Carnegie Mellon University

View the Spring 2020 TechNights flyer here

TechNights (Creative Technology Nights) aims to expand diversity of interest in computing among middle school students. Using computer animation, web design, programming, robotics, and interactive medias, we hope to engage a more diverse generation of future technologists.

Click here for the accompanying script for the Roadshow for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Watch for new schedule!

Our workshops are held on Carnegie Mellon University Campus in 4405 Gates-Hillman Center!

Carnegie Mellon Directions and Maps
Note: Parking is free in the East Campus garage after 5.00pm on Mondays. This is on the corner of Forbes and Beeler near the university center.
Lost? call the Carnegie Mellon information desk: 412-268-2107.


If you'd like to volunteer with TechNights, please contact Olivia (Liv) Zane ( to be added to our email list and stop by any Monday night! Volunteers are always welcome and you don't need to commit in advance or have prior experience with the topics. If you'd like to get a little more involved and lead a session, please come to our planning meeting at the start of each semester to pitch your ideas, and/or contact Natalie Sauerwald (