Marc De Graef Discusses His Musical JourneyCarnegie Mellon Professor Marc De Graef is known for his research in materials characterization, but he spends his spare time woodworking and playing the guitar.
News BriefsCMU Debuts PiperTV on Instagram; Morgan Chairs Congressional Briefing on U.S. Electrical Grid; CMU Highlighted in American Theatre Wing Documentary; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Raj Reddy, Gwen Stanczak and Scott Hudson.
Obituary: McIntosh Founded World's First Bagpiping Degree Program at CMUJimmy McIntosh, who founded the world’s first degree program in bagpiping at CMU, died Feb. 8. He was 95.
CMU Launches Community Pandemic Safety Ambassador ProgramFaculty and staff volunteers at CMU are expanding their Pandemic Safety Officer roles to ensure common areas are covered.
Chickering Cares, and It ShowsDavid Chickering may have some tips for Ted Danson as he tackles the lead role in his new TV series “Mr. Mayor.”
News BriefsBeefsteak Opens in Renovated Cohon Center Marketplace; Trustee, Faculty, Alumni Named to National Academy of Engineering; Women in Business Conference Focuses on Mastering Resiliency; and more.
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Elizabeth Dickey, Christopher Goranson and Ying Shi.
CMU Staff Pitch In To HelpLaura Everhart is one of many CMU staff members who have been helping others since the pandemic struck a year ago.
News BriefsWednesday, February 10, 2021
News BriefsCMU Begins Tartan Testing Shuttle Service; Find Help, Find a Job with CareLink; CFA Celebrates February Themes; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, February 10, 2021
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Peter Adams, Vivian Loftness and Xinyu Wu.
News BriefsWednesday, February 03, 2021
News BriefsPittsburgh Summer Internship Program Seeks Dietrich Students; Mask Up on Social Media; Dow Funds Chemistry Resources for Remote Learning; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, February 03, 2021
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Gang Liu, Nazbanou (Bonnie) Nozari and Peter Spirtes.
DEI Training Helps Supervisors Manage More EffectivelyMonday, February 01, 2021
DEI Training Helps Supervisors Manage More EffectivelyCarnegie Mellon’s Office of Human Resources is offering a full slate of professional development and training opportunities, covering topics from unconscious bias to coaching skills to managing a diverse team.
Centor Leads Athletics Through the PandemicMonday, February 01, 2021
Centor Leads Athletics Through the PandemicDirector of Athletics Josh Centor is heartbroken, but his silver linings playbook leaves him grateful, hopeful and even inspired.
News BriefsWednesday, January 27, 2021
News BriefsGet Your Asymptomatic COVID-19 Test; Heinz College Co-Sponsors Democracy Series; CMU Joins Human Health Research Network; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 27, 2021
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Valeria Martinez, Stan Waddell and Carl Rodriguez.
Building on Success, CMU Preps for Spring Semester ArrivalsThursday, January 21, 2021
Building on Success, CMU Preps for Spring Semester ArrivalsProtocols and required behaviors that fostered a successful fall semester at CMU remain in effect for the university community.
News BriefsWednesday, January 20, 2021
News BriefsBlum, Forlizzi Named ACM Fellows; A Campus Race for Zero Waste; Provost Office Hours for Spring 2021; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 20, 2021
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Kathryn Roeder, Abhinav Gupta and Lauren Shapiro.
Letronne Feels Fulfilled Directing New Tartan Testing LabTuesday, January 19, 2021
Letronne Feels Fulfilled Directing New Tartan Testing LabThe pandemic, Carnegie Mellon and a friendship have given Florent “Flo” Letronne the chance of a lifetime.
News BriefsWednesday, January 13, 2021
News BriefsWinter Welcome Events for Students, Jan. 23 - Feb. 13; HCII Team a Semifinalist in DOT Challenge; MCS Awards Funding for COVID-19 Research Projects; and more.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 13, 2021
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Alaine Allen, Tomé Cousin and Justine Sherry.
England Writes to Pay Tribute to Ghosts from his PastMonday, January 11, 2021
England Writes to Pay Tribute to Ghosts from his PastDuring a virtual event with students last fall, English Professor Jason England built the description of his background and how it influenced his life.
Personal MentionWednesday, January 06, 2021
Personal MentionThis week's newsmakers are Cleotilde Gonzalez, Rob Handel and Ulrike Endesfelder.
News BriefsWednesday, December 16, 2020