Alvin Mathew

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  • Intel and CMU work together on IDeATe

    As he sat in his office on the lower level of Carnegie Mellon’s Margaret Morrison Hall, Daragh Byrne’s excitement over the IDeATe program was evident.

    News | March 31, 2014
  • Campus news in brief

    UC to be renamed after former president

    University administration announced in a campus-wide email last Monday that the University Center (UC), which is set to be expanded and renovated over the course of the next two years, will be named after Jared Cohon, president emeritus and professor of civil and environmental engineering and engineering and public policy.

    News | March 31, 2014
  • Senate continues First Lecture series with seniors Moore, Serrao

    The second installment of “The First Lectures” was held on Thursday, March 20 at 8 p.m. The idea for the lecture series came from Vaasavi Unnava, a first-year economics and statistics double major. The title “First Lectures” alludes to former computer science and human-computer interaction and design professor Randy Pausch’s The Last Lecture, which he gave in McConomy Auditorium after being diagno...

    News | March 24, 2014
  • Diverse TED talks inspire students

    TEDxCMU held its annual conference at Carnegie Mellon University, where 11 speakers gave 10–15 minute presentations on a variety of topics. Junior decision science major Nadyli Nuñez serves as president of TEDxCMU and was in charge of this year’s conference. “TEDxCMU is an independently organized event,” Nuñez said. “TED created TEDx to make an amazing impact for people. We offer TED talks here fo...

    News | March 3, 2014
  • Campus News in Brief

    Schneider Elected as Fellow Of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

    Carnegie Mellon professor of chemical engineering James W. Schneider has been selected as a new member of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s (AIMBE) College of Fellows. Schneider also holds a courtesy appointment in the department of biomedical engineering.

    News | March 3, 2014