Courtney Chin

Class of 2012


  • Men’s tennis starts spring strong

    This past weekend marked the start of the Carnegie Mellon men’s tennis season, and after two days of dusting the rust off their rackets, the Tartans pulled away with two wins over Division I Bucknell University and Division II West Virginia Wesleyan College. The Tartans move to 5–2 overall.

    Sports | February 7, 2011
  • SciTech Briefs

    Scientists identify pneumonia bacterium

    SciTech | January 31, 2011
  • RNA synthesis research assisted by users in eteRNA

    For many years now, video games have been labeled as being brainless and unproductive with little to no educational value. However, a joint team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and Stanford University has developed a way make online games fun, challenging, and mentally stimulating — while simultaneously tapping into an enormous resource of human brainpower. Computer science and roboti...

    SciTech | January 24, 2011
  • Athlete Profile: Emily Peel continues to chase the doubles

    As the current team leader in points scored, field goals, and rebounds for the women’s basketball team, center Emily Peel is making Carnegie Mellon history. Just last week, Peel recorded a double-double against UAA opponent Brandeis University, and she helped the Tartans pull off a near-upset before falling 65–62.

    Sports | January 17, 2011
  • Researchers find evolving dialects using Twitter

    When one thinks of dialects of a language, one usually thinks of spoken variations that evolve from factors such as geographic location or social class. However, Twitter has provided two Carnegie Mellon researchers and their advising professors with the opportunity to study distinct dialects evolving from the 140-character updates of frequent Twitter users.

    SciTech | January 17, 2011

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