News BriefsNo Tricks this Halloween, Please; SLICE is Your Headquarters for Election Resources; Computer Science Celebrates Three Professorships; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Huaiying Zhang, Barbara Shinn-Cunninham and Tuomas Sandholm.
Ilker Baybars Celebrates 50 Years at Carnegie MellonOver the course of five decades, Baybars has become one of the longest-serving and most valued academic leaders of the institution.
News BriefsVerstynen, Yttri Awarded Grant for Work on Decision-Making; CMU Heads New $10M Center for Studying Structure of Cell Nucleus; Endowment Reaches $2.07 Billion; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Conrad Zapanta, Rema Padman and Lucy Wang.
Tartan Community Day Puts Focus on Rest, Wellness & YouIt’s been a long year, so take some time for yourself Friday, Oct. 16, and recharge.
News BriefsCMU is a Host Sponsor for Global Sustainability Conference; New Studies Highlight Group's Contributions to Cancer Research; Two SCS Students Win Google Ph.D. Fellowships; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Rebecca Rapp, Baruch Fischhoff and Shriya Boppana.
News BriefsDownload "Tartans, All In" Posters & Wallpaper; Tartan Community Day is Oct. 16; Scientists Solve 90-Year-Old Geometry Problem; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, October 07, 2020
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Neil Donahue, Kishana Taylor and Peter Cooke.
Travaglia's Goats Take Yoga to Next LevelTuesday, October 06, 2020
Travaglia's Goats Take Yoga to Next LevelCMU mason Bradley Travaglia shares peace of mind — and his goat farm — with yoga enthusiasts.
Academic Services Center Delivers for ECETuesday, October 06, 2020
Academic Services Center Delivers for ECEMore than 500 electrical and computer engineering students studying remotely this fall have all the materials and tools they need for their core lab courses, thanks to a team effort that delivered on time to 12 countries on five continents.
News BriefsWednesday, September 30, 2020
News BriefsNew Student Coalition Drives Civic Engagement; Honoring the Remarkable Life of Linda Dickerson; Five SCS Students Named 2021 Seibel Scholars; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, September 30, 2020