O’Connell Makes the Pitch for CMU, PittsburghKevin O'Connell is combining his passion for writing with his love for baseball.
News BriefsA Cappella Group Heads to Nationals; A New Way To Learn About Learning; Students Coach High Schoolers on Money Matters; Time Management App Wins at CMU-Q Hackathon; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Lorrie Cranor, Alan Russell, Rosalind Chow, Ben Eysenbach and Bailey Flanigan.
Carnegie Mellon Salutes Its Best in EducationCarnegie Mellon will pay tribute to 11 exceptional faculty and staff who have made outstanding contributions in teaching, advising, mentoring and outreach at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 30 in the Tepper Building’s Simmons Auditorium.
CMU Welcomes Special Olympic Tradition SaturdayCarnegie Mellon is partnering with Special Olympics of Pennsylvania to host the Western Pennsylvania Spring Sectional Games for the fourth consecutive year, Saturday, April 27.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Anne Witchner and Tom Wood; Edmund Russell; Helen Zhou; David Shribman; Martin Aurand; Rachel Mandelbaum; and Leo Galvan.
News BriefsLee Says Optimize Productivity by Shuffling Workstations; CMU, Lumen Learning Form Partnership; Parking Enrollment Gets Underway; Register Your Child for Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day; and more.
From Pittsburgh to Qatar, Jackson Has Unique View of CMUIn 30 years, Edna Jackson has worked for three provosts, helped establish the campus in Doha, Qatar, and returned to serve as director of the Dean’s Office.
Witchner, Wood Roll Into Buggy RoyaltyMonday, April 15, 2019
Witchner, Wood Roll Into Buggy RoyaltyTrophies and awards are often named for legendary figures. At Carnegie Mellon’s Spring Carnival this year, alumni Anne Witchner and Tom Wood became living legends.
Palko Steers Student Groups Toward SuccessWednesday, April 10, 2019
Palko Steers Student Groups Toward Success
Personal MentionWednesday, April 10, 2019
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Shohei Katayama, Edward Dunlea, Scotty McGee and Gary DiLisio.
News BriefsWednesday, April 10, 2019
News BriefsMoBot Turns 25; Scholar-in-Residence Recalls Newspaper Career; 10 CMU Professors Highly Rated for Impact in Computer Science, Electronics; Take Our Sons & Daughters to Work Day; and more.
CMU Kicks Off Leadership Development Program for StaffMonday, April 08, 2019
CMU Kicks Off Leadership Development Program for StaffCarnegie Mellon has launched a pilot program aimed at fostering leadership development among staff.
Vituccio, Cho To Screen Their VR Documentary at Tribeca Film FestivalFriday, April 05, 2019
Vituccio, Cho To Screen Their VR Documentary at Tribeca Film FestivalDive under the chilly, majestic sea off the rocky coast of South Korea, hold your breath and fish with your hands with the Haenyeo, about a dozen women keeping the ancient native tradition alive.
Personal MentionWednesday, April 03, 2019
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Cristina Bañuelos, Aaron Johnson, Sharon Carver, Geoffrey Hinton, Robert Strauss., Ömer Akin and Volker Hartkopf.
News BriefsWednesday, April 03, 2019
News BriefsGarrett Extols Virtues of Inclusion at AAC&U Conference; CMU-Africa Holds First Meeting of the Minds; Air Pollution Reporting App Goes National; Register Your Child for Take Our Sons & Daughters to Work Day; and more.
Reineke Helps Students With Public Speaking SkillsTuesday, April 02, 2019