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  • Carnegie Mellon's new "Brand" rollout comes alongside new campus signage

    If you’ve been on campus at all this semester, you might have noticed the new and improved signs outside campus buildings, with handy elements like the building name, its SIO abbreviation, the address, and a red square reading “Carnegie Mellon University.” Not just a refresh of old and worn out signage, these markers signify a new era in the Carnegie Mellon brand. The webpage for the newly-defined...

    News | October 7, 2019
  • SCS lecture series bridges computer science and philosophy in second year

    The Ethics for Technologists lecture series is back for another year, bringing speakers to discuss the intersections between technology and its impact on the world. Maggie Oates, a Ph.D. student in Societal Computing at Carnegie Mellon and one of the head organizers of the lecture series, told The Tartan that her agenda for the lecture series is to “better equip students in identifying and thinkin...

    News | September 23, 2019
  • New SCS Dean interview

    As of Aug. 15, Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science (SCS) has a new dean.

    News | August 19, 2019
  • 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

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