Roberts Uses Music To Make ConnectionsAs a singer-songwriter with a mindful message, Roberts has been steadily developing his passion for music at CMU since he enrolled in the university’s Arts Greenhouse program.
News BriefsSoccer Season Kicks Off with Tartan Cup; September is Fire Safety Month; Flu Vaccine Clinics Begin Sept. 9; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Robert Dammon; Yulia Tsvetkov; and James Herbsleb and Srinivasa Narasimhan.
Schultz Supports Students Well Beyond Orientation WeekWhile CMU's award-winning Orientation Week program is a strong beginning for new students, Julie Schultz understands there is still work to be done after the week ends.
News BriefsCMU Honored for Supporting Military Reservists; Schatz Dining Room Opening Soon; Tepper Building Earns Architecture Award; and more.
An Inclusive Environment Is Worbs’ BusinessMegan Worbs’ preoccupation with one’s habitat extends from the workspaces at Carnegie Mellon University to the wilderness of the Serengeti.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Bin He, Elizabeth Wayne, Jason D’Antonio and Lisa Kay Schweyer.
News BriefsSAMS Students Engineer a Pinball Machine; Movie Scenes Shot at CMU; Swartz Center Seeks I-Corps Teams; and more.
Laurich-McIntyre Works To Enhance the Graduate Student ExperienceMore than 2,500 new graduate students from 56 countries will arrive at Carnegie Mellon University this week, and leading the welcoming committee will be Suzie Laurich-McIntyre, assistant vice provost for Graduate Education.
Personal MentionThursday, August 01, 2019
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Jessica Zhang, Shawn Litster, Zoe Wright and Nicholas Acuna.
News BriefsThursday, August 01, 2019
News BriefsComputational Biology Hosted Nation's First Pre-College Program; New Building Signage Project Gets Underway Aug. 5; Hamburg Entrance, Forbes Sidewalk To Close; CMU Night at PNC Park is Sept. 17; and more.
Beyond the Call: 15 Honored at CMU Police Awards CeremonyWednesday, July 31, 2019