Sarah Mogin

Class of 2009

Articles

  • CMU Neuroscientist receives NSF grant for possible schizophrenia research

    The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Carnegie Mellon biology professor Nathan Urban a $979,000 grant for his research in neuron synchronization.

    Urban, who has been at Carnegie Mellon since 2002, teaches Biology of the Brain (03-360) and Neural Plasticity in Sensory and Motor Systems (03-761).

    SciTech | September 18, 2006
  • Carnegie Mellon’s best-kept secret — and the ’Burgh’s latest

    You’ve oohed and ahhed over the rare book section in Hunt Library, contributed your own personal millimeter to the Fence, and you know the Kraus Campo like the back of your hand. Is it possible you’ve exhausted all the interesting parts of Carnegie Mellon? Doubtful. There’s one campus hot spot that has eluded almost everyone: the recording studio.

    Pillbox | September 11, 2006
  • Pittsburgh native documents Katrina aftermath

    Pittsburgh native Susie Shapira has made a career of taking photographs of natural and human devastation. Her latest project, titled Hurricane Katrina: One Year On, is coming to Garfield Artworks this Wednesday for a one-night-only showing at 7 p.m. It will include over 40 images of the wreckage, victims, and rebirth that followed one of the nation’s most severe natural tragedies.

    Pillbox | August 28, 2006
  • Carnegie Mellon opens doors to franchises at expense of culture

    At Carnegie Mellon, we might not have good weather, athletic prestige, or a suitable male-to-female ratio, but — let’s face it — we’re loaded with personality.

    Forum | May 1, 2006
  • Screenwriters find an outlet

    At Carnegie Mellon, talent doesn’t like to keep to itself. From drama performances in Purnell to student art on display at The Frame, there’s always something to see. And despite the wealth of creative outlets already available, students are constantly finding new ways to express themselves. What’s the latest in campus artistry? Film. Stop by McConomy on Friday to see two movies written, directed,...

    Pillbox | May 1, 2006