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  • Bryant to leave SCS dean role

    Professor of computer science and dean of the School of Computer Science Randal Bryant announced his plan to step down at the end of his term from his position as dean last Monday.

    Bryant’s 10-year term as dean of SCS will expire on June 30, 2014. Computer science professor Guy Blelloch will be heading the committee in charge of finding a replacement for Bryant.

    News | October 28, 2013
  • DC dean Lehoczky ends term

    Professor of statistics and dean of the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences (DC) John Lehoczky announced the end of his 14-year term as dean on Oct. 18. Lehoczky will continue his duties as professor of statistics in the next academic year.

    Professor of applied linguistics Richard Tucker will head the search committee to replace Lehoczky.

    News | October 28, 2013
  • CMU outlines drug and alcohol policies

    Carnegie Mellon released its annual drug and alcohol brochure, which highlighted the school’s policies regarding drug and alcohol use, last Monday.

    In a foreword in the brochure, President Subra Suresh wrote, “While the university maintains strict policies regarding the illegal use of alcohol and drugs, we also offer help for any individual who is experiencing substance use difficulties.”

    News | October 28, 2013
  • Paint vandalism in Doherty leads to stricter Fence rules

    Multicolored dribbles of paint up the steps and down the hallway of Doherty Hall have caused the reinforcement of rules regarding the Fence.

    Last Thursday, the student government Executive Committee sent out an email to the campus community outlining existing rules about the use of paint in the areas surrounding the Fence.

    News | October 14, 2013
  • Former general talks on U.S., war

    As an insider of the war in Afghanistan, former U.S. Army Lieutenant General and former Ambassador to Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry spoke last Friday about the limits of American political intervention to Pittsburgh community members, Carnegie Mellon students, faculty, and families.

    News | September 30, 2013

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