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A long-awaited ceremony was held to formally install Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou as the dean of the Tepper School of Business.
Vali Nasr delivered a lecture titled “The Islamic Republic Under Siege: What is Next for Iran?” at Carnegie Mellon University.
Carnegie Mellon honors faculty, staff and graduate students for their exceptional contributions in education, teaching, advising, mentoring and service with its annual Celebration of Education Awards.
Burcu Akinci, Lorri Faith Cranor, Greg Lowry, Mark Stehlik and Michael Tarr have been elevated to the rank of University Professor, the highest distinction a faculty member can receive at Carnegie Mellon.
Carnegie Mellon surpasses Make Possible campaign goal.
Spring Carnival returned to Carnegie Mellon University with the theme "Scotty in Wonderland."
Carnegie Mellon University is reducing the use of plastic bags at checkout in its Bookstore, Tartan Ink and Dining Services’ dining locations.
Carnegie Mellon celebrates 100 years of its iconic Fence.
Carnegie Mellon junior Sonja Michaluk dons a mermaid persona to raise awareness and funds for wetland conservation projects near to her heart.
Pioneering vision, industry-leading business acumen and award-winning talent are some of the distinguishing qualities of this year’s class of honorary degree recipients.
CMU undergraduate Aiwen Chen researched the effects of mindfulness meditation on stress levels.
An international team of cosmologists and astrophysicists including researchers from Carnegie Mellon used precision measurements to find that the universe is slightly less “clumpy” than it should be based on the cosmological standard model. Their findings could lead to a better understanding of dark matter.