Showing posts from April, 2024

Six Carnegie Mellon Alumni Nominated for 11 Tony Awards

Five undergrads named Goldwater Scholars

Anti-Money Laundering: Opportunities for Improvement | Wharton Webinar

Offering clean energy around the clock

Fashion forward

Sculptor to explore ‘layers of place’

Are allergies earlier this year?

Now corporate boards have responsibility for cybersecurity, too

Lenore Blum Elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences

An AI dataset carves new paths to tornado detection

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Two-Year Computing Programs

MIT faculty, instructors, students experiment with generative AI in teaching and learning

Julie Shah named head of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics

CMU Researchers, Robots Head To Nation’s Capital for Robotics Showcase

Remembering Chasity Nunez, a shining star at MIT Health

Two distinguished volunteers receive 2023-24 Gold Spike Awards

Seeing Our Frontline Workers – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

Smarter Work for a Better World? with Juliet Schor – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

Exploring the history of data-driven arguments in public life

Leveraging the Intergenerational Workforce – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

A push for AI literacy

Why it’s so hard to wrap your head around climate change

Three from MIT awarded 2024 Guggenheim Fellowships

A musical life: Carlos Prieto ’59 in conversation and concert

Wharton Global EMBA Program

Faculty Senate adjusts calendar of certain academic years

The Future of Work: Is it Here Yet? – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

Rathbun Lecture featuring David Henry Hwang, '79

Safer sun protection

The future of finance is digital

A ‘critical step forward’ for protecting marine ecosystems

Pizza with the president

Two from MIT awarded 2024 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans

MIT Emerging Talent opens pathways for underserved global learners

The MIT Edgerton Center’s third annual showcase dazzles onlookers

HotTopic Panel on Autonomous Weapons, April 25, 2024

ByteCast Ep28: Michelle Zhou

CMU Convenes Experts in Evaluating Generative AI

Wharton Executive Education Brings Managers a Roadmap for Effective AI Oversight with new Strategies for Accountable AI Program

AI for Science: What's Next in Research

Seven from MIT elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences for 2024

3 Questions: A shared vocabulary for how infectious diseases spread

Two MIT teams selected for NSF sustainable materials grants

How to lose yourself

Study demonstrates efficacy of MIT-led Brave Behind Bars program

Bringing an investigator’s eye to complex social challenges

MIT announces 2024 Bose Grants

Circadian rhythms can influence drugs’ effectiveness

Ian Waitz named vice president for research

A closed-loop drug-delivery system could improve chemotherapy

MIT scientists tune the entanglement structure in an array of qubits

Through Commitment to Sustainability, Carnegie Mellon Community Envisions Future for All


From Playground to Broadway

Leading Engagement with the NHL's Kimberly Davis – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

Geologists discover rocks with the oldest evidence yet of Earth’s magnetic field

Stellar Axis evokes an artist’s journey to Antarctica

The shortest way home

Mapping the brain pathways of visual memorability

Professor Emeritus Bernhardt Wuensch, crystallographer and esteemed educator, dies at 90

How light can vaporize water without the need for heat

Analytics Accelerator Student Profile – Nathan Hsu

Where Do People Work Best? – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

This tiny chip can safeguard user data while enabling efficient computing on a smartphone

“No one can work in civil engineering alone”

AI Can’t Fly Solo: The Imperative of AI/Human Teaming with Missy Cummings – Wharton People Analytics

How AI improves physician and nurse collaboration

One step greener

Researchers detect a new molecule in space

Erin Bahm, Steven Parks named 2024–25 UPS Fellows

Twenty-three MIT faculty honored as "Committed to Caring" for 2023-25

Spring semester in Wharton's EMBA program

Climate work in pictures

President’s Lecture Series Promotes Civil Discourse in Higher Education

Seacology Wins $250,000 Lipman Family Prize

Methane mitigation

Planning for healthy corals and communities

Men’s gymnastics wins national championship

The Uneven Impact of Generative AI on Entrepreneurial Performance –Wharton People Analytics

Featured video: Moooving the needle on methane

Slalom's CJ Gonzales on Measuring Culture & Experience to Advance Business –Wharton People Analytics

Planet versus plastics

Anna Roberts is an NCAA champion

Preparing MIT’s campus for cardiac emergencies

The many-body dynamics of cold atoms and cross-country running

Moooving the needle on methane

Embracing Neurodiversity in the Workplace – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

Heather Paxson named associate dean for faculty of the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

To build a better AI helper, start by modeling the irrational behavior of humans

Researching extreme environments

Angela Duckworth and Mary Murphy on Resilient Teams – Wharton People Ana...

Don’t sugarcoat it

The linguist who laid the foundation for generative AI

Allies must do more, Nobel Peace Prize winner says

POV: Walking through rain on Wharton School's campus

A Spring Carnival Arcade

Using deep learning to image the Earth’s planetary boundary layer

New flight procedures to reduce noise from aircraft departing and arriving at Boston Logan Airport

Advancing technology for aquaculture

Adding ACM..

CMU Celebrates Educational Leaders Across Campus

Communications of the ACM Relaunched as Web-First Publication

People of ACM: Lauren Wilcox (4/18/2024)

New major crosses disciplines to address climate change

Legal phantoms

T. Tony Cai, Professor of Data Science and Statistics, Named 2023 AAAS Fellow

Five CMU Faculty Elected 2023 AAAS Fellows

Four MIT faculty named 2023 AAAS Fellows

NIRBY Wins $50,000 Perlman Grand Prize in Startup Challenge presented by Venture Lab at the University of Pennsylvania

For more open and equitable public discussions on social media, try “meronymity”

How to achieve speed and scale in the clean energy transition

Study identifies a new target for epilepsy treatment

Erin Kara named Edgerton Award winner

A Decade of Learning in the Heart of the Nation

CMU Faculty and Alumna Named 2024 Guggenheim Fellows

Welcome to Wharton, Amanda Agyapong (WG'26)!

Q&A: Claire Walsh on how J-PAL’s King Climate Action Initiative tackles the twin climate and poverty crises

Knight Science Journalism Program launches HBCU Science Journalism Fellowship

Plant sensors could act as an early warning system for farmers

A home where world-changing innovations take flight

Responsible leadership in a polarized world

Kate Paye named women’s basketball head coach

The Hidden Potential of Frontline Workers – Wharton People Analytics Conference 2024

3 Questions: Enhancing last-mile logistics with machine learning

Lunar Gala 2024 — LIMINAL

High schoolers visit campus, glimpse future possibilities

Cameron Brink is second in WNBA Draft pick

A blueprint for making quantum computers easier to program

“Nanostitches” enable lighter and tougher composite materials

Women in STEM — A celebration of excellence and curiosity