Scotty Survivor Puts CMU Spin on Reality Show“Survivor” super fans separated by the pandemic have turned their love of the reality television show into “Scotty Survivor,” complete with Pittsburgh-themed tribes and challenges captured remotely over Zoom.
News BriefsFour Alumni Win TV's Highest Honor; Roborace Team Competes in Wales; Sign Up for the CMU Community Book Club; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Alan Montgomery, Haojian Jin and John Chin.
CMU Has Network Advantage in Fight Against COVID-19Po-Shen Loh tapped CMU talent to help him create an app that surpasses the competition in the fight against COVID-19.
CMU Offers New, Temporary Child Care OptionsCarnegie Mellon University has announced it will offer three new, temporary child care options to parents due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19.
News Briefs17 Alumni Up for Emmy Awards Sunday; CMU a Host Institution for Global Sustainability Conference; NIH Funds Project Sure to Get Your Attention; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are James Garrett, Audrey Pederson and Daniel Nagin.
Blanton Brings Passion for Diversity to University LevelShawn Blanton is emphasizing the importance of recruiting in his new role as interim vice provost for diversity, equity and inclusion.
News BriefsINTERSECT@CMU Shares COVID-19 Lessons for Action; Tepper Profs Earn Grant to Research Economic Impact of COVID-19; SCS Launches Educational Equity Office with $3M Grant; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, September 09, 2020
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Roshni Mehta, Howie Choset and Madison Schramm.
Creating More “Places to Pause” on CampusTuesday, September 08, 2020
Creating More “Places to Pause” on CampusNew outdoor spaces are popping up across campus giving students, faculty and staff a place where they can take a break between classes, check email, and even host a small group meeting.
Habbab Turned Adversity Into Opportunities for GoodTuesday, September 08, 2020
Habbab Turned Adversity Into Opportunities for GoodScrambling to find a required summer internship, Tala Habbab created a COVID squad of 250 students to support communities impacted by the virus.
News BriefsWednesday, September 02, 2020
News BriefsRecreational Facilities Reopen with Restrictions; CMU Named NSF Planning Institute for AI in Physics; See This Year's Class Photo; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, September 02, 2020
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Frederick Dauphin, Taya Cohen and Joe Meyers.
Ribarchak Retires with Rave ReviewsTuesday, September 01, 2020