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U.S. Secretary of Education visits CMU

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan ended his sixth annual “Ready for Success” back-to-school bus tour at Carnegie Mellon University on Friday.

Bosch Institute makes $3.5 million donation

On Wednesday business executives, professors, and entrepreneurs from around the globe congregated in the McConomy Auditorium to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Carnegie Bosch Institute.

Emerson Chairman Farr talks about growing his business

Farr visited the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon this past week to discuss business strategy reform, his successes, and his work as the CEO of a Fortune 500 company.

TOC makes changes to combat crowding

Next week, students will flock to the Jared L. Cohon University Center (CUC) for the annual Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC).

International news in brief

Around the world, an 8.3-magnitude earthquake struck the coast of Chile and Pope Francis made a visit to Cuba.

Campus crime and incident reports

This week, a batch of cupcakes was unlawfully taken from a conference room and several bikes were stolen in the area surrounding campus.

Campus news in brief

A Carnegie Mellon professor of materials science and engineering won a $500,000 prize this week, and the university began a new partnership with the City of Pittsburgh.

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