Evangeline Liu

Class of 2020

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  • Smart traffic signals assist the blind in crossing the street

    For most of us, crossing the street is as routine and simple as eating and drinking. But for people who are visually impaired or who have other disabilities that impede their ability to move freely, crossing the street can be a stressful experience at best in a traffic system not always designed with their needs in mind.

    News | October 2, 2017
  • Digits receives $60,000 grant to help scholars publish work

    The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh an 18-month-long $60,000 grant to support a project known as “Digits.” The project is led by Carnegie Mellon digital humanities specialists Jessica Otis and Scott Weingart as well as Pitt’s Matt Burton, visiting assistant professor, and Matt Lavin, clinical assistant professor of English and director of th...

    News | September 25, 2017
  • Carnegie Mellon reaffirms commitment to inclusivity in light of attack on Dreamers

    President Donald Trump decided to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, this past week, making the announcement through his Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, thus fulfilling one of many campaign promises. The president left a six-month window before officially ending the protections from deportation the program affords and allowed holders of work permits through DAC...

    News | September 11, 2017
  • NIMH awards CMU team $7 mil for autism genetics research

    A team of researchers from various institutions, including some from Carnegie Mellon, working on the Autism Sequencing Consortium (ASC) project has been awarded funding from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to continue their work through 2022. The grant totals seven million dollars and will allow ASC to expand their work even further in its search for genetic markers of autism.
    Auti...

    News | May 1, 2017
  • Ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame discusses nuclear proliferation and cybersecurity

    As part of Carnegie Mellon’s Information Networking Institute (INI) celebration of Carnival weekend, Valerie Plame was invited to give a keynote speech on the issues of nuclear proliferation and cybersecurity, two major threats that affect all of us today.

    News | April 24, 2017

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