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Tech firm donates $35 million, seeks student recognition

The university announced a $35 million donation earlier this week from Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the fifth-largest donation in the university’s history and one of a string of recent gifts.

New faculty lunch program created

Over the summer, Student Senate’s Academic Affairs Committee, the Office of Student Affairs, and Dining Services came together to forge bonds between the students and professors of Carnegie Mellon.

Department of Defense renews SEI contract for $1.73B

The United States Department of Defense renewed its contract with the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) this summer for $1.73 billion.

CMU researchers at NREC leave for future at Uber

For Uber, a company that has become a household name in the U.S., growth is naturally in its sights, and has been since the company’s inception.

Campus news in brief

Carnegie Mellon's Simon Initiative recently hired a new learning engineering Kimberly Law, and researchers in the university's Brainhub received a grant from the National Science Foundation.

Campus crime and incident reports

This week someone took a potted plant from the second floor of Porter Hall, and University Police investigated suspicious flyers in Cyert Hall.

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