Madelyn Glymour Contributing Editor
CIC named after president
Carnegie Mellon’s Collaborative Innovation Center (CIC) was officially renamed the Robert Mehrabian Collaborative Innovation Center on Wednesday, in honor of former University President Robert Mehrabian.
Mehrabian, who served as university president from 1991–97, oversaw the creation of the CIC.News | April 23, 2012
Campus News in Brief
Study finds Pittsburgh CO2 emissions same as in 1940News | April 23, 2012
Martin S. Gaynor: Health IT Seminar
Monday at 1:30 p.m.
Gates Hillman Complex 6115
Carnegie Mellon economics and health policy professor Martin S. Gaynor will deliver a lecture titled “Introduction to the Health Care Cost Institute: What to Do with Five Billion Health-Care Records.”News | April 23, 2012
Crime and Incident
April 13, 2012
University Police responded to Hamerschlag House for a report of a stolen teal 2012 Wahoo mountain bike. The bike is valued between $400 and $600. The owner stated that he had parked and locked the bike in a rack under Hamerschlag House one week ago, and that when he returned, the bike and lock were gone. This case is currently under investigation.News | April 23, 2012
Entertainer Dick Clark, best known for hosting American Bandstand and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rocking Eve, died of a heart attack last Wednesday at the age of 82. Clark was known as a supporter of integration and civil rights, as well as a veteran television personality. Here are some facts about Clark’s legacy:
1972: The first year that Clark hosted ABC’s New Year’s coverageNews | April 23, 2012