‘Thrive at CMU’ to improve wellness
Months after Carnegie Mellon’s stress culture Town Hall in January, the university and its students are looking for ways to address stress management and wellness on campus. Neha Chaurasia, a senior biological sciences major, is designing a new StuCo class on wellness for incoming first-years.News | April 15, 2013
Verbeke lectures on changes in European design education
Johan Verbeke, a professor from the Sint-Lucas School of Architecture (LUCA) in Belgium, presented the lecture “Developments in Higher Education in Europe and its impact on arts, architecture and design,” last Thursday in Porter Hall.News | April 8, 2013
Plagiarism service solicits students
A website called Lashzone, which functions as a paper mill service, recently sent a number of emails to Carnegie Mellon students. The university staff and administration views these emails as threats to academic integrity. They also coincide with the university’s current attempt to update its policy on academic integrity.News | April 1, 2013
CMU, NSA search for student hackers
Carnegie Mellon teamed up with the National Security Agency (NSA) to create a high school hacking competition known as “Toaster Wars,” which takes place April 26 to May 6.
Sponsored by the NSA and supported by Carnegie Mellon’s own hacking group, the Plaid Parliament of Pwning (PPP), Toaster Wars has been developed into a high-profile hacking competition.News | March 25, 2013
University initiative aims to support alumni entrepreneurs
Carnegie Mellon has been offering students and alumni an opportunity to start their own businesses since June 2012 with support from the Open Field Entrepreneur’s Fund (OFEF).
This fund awards money and resources to Carnegie Mellon alumni who graduated within the past five years.News | March 4, 2013