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TribLIVE
‘Hamilton’ gets record 16 Tony nods; several CMU alumni nominatedcrown — best new musical — with “Bright Star,” “School of Rock,” “Shuffle Along
‘Hamilton’ gets record 16 Tony nods; several CMU alumni nominated
TribLIVE / Posted 2 hours ago
crown — best new musical — with “Bright Star,” “School of Rock,” “Shuffle Along” and “Waitress.” At least six alumni from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama received nods: • Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, best lighting design of a... Read more
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TribLIVE
CMU to study Pittsburgh’s air qualityCMU to study Pittsburgh's air quality | TribLIVE Neighborhoods CMU to study P
CMU to study Pittsburgh’s air quality
TribLIVE / Posted 12 hours ago
CMU to study Pittsburgh's air quality | TribLIVE Neighborhoods CMU to study Pittsburgh's air quality Carnegie Mellon University will use a $10 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to study air pollution in Pittsburgh and other... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Mary Jeanne Vincent, Career Talk: The curiosity advantagefun. In a 2013 article in Time magazine, Anne Murphy Paul called curiosity “th
Mary Jeanne Vincent, Career Talk: The curiosity advantage
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
fun. In a 2013 article in Time magazine, Anne Murphy Paul called curiosity “the engine of intellectual achievement.” The Carnegie Mellon University professor of economics and psychology wrote, “Curiosity arises when attention becomes focused on a... Read more
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FOX News
5 ways you’re losing brain powerof obese people work harder than those of normal weight people to achieve the s
5 ways you’re losing brain power
FOX News / Posted 20 hours ago
of obese people work harder than those of normal weight people to achieve the same results, according to researchers at Carnegie Mellon University. See, high blood pressure and inflammation—both of which strike obese people hard—irritate your... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Can An Online Game Help Create A Better Test For TB?be trained to do this stuff? "On some level, the answer is likely yes," says Ad
Can An Online Game Help Create A Better Test For TB?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 22 hours ago
be trained to do this stuff? "On some level, the answer is likely yes," says Adrien Treuille, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University who worked with Das to develop EteRNA. "We should be able to train computers to solve RNA puzzles,... Read more
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The Auto Channel
U.S. EPA Provides $30 Million to Create Research Centers at Three Universitiesto reduce risks." These grants to the universities are funded through EPA’s
U.S. EPA Provides $30 Million to Create Research Centers at Three Universities
The Auto Channel / Posted 22 hours ago
to reduce risks." These grants to the universities are funded through EPA’s Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Penn. to create the Center for Air, Climate, and Energy Solutions (CACES), which will... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Can An Online Game Help Create A Better Test For TB?be trained to do this stuff? "On some level, the answer is likely yes," says Ad
Can An Online Game Help Create A Better Test For TB?
KERA North Texas / Posted 23 hours ago
be trained to do this stuff? "On some level, the answer is likely yes," says Adrien Treuille, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University who worked with Das to develop EteRNA. "We should be able to train computers to solve RNA puzzles,... Read more
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Slate
Do Drones Have to Be Creepy?to generate moral panics—lowering the threshold for entry should make a differe
Do Drones Have to Be Creepy?
Slate / Posted yesterday
to generate moral panics—lowering the threshold for entry should make a difference. Researchers such as Nathan Michael at Carnegie Mellon are working on solutions that would assist pilots, much like the semi-autonomous systems that are showing up... Read more
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The Scientist
Nanoscale Defensesexample, while allowing relatively large, more flexible mammalian cells (~10–12
Nanoscale Defenses
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
example, while allowing relatively large, more flexible mammalian cells (~10–120 μm) to adhere. Christopher Bettinger of Carnegie Mellon University and his colleagues showed that long troughs called nanogratings etched into a solid surface... Read more
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TribLIVE
This month’s sales take on some country flavorsale also offers glass from Tiffany and Waterford, John Deere farm machinery to
This month’s sales take on some country flavor
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
sale also offers glass from Tiffany and Waterford, John Deere farm machinery toys and a charcoal drawing from former Carnegie Mellon University instructor Herbert Olds. Bidders will be going up the country for a pair of on-site sales... Read more
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TribLIVE
CMU sees record number of applications despite costsees record number of applications despite cost Talk about heated competition.
CMU sees record number of applications despite cost
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
sees record number of applications despite cost Talk about heated competition. The race for admission to Carnegie Mellon University's freshman class has grown fierce over the past decade as applications soared from 11,176 in... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
'Shuffle Along' on Broadway: Audra McDonald Celebrates Comedy and Tragedy of New Showcast, Southern comfort food and suspended suitcases over the dance floor. “I r
'Shuffle Along' on Broadway: Audra McDonald Celebrates Comedy and Tragedy of New Show
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted yesterday
cast, Southern comfort food and suspended suitcases over the dance floor. “I remember learning about Shuffle Along at Carnegie Mellon, and seeing the blackface and song titles like ‘Pickaninny Shoes,’ and it was the butt of every joke for me... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This Microsoft legend says the the company is making bigger bets than ever beforecurrent startup craze, the walls between academia and business are thinner than
This Microsoft legend says the the company is making bigger bets than ever before
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
current startup craze, the walls between academia and business are thinner than ever — after all, Uber famously raided the Carnegie Mellon robotics department to staff up its driverless car efforts. It's led to academic institutions encouraging... Read more
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Connecticut Post
This Microsoft legend says the the company is making bigger bets than ever beforecurrent startup craze, the walls between academia and business are thinner than
This Microsoft legend says the the company is making bigger bets than ever before
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
current startup craze, the walls between academia and business are thinner than ever — after all, Uber famously raided the Carnegie Mellon robotics department to staff up its driverless car efforts. It's led to academic institutions encouraging... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
This Microsoft legend says the the company is making bigger bets than ever beforecurrent startup craze, the walls between academia and business are thinner than
This Microsoft legend says the the company is making bigger bets than ever before
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
current startup craze, the walls between academia and business are thinner than ever — after all, Uber famously raided the Carnegie Mellon robotics department to staff up its driverless car efforts. It's led to academic institutions encouraging... Read more
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Business Insider
The startup that turned learning languages into a game is trying to disrupt a $5 billion industryis widespread. What if you could make a cheaper, shorter, smarter test? Shouldn
The startup that turned learning languages into a game is trying to disrupt a $5 billion industry
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
is widespread. What if you could make a cheaper, shorter, smarter test? Shouldn’t there be an app for that? Right now, Carnegie Mellon University is quietly conducting a pilot study—brokered by a former dean of admissions at Yale and involving... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Eyeing sustainability, Chicago hires first resilience officerErvin said he learned early on was to involve the community and get the input o
Eyeing sustainability, Chicago hires first resilience officer
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
Ervin said he learned early on was to involve the community and get the input of regular people. Ervin, who worked with Carnegie Mellon University to hold two town hall forums when he started as Pittsburgh's CRO, said it's imperative to pull... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
2016 All-State Academic Honorable MentionGrove High School: Luke Richardson, son Dana and Sharon Richardson, Stanford Un
2016 All-State Academic Honorable Mention
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Grove High School: Luke Richardson, son Dana and Sharon Richardson, Stanford University, Yale University, Carnegie Mellon University or Kansas State University, biomedical engineering DeSoto High School: Jaycie Thaemert, daughter... Read more
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asianage
Sporty FIX-ationsto the Nick Bollettieri Academy in Florida, US. Her younger son Abhishek stood
Sporty FIX-ations
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
to the Nick Bollettieri Academy in Florida, US. Her younger son Abhishek stood first in the Division 3 while studying at Carnegie Mellon. A clear-thinking parent, and child can gain from such exposure. “Introducing a child early on into sports... Read more
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The Morning Call
University cafe closed after 40 reports of illnessPITTSBURGH (AP) — A cafe on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in western
University cafe closed after 40 reports of illness
The Morning Call / Posted 2 days ago
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A cafe on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in western Pennsylvania has been closed for cleaning after more than 40 people reported becoming ill after eating there last week. La Prima Espresso closed its location at the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaignthe industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed t
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaign
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
the industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed the role only four months after graduating Carnegie Mellon University. “I still live with my grandmother, in the Valley. She’s a sailor. She’s sailing right now to... Read more
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Darien News-Review
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaignthe industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed t
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaign
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
the industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed the role only four months after graduating Carnegie Mellon University. “I still live with my grandmother, in the Valley. She’s a sailor. She’s sailing right now to... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaignthe industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed t
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaign
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 days ago
the industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed the role only four months after graduating Carnegie Mellon University. “I still live with my grandmother, in the Valley. She’s a sailor. She’s sailing right now to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaignthe industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed t
‘Fargo’ Cast, Creator Reveal Season Two Secrets on Eve of Emmy Campaign
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
the industry because I had gotten a little jaded.” As for Keller, she landed the role only four months after graduating Carnegie Mellon University. “I still live with my grandmother, in the Valley. She’s a sailor. She’s sailing right now to... Read more
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Fortune
How MBA Programs Make Great Leaders—and Where They Failalongside the business ones. As a case in point, we have been working the last
How MBA Programs Make Great Leaders—and Where They Fail
Fortune / Posted 3 days ago
alongside the business ones. As a case in point, we have been working the last three years on an innovative program with Carnegie Mellon. Entering students go through a comprehensive four-hour leadership simulation. They are then evaluated on a... Read more
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TribLIVE
Wood Street exhibit shows how bugs are ‘All Around Us’Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Wood Street Galleries, Downtown. Organized by Ali
Wood Street exhibit shows how bugs are ‘All Around Us’
TribLIVE / Posted 3 days ago
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Wood Street Galleries, Downtown. Organized by Ali Momeni, an associate professor of art at Carnegie Mellon University, the exhibit features works by eight artists from the United States, Canada and Europe who each... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School of Management, Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University found experimentally that in group settings, people who were selfish were seen as being more... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School of Management, Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University found experimentally that in group settings, people who were selfish were seen as being more... Read more
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TribLIVE
Coffee shop at CMU closed for cleaning after students sickenedshop at CMU closed for cleaning after students sickened Coffee shop La Prima E
Coffee shop at CMU closed for cleaning after students sickened
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
shop at CMU closed for cleaning after students sickened Coffee shop La Prima Espresso closed its Carnegie Mellon University location Friday for a “thorough cleaning” because at least 15 students became ill after eating... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!
Greenwich Time / Posted 4 days ago
in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School of Management, Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University found experimentally that in group settings, people who were selfish were seen as being more... Read more
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The News-Times
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School
Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Selfish!
The News-Times / Posted 4 days ago
in the corporate rat race. A joint study by researchers from the Kellog School of Management, Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University found experimentally that in group settings, people who were selfish were seen as being more... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
2 SETX school districts among top in Texascountry and assigned ranks and grades to more than 10,000 that provided suffici
2 SETX school districts among top in Texas
Houston Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
country and assigned ranks and grades to more than 10,000 that provided sufficient data. Niche.com was started in 2002 by Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh as www.collegeprowler.com to provide prospective students with information about... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Music gives lift to Pittsburgh International Airport travelersmore than a dozen other art installations and exhibits. The latest installatio
Music gives lift to Pittsburgh International Airport travelers
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 4 days ago
more than a dozen other art installations and exhibits. The latest installation is "The Sky Beneath Our Feet," a 69,000-square-foot terrazzo floor public artwork created last year by Clayton Merrell, a professor of art at Carnegie Mellon Univers... Read more
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Slate
Duolingo Made Language Learning Fun. Can It Do the Same for Language Testing?is widespread. What if you could make a cheaper, shorter, smarter test? Shouldn
Duolingo Made Language Learning Fun. Can It Do the Same for Language Testing?
Slate / Posted 4 days ago
is widespread. What if you could make a cheaper, shorter, smarter test? Shouldn’t there be an app for that? Right now, Carnegie Mellon University is quietly conducting a pilot study—brokered by a former dean of admissions at Yale and involving... Read more
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TribLIVE
No violations found in probe of CMU eateryin probe of CMU eatery The Allegheny County Health Department continues to sea
No violations found in probe of CMU eatery
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
in probe of CMU eatery The Allegheny County Health Department continues to search for a cause behind the illnesses of 15 Carnegie Mellon University students who ate at a campus coffee shop this week. University Health Services found that 13 of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Music gives lift to Pittsburgh International Airport travelersOur Feet,” a 69,000-square-foot terrazzo floor public artwork created last year
Music gives lift to Pittsburgh International Airport travelers
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
Our Feet,” a 69,000-square-foot terrazzo floor public artwork created last year by Clayton Merrell, a professor of art at Carnegie Mellon University. Show commenting policy TribLive commenting policy You are solely responsible for your comments... Read more
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Providence Business News
Surgery gets less invasiveFDA approval in the United States, it began to market the Flexible Robotics Sys
Surgery gets less invasive
Providence Business News / Posted 4 days ago
FDA approval in the United States, it began to market the Flexible Robotics System here. Through a joint project with Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center was the first hospital in the United States to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pianist returns to Pittsburgh for classes, baseballthe first pitch before the Pirates game May 2 and to teach a free master class
Pianist returns to Pittsburgh for classes, baseball
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
the first pitch before the Pirates game May 2 and to teach a free master class with three student pianists at noon May 5 at Carnegie Mellon University's College of Fine Arts building. Both events are among the pianist's yearlong celebration of his... Read more
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Boston Globe
Boston Dynamics robots looking for a good homearound. First, a bit of background. Raibert has been designing walking robots
Boston Dynamics robots looking for a good home
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
around. First, a bit of background. Raibert has been designing walking robots since 1980, when he founded the Leg Lab at Carnegie-Mellon University; he later moved the research group to MIT. When I visited the company in 2003, he showed me a... Read more
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The Daily Record
Mark Smith, NIKApartner at Rock Creek Environmental, and held a succession of leadership positi
Mark Smith, NIKA
The Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
partner at Rock Creek Environmental, and held a succession of leadership positions at Tetra Tech, Inc. over his 23-year tenure. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, Carnegie Institute of Techn... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fall in love with Gillian Jacobsbasic.” ’ But a basic bitch Jacobs is most certainly not. The daughter of bank
Fall in love with Gillian Jacobs
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
basic.” ’ But a basic bitch Jacobs is most certainly not. The daughter of banker and a director of alumni relations at Carnegie Mellon University, growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she was encouraged to read voraciously and was taken by... Read more
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The Verge
DARPA's rocket-dodging armored vehicles inch closer to realityDARPA's vision is getting closer to reality, with the agency awarding contracts
DARPA's rocket-dodging armored vehicles inch closer to reality
The Verge / Posted 5 days ago
DARPA's vision is getting closer to reality, with the agency awarding contracts to eight institutions to develop its ideas. Carnegie Mellon, Raytheon, and SRI International are among those organizations chosen to create the "groundbreaking... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
State installing air monitors in drilling areasJennifer Gabrys, Ph.D., to begin monitoring air quality around natural gas infr
State installing air monitors in drilling areas
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Jennifer Gabrys, Ph.D., to begin monitoring air quality around natural gas infrastructure. Using equipment provided by Carnegie Mellon University, the group continues to operate 10 monitors and collect its own data, Ms. Roter said. “This is an... Read more
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TribLIVE
North Allegheny, Ligonier Valley students earn $5,000 scholarshipsand pursue a career in the medical field. • Adam Heil, a senior at Upper St. C
North Allegheny, Ligonier Valley students earn $5,000 scholarships
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
and pursue a career in the medical field. • Adam Heil, a senior at Upper St. Clair High School, was an apprentice at Carnegie Mellon University's Green Design Institute last fall. He has been awarded a US Army ROTC college scholarship. After... Read more
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The Auto Channel
U-Haul Purchase by Pitt Campus to Address Student Storage Needsoffers 744 storage units; 292 feature climate-control. The facility is within t
U-Haul Purchase by Pitt Campus to Address Student Storage Needs
The Auto Channel / Posted 5 days ago
offers 744 storage units; 292 feature climate-control. The facility is within two miles of the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and Carlow University. Duquesne University is just four miles away. "There are a lot of students... Read more
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TribLIVE
Bach Choir’s homage to steel to premiere at Carrie Furnacefor words. “I came across ‘Smoke and Steel' and thought it was great,” says Ga
Bach Choir’s homage to steel to premiere at Carrie Furnace
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
for words. “I came across ‘Smoke and Steel' and thought it was great,” says Galbraith, also a professor of composition at Carnegie Mellon University. “The names Pittsburgh and Braddock jumped out, and then I really knew it was perfect.” She says... Read more
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TribLIVE
CMU students become ill after eating at campus coffee shopat campus coffee shop | TribLIVE Neighborhoods About 15 Carnegie Mellon Uni
CMU students become ill after eating at campus coffee shop
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
at campus coffee shop | TribLIVE Neighborhoods About 15 Carnegie Mellon University students became ill after eating at a campus coffee shop, university officials said... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
More than a dozen CMU students ill after eating at campus eateryFifteen Carnegie Mellon University students have become ill with gastrointestin
More than a dozen CMU students ill after eating at campus eatery
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 5 days ago
Fifteen Carnegie Mellon University students have become ill with gastrointestinal distress, with 13 of those cases being directly linked to a campus eatery. Thirteen of the 15 students purchased soup and/or sandwiches from La Prima Espresso in Wean... Read more
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Daily Mail
US Army reveals radical new self driving troop carrierunits include Raytheon, Honeywell International, Ledios, QuinetiQ and Pratt & M
US Army reveals radical new self driving troop carrier
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
units include Raytheon, Honeywell International, Ledios, QuinetiQ and Pratt & Miller. Also in the mix are Carnegie Mellon University, the Southwest Researcher Institute and SRI International. The Ground X-Vehicle Technology... Read more
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Arkansas Times
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star TeamTo me, it's fun to be engaged." High school: Arkansas School for Mathematics,
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Team
Arkansas Times / Posted 5 days ago
To me, it's fun to be engaged." High school: Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts College plans: Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Vanderbilt or University of Arkansas at Fayetteville To some, computer science may sound all... Read more
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