano says she remembers watching television and never seeing her life experience reflected in the shows of the time. Read about what she did to change that.
Be Our GuestFriday, September 04, 2015
Be Our GuestThe School of Drama has announced its 2015-2016 season, featuring guest directors Patrick Wilson (A'95) and Sasha Illiev. Wilson will be directing "The Full Monty," in which he starred on Broadway, and Illiev will direct a devised Commedia dell'Arte piece based on Flaminio Scala's "The Plague in Venice."
Be S.A.F.E.Friday, September 04, 2015
Be S.A.F.E.Campus police are now offering a 2-hour safety awareness program to prevent crimes of sexual violence in the community and to educate women about realistic options that will help them avoid, escape and survive assaults if they do occur. Find out more, and schedule a presentation for your department or campus group.
Trouble on the Train TracksFriday, September 04, 2015
Trouble on the Train TracksAn emergency response desktop drill brought together more than 45 staff members from across the university to discuss strategies and activities in response to a train fire near the Collaborative Innovation Center.
Professor Puts Talents on IceFriday, September 04, 2015