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Campus - Sep 25
As part of COVID-19 precautions, CMU adds route to Squirrel Hill. Carnegie Mellon University's Shuttle and Escort services keep people on the move while the pandemic lingers. The Shuttle Service offers transportation options for students, faculty and staff members and operates on a fixed route with specific stops.
Campus - Sep 23

CMU enters the first U.S. team in the international autonomous vehicle race An autonomous car programmed by a Carnegie Mellon University student team will race for the first time Sept.

Campus - Sep 22

Getting ahead in life is often about who you know. So, when CMU mathematics professor Po-Shen Loh came up with an idea for an app that could help the world get ahead of COVID-19, the first thing he did was post on social media that he was looking for help.

Pedagogy - Sep 21

Machine learning can help public health officials identify children most at risk of lead poisoning, enabling them to concentrate their limited resources on preventing poisonings rather than remediating homes only after a child suffers elevated blood lead levels, a new study shows.

Campus - Sep 21

The COVID-19 outbreak forced much of the world to transition to a virtual setting. Some, however, were better equipped than others. The CMU Esports Club already existed in that virtual realm and didn't have to press pause on their games.

Campus - Sep 17

Working from home in the pandemic may be a dream come true for some introverts or people with long commutes. But for many parents with young children, it's been a significant challenge. "Children need their parents and their parents are needed at work.

Campus - Sep 23

Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q), a Qatar Foundation partner university, started the fall 2020 semester with its highest enrollment numbers since opening its doors in 2004. There are 124 first-year students enrolled at CMU-Q representing 34 nationalities.

Computer Science - Sep 21

Both elements are critical for applications such as self-driving cars. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new metric for evaluating how well self-driving cars respond to changing road conditions and traffic, making it possible for the first time to compare perception systems for both accuracy and reaction time.

Art and Design - Sep 21

Eugene Lee, Alana Billingsley, Javier Grillo-Marxuach are also repeat winners. Four Carnegie Mellon University alumni took home statues as part of the 72nd Emmy Awards. The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honors individuals for their artistic, educational and technical achievements in the television industry.

Campus - Sep 21

As an artist, Paloma Sierra wishes to develop narratives for the growing Hispanic and Latinx population in the U.S. Sierra, who is pursuing a master's of fine arts in dramatic writing at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses cultural identity and her love of poetry in this Across the Cut.

Health - Sep 16

Heinz professor offers insight into COVID-19, contact tracing and consumer behavior. Since the advent of the internet, and later the ubiquity of smartphones, businesses and the consumer economy have steadily become more digitized.

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