Dowd Fellowship supports “high-risk, high-reward” research Opens in new window
Each year, thanks to a generous gift from alumnus Philip Dowd (B.S. MSE ’63) and his wife Marsha, the Dowd Engineering Seed Fund for Graduate Student Fellowships supports a year of doctoral expenses for multiple Ph.D. students.
New hope for people living with paralysis after stroke Opens in new window
Spinal cord stimulation technology developed by Douglas Weber in collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh offers new hope for people living with impairments that would otherwise be considered permanent.
AI Engineering will change the world around us Opens in new window
Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering is equipping next generation engineers with the ability to integrate AI into the constraints of the engineering problem by way of seven new master’s degrees in AI Engineering.
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