When Jim Garrett was named dean of Carnegie Mellon’s College of Engineering, it was big news for that college’s students, faculty, and alumni. As for his ongoing research determining the safety of bridges, it may one day be big news for everyone who travels on roads throughout the United States.
The moment before we download apps on our smartphones, we must answer: Do you accept the terms and conditions? When Carnegie Mellon’s Jason Hong discovered what all of us are actually agreeing to, he was startled and concerned. He believes we should be, too.
Who’s giving and who’s receiving? It’s hard to tell in the volunteer partnership between CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center students and a special resort near Orlando, Fla. Each time the students build a unique attraction for Make-a-Wish children, it’s a life-changing experience for the youngsters and
for the students.
By answering fundamental scientific questions, CMU alumnus Jordan Green could change healthcare forever.
The DeBenedetti family’s history has the plot twists of a miniseries, including plenty of life-and-death drama. Eventually, Carnegie Mellon becomes an important part of the story; today, family members are rewarding the university for its presence in their lives with a generous gift that helps culminate the Inspire Innovation campaign.