Brent Heard Contributing Editor
New housing to open on Clyde Street
This fall, Carnegie Mellon upperclassmen will have a new option for housing: Clyde House.News | March 3, 2014
Tuberculosis comes to CMU campus
On Feb. 11, an email was sent to the campus community about a case of tuberculosis (TB) on Carnegie Mellon’s campus, affecting a visiting researcher at the Heinz School.
The email, sent by director of Health Services Anita Barkin, said, “at this point, it appears that the individual’s contacts are limited to a small number of Heinz College community members.”News | February 24, 2014
New housing available for upperclassmen this fall
This fall, Carnegie Mellon upperclassmen will have a new option for housing: Clyde House.News | February 24, 2014
Suresh sprouts ProSeed initiative
Last Wedensday, University President Subra Suresh announced the creation of the ProSEED program by email.
The email described ProSEED as “intended to create new mechanisms for connecting and coordinating other seed-funding programs available at CMU, so that our community can be better positioned to apply for sustained support for their ideas.”News | February 17, 2014
University increases tuition for next year
Carnegie Mellon announced that the average undergraduate tuition rates for the 2014–15 academic year will increase by 2.9 percent.
This increase places tuition for incoming students and current first-years at $48,030.News | February 10, 2014