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Rebecca Doerge named dean of Mellon College of Science

On Aug. 1, Rebecca Doerge was appointed as the new dean for Carnegie Mellon University's Mellon College of Science. She will be succeeding Fred Gilman who has held the position for nine years.

T.D. Jacobsen named director of Carnegie Mellon University's Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation

T.D. Jacobsen has been named the fourth director of the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation since the institute was inaugurated in 1961.

Six degrees of Francis Bacon app receives NEH grant

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant has recently been awarded to Six Degrees of Francis Bacon, an app that traces the social constructs...

Carnegie Mellon University responds to recent shootings

After the deaths of two black men and police officers were publicized over the summer, the university released a press statement addressing the impact that these events have had on it's students.

Campus News in Brief

This week in campus news, CMU Qatar alumna makes history at the Olympics. Also, the Plaid Parliament of Pwining team earns another title at the World Series of Hacking competition.

Crime and Incident

Multiple thefts were reported this week to University Police including the theft of a bicycle and lab equipment.

International news in brief

This week, Austria announces decision to close refugee detention center and Olympic Chinese swimmer Fy Yuanhui shatters barrier among female athletes by discussing a taboo subject.

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