Classroom Renovations Put Focus on Active LearningCarnegie Mellon’s classroom and learning spaces renovation project is on time, on budget and receiving rave reviews.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Susanne Slavick; Daehyeok Kim and Katherine Ye; and Selman Erol.
News BriefsCMU AIAS Chapter Earns National Awards; Prospective Students Visit CMU; Alumni Receive Advancing Black Arts Grant; Using Drones to Inspect Irrigation Canals in Japan; and more.
Pollak Up for Second Blues Music AwardBill Pollak has been rockin’ and rollin’ for decades as a writer for the Software Engineering Institute, while staging an award-winning career singing the blues.
Koval Encourages Meaningful ConnectionsBryan Koval finds fulfillment as an engaged campus citizen, and he’s made a career out of encouraging others to do the same.
News BriefsFitness Challenge Begins Monday, Jan. 28; State Grant To Help Support Green Dot Initiative; RecycleMania Starts Feb. 3; Sustainability Committee Takes to Twitter; Oakland Restaurant Week; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Geoff Marslett; Sue-mei Wu; Terry Collins and Ryan Sullivan; and Leman Akoglu.
News BriefsCMU Launches High School Computer Science Curriculum; CMU-Alert Test Friday, Jan. 18; Help Center To Continue Sunday Support Pilot Program; Enjoy $6 Lunches for 6 Days at 16 Eateries During Oakland Restaurant Week; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Chieko Asakawa, Red Whittaker, Lorrie Cranor, Bill Pollak and Lauren Warden-Rodgers.
University Lecture Series Announces Provocative Spring LineupMonday, January 14, 2019
University Lecture Series Announces Provocative Spring LineupA significant mystery of modern medicine, race inequality, transforming higher education and the opioid crisis, are among the timely and provocative topics of this semester’s University Lecture Series.
Daly Makes Business a Fine ArtWednesday, January 09, 2019
Daly Makes Business a Fine ArtAmy Daly has turned managing the University Stores into an art form.
News BriefsWednesday, January 09, 2019
News BriefsCMU Buys Property from Pittsburgh Filmmakers; Auld Lang Syne Goes Underground; Fischhoff Says Effective Science Communication Begins with Collaboration; McHenry's Group Putting More Power Into Small Motors; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 09, 2019
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are John Prather, Simon Cullen, Melissa Baker, James Duesing, Barbara Shinn-Cunningham and Frank Dolce.
Resolve To Make Fitness a Priority, Gauntner SaysMonday, January 07, 2019