Grazing Goats Return for an EncoreThe hungry, four-legged, eco-friendly landscapers will return to Carnegie Mellon, Sept. 28 - Oct. 3 to eat the new growth on the hillside between the Gates Center and Purnell Center for the Arts.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Louis von Ahn, Andre Platzer, A.M. Salaz and Brian Mathews.
News BriefsGlobal Languages and Cultures Room Brings the World to Campus; INTERSECT@CMU Addresses Intersections of Business and Technology; Headspace Guided Meditation Free to CMU Community; Alumna Uses Tech To Disrupt Art Collecting; and more.
Corry Is Building Community at CMU; Leads CMWA Service ClubJessica Corry is working to build relationships for the Information Networking Institute and the Carnegie Mellon Women’s Association.
Square Project Will Serve as Campus ConnectorAs the Carnegie Mellon campus expands to the north and west, the Square Project aims to be the tie that binds.
Brewer Helps Usher Tepper’s Move to the QuadBrianna Brewer is a team player in a building built for teamwork.
News BriefsUniversity Lecture Series Revival Begins with Nikki Giovanni; Undergraduate Business, Engineering Programs Move Up in US News Rankings; Find Help, Offer Services Through CareLink; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Anthony Foxx, Heidi Magnelia, B. Erik Ydstie and Danielle Wenner.
University Lecture Series Revival Begins with Critically Acclaimed Author, PoetNikki Giovanni will share her eloquent words of wisdom, spanning the civil rights movement, politics, love and art.
Rugege's Vision Now a RealityThursday, September 06, 2018
Rugege's Vision Now a RealityCrystal Rugege, a Heinz College alumna and Rwanda native, is driving the vision for CMU-Africa.
Personal MentionWednesday, September 05, 2018
Personal MentionColin Clarke will testify before a U.S. House Subcommittee on Terrorism and Illicit Finance. Also making news are Janel Sutkus and Michael Bockstaller.
News BriefsWednesday, September 05, 2018
News BriefsMiller ICA Debuts with "Reading Women"; Carnegie Bosch Institute Moves to College of Engineering; Swartz Center Names New Innovation Fellows; Fire Safety Awareness Month; and more.
News BriefsWednesday, August 29, 2018
News BriefsClass of 2022 "Dares to Discover"; CMU-Alert Test Friday; Tepper School Hosts ProductCamp Sept. 22; Flu Vaccine Clinics Get Underway; Funding for PSC's Bridges Extended; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, August 29, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Andrew Moore, Wendy Arons, Kit Needham, Daniel Oppenheimer and Robert Cavalier.
What's Cookin' on Campus?Tuesday, August 28, 2018
What's Cookin' on Campus?Dining Services at Carnegie Mellon University is cooking up re-imagined menus all across campus.
Lane Leads Revival of Floor Marshal ProgramTuesday, August 28, 2018
Lane Leads Revival of Floor Marshal ProgramFire safety specialist Steve Lane is working to rebuild Carnegie Mellon’s floor marshal program from the ground up.
News BriefsWednesday, August 22, 2018
News BriefsAlumni Tag Team Their Way Through Hollywood; Vote for CMU in SXSW PanelPicker; Educators Undergo Transformation at LearnLab Summer School; Swartz Center Seeks Teams for I-Corps Program; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, August 22, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Edgar Mendoza, Elizabeth Chodos, Kathy Newman and Drew Gehling.
Witchner Has Led Orientation to National ProminenceSunday, August 19, 2018
Witchner Has Led Orientation to National ProminenceAnne Witchner is the architect of Carnegie Mellon’s nationally recognized, award-winning undergraduate orientation program.
News BriefsWednesday, August 15, 2018
News BriefsRobotics Team Delivers Pipe-Crawling Robot to DOE; CMU Joins Meltwater To Advance Data Science; Growing Fat Cells on Silk May Help Scientists Understand Diseases; Parking Permit Distribution; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, August 15, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Michael McQuade, Shelley Anna, Sheng Shen and Ty Walton.
Porter Drives Parking at CMU to Next LevelTuesday, August 14, 2018
Porter Drives Parking at CMU to Next LevelMichelle Porter, director of Parking and Transportation Services, has always been driven to succeed.
Malaika Supports Africa’s Future LeadersWednesday, August 08, 2018
Malaika Supports Africa’s Future LeadersHelping to create Africa’s future is not just business for Sandra Malaika, it’s personal.
Personal MentionWednesday, August 08, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Lori Levin, Carlee Joe-Wong, Joe Mertz, Lisa Tetrault and Aryn Gittis.
News BriefsWednesday, August 08, 2018
News BriefsChildren's School Attracts Generations of Families; Floor Marshal, Active Shooter Training Sessions Offered; PSC-Led Conference Hosts Experts in Advanced Research Computing; and more.
CMU Police, Staff Honored for Life-Saving EffortsTuesday, August 07, 2018
CMU Police, Staff Honored for Life-Saving EffortsCMU’s Police Department hosted a ceremony honoring five of its officers and a university staff member for their involvement in two recent life-saving efforts in the community.
Personal MentionWednesday, August 01, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Linda Argote, Angela Campbell, Anna Siefken, Linda Babcock, Maria Kurnikova and Kim Bittner.
News BriefsWednesday, August 01, 2018
News BriefsArchitect Reveals Design of TCS Hall; CMU Takes Top Spots in Microsoft Competition; Libraries To Implement Food Policy Changes; Dining Venues Getting a Refresh; Whitehead Could Revolutionize Medicine; and more.
Papinchak Goes on the RecordWednesday, August 01, 2018
Papinchak Goes on the RecordAs CMU's registrar for 24 years, John Papinchak keeps a busy schedule.
News BriefsWednesday, July 25, 2018
News BriefsNew Fitness Center Opens in Tepper Quad; CMU Achieves Reaccreditation Through 2026; CMU Police To Conduct Active Shooter Drill July 30; Changes to Designated Smoking Areas; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, July 25, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Anne Skaja Robinson; Ryan Sullivan; Marlene Behrmann; Adam Bjorndahl; and Melanie Lucht.
DeFabio Realizes Value in Staying ConnectedWednesday, July 25, 2018
DeFabio Realizes Value in Staying ConnectedLynn DeFabio, director of Alumni Relations for campus and volunteer programs at Carnegie Mellon, has made a career out of connecting people.
News BriefsWednesday, July 18, 2018
News BriefsGene Editing Technique Cures Disorders in Mice; Fireworks July 21; Seeking Nominations for Alumni Awards; New Procedure to Serve Alcohol at University Events; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, July 18, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Dena Haritos Tsamitis; Bernhard Haeupler, Louis-Philippe Morency and Jean Yang; Ivan Bhatia and Daniel Omeiza; Sara Moussawi and Jeria Quesenberry.
Yazemboski Hosts Thousands of Summer GuestsMonday, July 16, 2018
Yazemboski Hosts Thousands of Summer GuestsAs director of Conference & Events Services and Pre-College Summer Studies, Beth Yazemboski and her staff serve as a “one-stop logistics shop” for external groups holding conferences on campus and for the six-week residential Pre-College program.
Personal MentionTuesday, July 10, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Anna Siefken, Barbara Johnstone, Tzahi Cohen-Karni, Michal Friedman, Thomas Scanlon, Ipek Ozkaya and Leigh Metcalf.
News BriefsTuesday, July 10, 2018
News BriefsCMWA Names New Officers; Last Call for Andy Award Nominations; Staff Council Passes Resolution Supporting Parental Leave Proposal; Rohr Commons Opens in Tepper Building; and more.
Blair’s Eventful Career Keeps Him Plugged InWednesday, June 27, 2018
Blair’s Eventful Career Keeps Him Plugged InKenny Blair keeps the cameras rolling, the TV monitors on and the sound turned up as Media Services’ principal equipment technician.
News BriefsWednesday, June 27, 2018
News BriefsDriving Toward the Intersection of 3D Printing and Machine Learning; Dining Begins Partnership with Chartwells; Tartans Post Impressive Academic Numbers; Weight Watchers at CMU; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, June 27, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are MCS Staff Award winners Debra Nigra, Rozita Laghaei, Brenda Chambers, Heather Corcoran, Iulia Dumitriu, Christine Gilchrist, Thomas Maiden and Matthew Salyers.
In a Jam, You Can Count on EllisTuesday, June 26, 2018
In a Jam, You Can Count on EllisWith hundreds of copiers on campus, Cornella Ellis is like a fish in water.
News BriefsTuesday, June 19, 2018
News BriefsCMU Hosts July 4 Campus Celebration; CMU Wins Two Case Awards; Community Celebrates LGBTQ+ Pride; Employee Perks and Discounts; Nominations Now Open for Andy Awards; and more.
Personal MentionTuesday, June 19, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Alan Waggoner; Kathryn Roeder; and Jodi Forlizzi, Aniket Kittur, Brad Myers and Carolyn Rose.
CMU Hosts July 4th Campus CelebrationMonday, June 18, 2018
CMU Hosts July 4th Campus CelebrationJoin us on July 4th for a family friendly Independence Day Celebration.
Antkowski Paints Pretty Picture at Work, PlayMonday, June 18, 2018
Antkowski Paints Pretty Picture at Work, PlayMarygrace Antkowski loves the diversity and work/life balance in the Materials Science and Engineering Department.
Professors Bike to Elite State ChampionshipWednesday, June 13, 2018
Professors Bike to Elite State ChampionshipProfessors Stefanie Sydlik and Shawn Litster won the Pennsylvania State Elite Bicycle Championship.
News BriefsWednesday, June 13, 2018
News BriefsStudents Propose Ways To Reduce Lead Levels in Homes; Analyzing Brain Data in New Ways; Andy Award Nominations Now Open; College Prep Program for Students; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, June 13, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Roni Rosenfeld, Mike Smith and Rahul Telang, Lenore Blum, Dan Smyers, Zoe Wright and Logan Plath.
McIntyre Takes Pride in Being HeardTuesday, June 12, 2018
McIntyre Takes Pride in Being HeardWhether he is writing or singing, Douglas McIntyre aims to be heard.
Personal MentionWednesday, June 06, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are James Garrett Jr., Kim Hochstedler, Amanda Thiele and Bryan Jangro.
News BriefsWednesday, June 06, 2018
News BriefsLast Call for Kennywood; Summer Bicycling Program; Nominations Open for 2018 Andy Awards; Celebration Honors Carnegie Heroes; College Success Program; New Purchasing Policy in Effect; and more.
Schutzeus Serves His Customers WellTuesday, June 05, 2018
Schutzeus Serves His Customers WellRudy Schutzeus is in the business of making copies, but when it comes to customer service, he’s an original.
Rosenberg Is on a Mission at CMU’s Silicon Valley CampusFriday, June 01, 2018
Rosenberg Is on a Mission at CMU’s Silicon Valley CampusAs a child, Steven Rosenberg avidly read books on astronomy and the history of the cosmos. Today, his travels in space continue at the NASA Ames Research Park in Mountain View, California.
Personal MentionThursday, May 31, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Alison Barth, Raja Sooriamurthi, Jim Daniels, Alex John London and Joel Greenhouse.
News BriefsThursday, May 31, 2018
News BriefsKennywood Park Community Day is June 9; RoadBotics Wins Innovation Award; Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 54 Seniors; Soccer Field To Close for Resurfacing; Parking Waitlist; and more.
Community Picnic Celebrates a Job Well DoneThursday, May 24, 2018
Community Picnic Celebrates a Job Well DonePlenty of sunshine and smiles were on hand as Carnegie Mellon staff came together to celebrate another year’s successes at the Community Picnic.
News BriefsWednesday, May 23, 2018
News BriefsStudents Build Robot To Find Water on Mars; NPR's "Science Friday" Features CMU Experts; Parking Waitlist Open May 28-June 8; Employee Perks and Discounts; Evacuation Drills this Summer; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, May 23, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Isabel Bleimeister, Zhiwan Cheung, Amal Nanavati, Theodore Teichman and Louise Zhou.
Wilson Has Designs on Solving ProblemsTuesday, May 22, 2018
Wilson Has Designs on Solving ProblemsAfter two years of juggling work and graduate school, Jesse Wilson earned his master’s degree in user experience design from Carnegie Mellon’s School of Design.
News BriefsWednesday, May 16, 2018
News BriefsCMU a Leader in Development of Renewable Electricity Production; SCS Launches Undergraduate Degree in AI; Women's Golf Team Places 5th in NCAAs; Staff Art Exhibit Wednesday; Join the Let's Ride Challenge; Kennywood Park Community Day is June 9; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, May 16, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Chadi Aoun, Diana Marculescu, Sharon Carver and April Li.
CMU Mom Greets Visitors with a SmileTuesday, May 15, 2018
CMU Mom Greets Visitors with a SmileKim Bittner welcomes thousands of visitors to Carnegie Mellon University from her reception desk in the Office of Undergraduate Admission lobby.
Chartwells Named New Primary Dining Vendor at CMUTuesday, May 15, 2018
Chartwells Named New Primary Dining Vendor at CMUAfter an extensive, competitive process, Carnegie Mellon University has agreed to terms with a new primary foodservice vendor for its diverse and multifaceted dining program.
Personal MentionWednesday, May 09, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Jay Whitacre, Mark Kamlet, Manuela Veloso, Olivia Roy and Tara Stentz, and Alexander Baikovitz and Andrew Kwon.
News BriefsWednesday, May 09, 2018
News BriefsHigh-Achieving Students Receive CMWA Scholarships; Commencement Parking Restrictions and Stadium Closure; Updates to University Policies Seeks Your Feedback; Last Call To Register for Alumni Awards Ceremony; and more.
Barsotti Lives a Life of WordsTuesday, May 08, 2018
Barsotti Lives a Life of WordsAs a writer at the Heinz College, Scott Barsotti crafts everything from press releases to alumni feature stories. Off the CMU clock, he’s a playwright and novelist.
Personal MentionWednesday, May 02, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Terry Collins, Robb Myer, Richard Colvin, Shinjini Kundu, Kathleen Carley, Baruch Fischhoff, Shahzeen Attari and Christopher Genovese.
News BriefsWednesday, May 02, 2018
News BriefsSnakebot Named Ground Rescue Robot of the Year; School of Art Senior Exhibit Opens May 4; Provost Search Town Hall, May 9; and more.
Variety Is the Spice of Griffiths' LifeMonday, April 30, 2018
Variety Is the Spice of Griffiths' LifeCindy Griffiths thrives on variety, which makes her job as business manager in the Tepper School a great fit.
Personal MentionWednesday, April 25, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Carmen Yulin Cruz, Vivian Loftness, Michael Trick, Simon DeDeo, Ariel Procaccia and Jay Price.
News BriefsWednesday, April 25, 2018
News BriefsCMU-Q To Help Develop Center for K-12 Computer Science Education; Student-Created Platform To Transform Course Planning; New Fund Invests in CMU Entrepreneurs; CMU Joins Army's Open Campus Initiative; and more.
Dandoy Is a Guiding LightTuesday, April 24, 2018
Dandoy Is a Guiding LightCorrey Dandoy is a mentor to young people on and off the job.
Celebrating the Best in Education, Teaching, Mentoring and OutreachMonday, April 23, 2018
Celebrating the Best in Education, Teaching, Mentoring and OutreachCarnegie Mellon University annually recognizes the outstanding, impactful contributions that distinguished faculty and staff have made to advance education, research, their colleagues and students.
Headspace Brings Guided Meditation to You Anytime, AnywhereThursday, April 19, 2018
Headspace Brings Guided Meditation to You Anytime, AnywhereHeadspace is a wellness resource within arm's reach, whenever and wherever you need it most.
News BriefsWednesday, April 18, 2018
News BriefsQ and A with David Tepper April 26; CMU, Sony Sign Research Agreement; Staff Council's Ice Cream Social Today; 3-DIY: Printing Your Own Bioprinter; Calling All Artistic Staff; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, April 18, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Jared Cohon, Lenore Blum, Gierad Laput and Joseph Zoller.
Dunkin' Deans Make a Splash for Special OlympicsTuesday, April 17, 2018
Dunkin' Deans Make a Splash for Special OlympicsCMU deans will be heading to the Dunk Tank on Friday, April 20 to support the Special Olympics of Pennsylvania.
Gross Keeps Spring Carnival RunningTuesday, April 17, 2018
Gross Keeps Spring Carnival RunningGlenn Gross and his team have provided the electrical power for Spring Carnival for the past 23 years.
Safety Is No Accident for CiccoWednesday, April 11, 2018
Safety Is No Accident for CiccoA safe work environment is no accident for Rebecca Cicco; it is her life’s work.
Personal MentionWednesday, April 11, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Aidan Kestigian and Kevin Jarbo, Gerald Constanzo, Gretchen Chapman, Kevin Zollman and Casey Roark.
News BriefsWednesday, April 11, 2018
News BriefsCMU To Host Special Olympics Saturday; NIH Eyes New Use for CMU Technology; CMU Night at PNC Park is April 24; Volunteers Needed To Serve as Floor Marshals; Last Call: Staff Council Elections End Friday; Register Your Child for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
Graduate Student Research, Teaching, Service Honored at Innovation with ImpactWednesday, April 11, 2018
Graduate Student Research, Teaching, Service Honored at Innovation with ImpactMore than 200 master’s degree students and Ph.D. candidates from all seven schools and colleges will present their research, projects and performances at the Innovation with Impact Exhibition from 4 – 6 p.m., April 12, in the Cohon University Center’s Rangos Ballroom.
Personal MentionThursday, April 05, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Srinivasan Seshan, James Garrett Jr., Illah Nourbakhsh and Molly Wright Steenson, Lorrie Cranor, Rosana Guernica and Steven Bochco.
News BriefsThursday, April 05, 2018
News BriefsCMU Hosts Conference on Ethics and AI; CMU Night at PNC Park is April 24; The Brain Is Less Flexible Than Previously Thought; Staff Council Divisional Elections Underway; and Register Your Child for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
Shooer Aims To Make Her Leo an American HeroTuesday, April 03, 2018
Shooer Aims To Make Her Leo an American HeroLinda Shooer's passion for animals and special needs children revolves around Leo, her 11-year-old Portuguese water dog who is one of 55 nominees nationwide in the American Humane Hero Dog Awards' Therapy Dog category.
News BriefsWednesday, March 28, 2018
News BriefsVote for Your Divisional Staff Council Reps; Autonomous Helicopter Team Wins Howard Hughes Award; TEDxCMU is Sunday; Register Your Child for Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day; Libraries Replace Online Catalog: and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, March 28, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Wendy Goldman and Joe Trotter, Claire Le Goues, Larry Wasserman, Jessica Trybus, Kathleen Conway and Parker Felterman.
Math Meets Marketing in Wieck’s WorldTuesday, March 27, 2018
Math Meets Marketing in Wieck’s WorldWhen it comes to math and marketing, Jill Wieck has the right equation.
Personal MentionThursday, March 22, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are the 2018 CFA Staff Award Winners — Svenja Drouven, Erin Scott, Janie Ditmore, Margaret Cox and Matt D'Emilio; Dan Siewiorek, Sharon Dilworth and Zhen "Sean" Qian.
News BriefsWednesday, March 21, 2018
News BriefsMaking Good on a Promise in Africa; Food Extravaganza March 28; Artists Present MFA Exhibition; Alumnus Honors Mr. Rogers; Volunteers Needed for Sons and Daughters to Work Day; and more.
DiNardo, Mende Have a Ball with March MadnessTuesday, March 20, 2018
DiNardo, Mende Have a Ball with March MadnessIt’s March madness in Carnegie Mellon’s Office of Admission, and the ball is in Roberta DiNardo and Heather Mende’s court.
Personal MentionWednesday, March 14, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Jim Swartz, Dena Haritos Tsamitis, Abhinav Gupta, Robin Megia, and Prashanth Rajivan and Coty Gonzalez.
News BriefsWednesday, March 14, 2018
News BriefsAutonomous System Nominated for Top Aerospace Award; Construction Begins on Forbes Avenue Project; #StatMadness: CMU Team Takes on Yale; Weekend Changes at East Campus Garage; New CMU-Alert App Under Development; and more.
News BriefsWednesday, March 07, 2018
News BriefsConstruction Begins for Forbes Avenue Improvement Project; Autonomous Rotorcraft System Nominated for Top Aerospace Award; San Juan Mayor To Attend Energy Week; New Integrated Library System; and more.
Diggs Scores Points with TartansTuesday, March 06, 2018
Diggs Scores Points with TartansRussell Diggs is more than a sports equipment manager in Carnegie Mellon's Athletics Department. He is part of the team.
News BriefsWednesday, February 28, 2018
News BriefsCMU, Portugal Renew Partnership; Vote for CMU in StatMadness Tournament; Nominate Your Divisional Staff Council Reps; San Juan Mayor To Attend Energy Week; First Tee Offers Golf Special for CMU; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, February 28, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Louis-Philippe Morency, Anna Siefken, Melanie Lucht and Francisco Molina.
Barmer Maps Out a Friday RitualMonday, February 26, 2018
Barmer Maps Out a Friday RitualHollen Barmer's schedule is a little fishy these days.
Personal MentionWednesday, February 21, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Lorrie Cranor, Blase Ur, River Liu and Chuck Klausing.
News BriefsWednesday, February 21, 2018
News BriefsStudents Meet Founder of #MeToo Movement; Humanities Festival Returns; Tepper MBAs Outpace Other Programs; Making Siri Smarter; CMU Police To Take the Plunge; Alumnus Helps Musicians Connect with Fans; and more.
Staff Spotlights: A Year in the MakingTuesday, February 20, 2018
Staff Spotlights: A Year in the MakingThis week's spotlight shines on the 52 staff members who have been featured over the past year.
News BriefsWednesday, February 14, 2018
News BriefsStudents See Political Side of Silicon Valley; Tepper's Online MBA Is Tops; Deadline Extended To Nominate Inspirational Teacher; ETC Press Releases "Augmented Reality in Museums"; New Career Readiness Program; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, February 14, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Edda Fields-Black, Martin Gaynor, Jocelyn Dueck, Saurabh Bhargava, Zach Howarth, Jenn Mayberger and Tommy Mansfield.
Cao-Berg Helped Bring Aid to Puerto RicoWednesday, February 14, 2018
Cao-Berg Helped Bring Aid to Puerto RicoCarnegie Mellon alumnus Ivan Cao-Berg feels a strong connection to his alma mater, the Latino community in Pittsburgh and Puerto Rico
Poprocky Feels at Home in the Institute for Software ResearchThursday, February 08, 2018
Poprocky Feels at Home in the Institute for Software ResearchVictoria Poprocky enjoys the challenge of changing roles, both at work and at home.
News BriefsWednesday, February 07, 2018
News BriefsCMU, Northwestern To Launch Cleantech Center; Volunteers Needed for Take Daughters & Sons to Work Day; RecycleMania Runs Through March 31; Seeking 3MT Participants; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, February 07, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Bin He, Marian Aguiar, Amber James and Bobson Rugambwa.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 31, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Art Martynuska, Jennifer Ricklin, Joshua Brakensiek, and Jessica Colnago and Xiaolong Wang.
News BriefsWednesday, January 31, 2018
News BriefsTepper Launches Course Sequence To Advance Leadership; Students Propose Using Self-Driving Shuttles To Help Underserved Communities; CMU-Q Students Place Third at Arab Innovation Academy; Seeking Older Adults for Healthy Aging Study; and more.
Sestili's Community Spirit is Top ShelfTuesday, January 30, 2018
Sestili's Community Spirit is Top ShelfKim Sestili manages the books for University Libraries.
News BriefsWednesday, January 24, 2018
News BriefsFollowing Gene Expressions Over Time; Hunting for New Antibiotics; International Privacy Day; Oakland Restaurant Week; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 24, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Sarah Mendelson, Aryn Gittis, Jeff Galak, Jonathan Cagan, Robert Miller and Wesley Pegden.
Stoy Has Best Seats in the HouseTuesday, January 23, 2018
Stoy Has Best Seats in the HouseMaria Stoy is box office manager for the School of Drama, responsible for ticket sales, playbills and the student ushers for about 15 shows per year.
CMU Donates Classroom Furniture To Help University of Puerto RicoThursday, January 18, 2018
CMU Donates Classroom Furniture To Help University of Puerto RicoCarnegie Mellon has shipped 342 arm table classroom chairs to the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez to help the school recover from the destruction caused by Hurricane Maria.
McManigle Is a Master at Starting StartupsWednesday, January 17, 2018
McManigle Is a Master at Starting StartupsReed McManigle helps faculty and doctoral candidates at CMU take their inventions from concept to commercialization.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 17, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Sheldon Cohen, Amy Burkert, Robert Strauss, Ayana Ledford, Dokyun Lee and John Dolan.
News BriefsWednesday, January 17, 2018
News BriefsCMU Celebrates Data Privacy Day; Machine Learning Will Change Jobs; CMU-Alert Test Jan. 19; Get to Know Human Resources; W-2s To Be Mailed by Jan. 31; Jumpstart Your Business in the I-Corps Program; and more.
News BriefsWednesday, January 10, 2018
News BriefsGet to Know Human Resources; W-2s To Be Mailed by Jan. 31; Jumpstart Your Business in the I-Corps Program; Healthy Campus Kickoff, Jan. 17; Students Turn Ideas Into Products; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 10, 2018
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Byron Clayton and Gary Fedder; Stephanie Valencia, Mor Harchol-Balter and Venkatesan Guruswami, Richard Young, and Jonathan Francis and Billy Li.
Patel Works To Foster Innovative Business SolutionsTuesday, January 09, 2018