Campus News in Brief
Associate professor chosen to serve Steering Committee
Alex London, associate professor of philosophy and acclaimed expert in bioethics, has been selected to serve on the International Commission on Missing Persons’ (ICMP) Steering Committee on Forensic Science Programs.News | November 7, 2011
Roll, Crawl, Walk, Climb, and Jump: Robot Locomotion Inspired by Nature and Beyond
Monday at 3:30 p.m.
Mauldin Auditorium (Newell-Simon Hall 1305)News | November 7, 2011
‘Occupy’ protests come to Pittsburgh
Protests swelled within the streets of Pittsburgh last Saturday morning, as thousands gathered together to demonstrate against the increasing role of corporate and financial interests in politics.
The demonstration, Occupy Pittsburgh, brought Pittsburgh into the larger movement that has taken hold in cities across the U.S. after its origin in New York.News | October 17, 2011
Annual Andy Awards honor staff
The 17th annual Andy Awards celebrated the achievements of the Carnegie Mellon staff in McConomy Auditorium last Friday.News | October 10, 2011
Town meeting shares updates to master plan
The Carnegie Mellon administration held a town meeting last Monday to update the campus and Pittsburgh communities on the progress of its 10-year master plan.News | October 3, 2011