Carnegie Mellon’s Academic Development department received the 2014 National Tutoring Association Tutoring Excellence Award for the best university tutoring program, last week.
Students who live on campus returned from break to a brand-new laundry system, which features more efficient machines.
Six students who left Carnegie Mellon behind for Capitol Hill have already taken advantage of the opportunities of the revamped Washington Semester Program.
Jessica Zhang has been named a winner of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) in recognition of her development of computer imaging and analysis for boats.
This week, University Police issued a DUI and responding to a car accident at the intersection of Morewood and Forbes avenues.
This week, Student Senate received reports from Director of University Health Services Anita Barkin and Director of Undergraduate Admissions Mike Steidel.
This week, J. David Creswell won an award from the American Psychological Association and Carnegie Mellon researchers study how to make more energy-efficient mobile devices.