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CMU Veterans in the News

CMU Veterans in the News

The Carnegie Mellon University community includes students, faculty, alumni, and staff veterans leading and serving within the university and global community, and engaged in cutting-edge research to enhance society in meaningful and sustainable ways.

Students, Alumni, and Staff

  • Scholarly Soldier - A documentary follows West Point's chief scientist and CMU alumnus John Graham while working in Afghanistan.
  • Trucking Data - Army veteran and CMU alumnus Jason Cahill (TPR'14) develops an app to generate contact between truck drivers and shippers
  • CSI:  Computers - former military and intelligence officers at CMU's Software Engineering Institute are national resource for cybercrime investigation
  • Alumni Awards - LT Elizabeth (Higgins) Durika, USN (E'03) receives Alumni Award honor
  • Remembering the Brave - LtCol Stephen Beck, USMC, NROTC unit executive officer, establishes foundation to honor fallen soldiers and their families

Faculty and Research

  • Coming Home - JulieHera DeStefano (A’95) produces documentary about female veterans
  • Restoring Vision - CMU scientist studying vision restoration receives U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs grant
  • Erasing Pain for Amputees - CMU-led research team develops nanostructural polymer-based treatments to eliminate painful bone formation
  • Saving Lives Abroad - Robotics Intitute researchers develop reconnaissance robot to aid in explosive ordnance disposal
  • Flying Cars - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awards CMU's Robotics Institute contract to develop systems for a flying car
  • Enlisting Help - CMU's Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics helps improve energy and environmental effectiveness of Army installations