Category: Carnegie Mellon University

Are Democratic and Republican energy policies actually that different?

One of the biggest differences between the policies of the Democratic and Republican parties in recent years has been their approach to climate change. More specifically, the role of U.S….

Extracurriculars Complete CMU Experience

October 22, 2020 Before the pandemic changed campus operations, Remy Goldberg would cross Forbes Avenue lugging a massive keyboard. Her peers would follow suit, carrying boxes filled with props on…

A Protein Pioneer

Steps Toward Success As a first-generation college student, Amber admits she was intimidated about pursuing her doctorate, but she immediately knew Carnegie Mellon was the place for her to achieve…

Foundation for the future

Undergraduate research set recent alumnus Zachary Blonder on his current career path, one that could lead to a vaccine for COVID-19. Blonder, who earned a degree in chemical engineering in…

Biology Professor Huaiying Zhang Receives NIH Grant to Study Mechanisms of Cancer Growth

October 20, 2020 Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Chemical Engineering Huaiying Zhang has received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how abnormalities…

New Tartans Unite in Taiwan

October 20, 2020 While the United States works to contain COVID-19, Steffi Chern has been hitting the links mostly solo near Hsinchu City in Taiwan. A member of Carnegie Mellon…

Alumni News Update 10.20 – 10.26.20

Alumni News Update 10.20 – 10.26.20 Posted: Monday, October 19, 2020 Welcome to the Weekly Alumni News Update! To have your news featured, please email schoolofartnews@cmu.edu with a brief description, link to more…

5 Questions for Swetha Kannan BFA ’16

5 Questions for Swetha Kannan BFA ’16 Posted: Monday, October 19, 2020 Swetha Kannan is a graphics and data journalist at the Los Angeles Times who applies her skills in game design, animation,…

Professor Barrois Participates in ICA LA Fundraiser

Professor Barrois Participates in ICA LA Fundraiser Posted: Friday, October 16, 2020 Professor Lyndon Barrois Jr. is among the nearly 400 artists who have contributed work to “Incognito,” the Institute…

Lauren O’Connor-Korb Wins Judge’s Prize for Work in B20: Wiregrass Biennial

Lauren O’Connor-Korb Wins Judge’s Prize for Work in B20: Wiregrass Biennial Posted: Friday, October 16, 2020 The Wiregrass Museum of Art (WMA) named Sculpture Technician Lauren O’Connor-Korb as the recipient…