CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY NEWS



CMU Reflects on 50 Years of Embracing All Students
Carnegie Mellon University has been ahead of the curve in working toward being inclusive of all students.


Carnegie Mellon University Africa To Celebrate Fifth Graduation Ceremony
Graduates are fueling Africa's digital revolution.


Global Experts Prepare To "Transition Together" Toward Sustainable Society
The 4th Transition Design Symposium will initiate connections that will make rapid transition possible.


"No Assembly Required" for CMU Faculty, Alumni at Science Friday's Pittsburgh Show
Robots who converse, provide empathy and play music were among the reasons NPR's "Science Friday" visited Pittsburgh to chat with CMU experts.


"No Assembly Required" for CMU Students, Faculty at Science Friday's Pittsburgh Show
Robots who converse, provide empathy and play music were among the reasons NPR's "Science Friday" visited Pittsburgh to chat with CMU experts.


CMU Student Discovers Website Leaking Locations of Phone Customers
Some cybersleuthing by Robert Xiao uncovered a security vulnerability on the website of LocationSmart.


#TartansofCMU Share Personal Stories Via Social Media
Carnegie Mellon University’s Class of 2018 is united by curiosity and driven by passion.


Tepper Imparts His Wisdom, Love for CMU with Class of 2018
David A. Tepper credits CMU with giving him tools for success.


Nanavati Wins Inaugural K&L Gates Prize
He Is Committed To Developing Technology To Help the Underserved.


CMU Students, Alumni Receive Fulbright Awards To Study Abroad
CMU's five Fulbright Award winners for 2018 will conduct research and teach in Israel, Germany, Japan, Serbia and South Korea.


Tool Lets Planners Visualize Urban Future
The "3-D Visualization Project" is an interdisciplinary research project led by CMU's Remaking Cities Institute.


Tepper Will Give Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon Commencement
David A. Tepper will be the keynote speaker at Carnegie Mellon's 121st Commencement.


Researchers Seek To Create Self-Assessing Robots
Autonomous systems need to predict, monitor, judge their own performance.


CMU's Qian Drives Big Data To Improve Transportation Systems
The National Science Foundation awarded Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sean Qian a CAREER Award.


Students Build Ice-Drilling Robot To Find Water on Mars
A CMU team will compete against nine other institutions June 5-7 at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.


Health Professions Program Helps Students Engineer Careers in Medicine
The program, open to all CMU students, prepares students for health care related fields including nursing, dentistry, physical therapy and veterinary medicine.


Flying High: Carnegie Mellon Rocket Command Wins NASA Altitude Award
The student launch competition challenges teams to design, build, test and fly a high-powered, reusable rocket while carrying a payload.


Snoozefest Creators Dream Up Musical Experience
Carnegie Mellon University students and faculty recently hosted an overnight musical experience that put many to sleep.


New Executive Education Program To Promote Greater Diversity in Leadership
A group of Pittsburgh executives has launched The Advanced Leadership Initiative to ensure African-Americans gain leadership roles on executive teams.


Simulations, Sensors Provide Insight into Health of Transportation Infrastructure
CMU researchers are working across many disciplines to create technologies that will improve and extend the life of transportation infrastructure.


Shen Puts High-Tech Spin on Polymers
When the associate professor of mechanical engineering talks about his work with polymer nanofibers, he compares it to a spider spinning its web.


Marculescu Aims To Bring Machine Learning Down from the Cloud
Diana Marculescu is discovering efficient and accurate ways to run machine learning applications on mobile devices instead of relying solely on the cloud.


Former SCS Dean Shares Personal History With Computing Pioneers
At a standing-room only event, Jim Morris shared stories about the places where his life intersected with giants of computer science research.


Governor Launches Manufacturing Initiative at CMU
The Pennsylvania Manufacturing Initiative leverages the science and engineering talent and discovery capacity of Pennsylvania's institutions like CMU.


Veloso Takes Leave to Join J.P. Morgan
In this newly created position, Veloso will establish an AI research capability at J.P. Morgan.