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  • Army research lab and CMU enter new $72 million AI partnership

    Carnegie Mellon University has announced a $72 million, five-year cooperative agreement with the Combat Capabilities Development Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the “corporate laboratory that provides world-class research for the [U.S.] Army,” according to a university press release. The agreement will support “fun...

    News | March 25, 2019
  • CMU receives $5 million in scholarships for grad students in cybersecurity

    You’ve probably heard of the Marine Corps, the infantry wing of the United States Navy, travelling across land, sea, and sky to kill people, but the CyberCorps might be a little less well-known. That might change soon, with the recent $5 million National Science Foundation (NSF) renewal to the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service Program at Carnegie Mellon University (SFS@CMU).

    News | December 3, 2018
  • Midterm Guide

    The leaves are falling, the skies are gray, a chill is in the air. All signs are pointing to fall. For all you registered voters missing the festive spirit of Halloween, might I suggest another national day of autumnal civic duty to fill that pumpkin-shaped hole in your heart — Voting Day! The midterm election coverage has reached a fevered pitch, with voters everywhere waiting with bated breath t...

    News | November 5, 2018
  • CMU team takes on Subterranean DARPA Challenge

    If you were in Pittsburgh last year, you might remember seeing the self-driving Ubers cruising around the more gentrified areas of the city. That project seems to have been sidelined after a few of Uber’s autonomous vehicles self-drove into pedestrians, but they wouldn’t have even existed in the first place without the 2007 Urban Challenge. The Urban Challenge, the second such project from the Dep...

    News | October 8, 2018
  • Director Kiron Skinner leaves for senior position in Trump Administration

    Kiron Skinner, the founding director of the Carnegie Mellon Institute for Politics and Strategy and Taube Professor of International Relations and Politics, started her new role as a senior policy adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sept. 4. Skinner was additionally appointed as the State Department’s new Director of Policy Planning.

    News | September 10, 2018