The Six Degrees of Francis Bacon project, in association with Carnegie Mellon University and the Folger Shakespeare Library, invites early modernists, digital humanists, designers, and students to participate in Re-Designing Bacon, a half-day, multi-site participatory event dedicated to exploring and testing a major re-design of the Six Degrees of Francis Bacon website.
On October 17, 2017, Rikk Mulligan, digital scholarship strategist with University Libraries, moderated a panel discussion titled "Creation and Consequence" with Jeffrey Bigham, an associate professor of human-computer interaction in the¬†School of Computer Science; David Danks, head of the¬†Department of Philosophy¬†in the¬†Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences; Barry Luokkala, a¬†physics¬†professor in the¬†Mellon College of Science;¬†and Molly Steenson, a professor of¬†design¬†in the¬†College of Fine Arts.
Frankenstein 200 Panel Discussion: ‚ÄúCreation and Consequence‚ÄĚ
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 | 6:30 p.m.
Danforth Conference Room, Cohon University Center
Free to attend.¬†Pre-registration requested.
Tuesday, October 17 |¬†6:30 p.m. ‚Äď 7:30 p.m.¬†
Danforth Conference Room, CUC
The University Libraries invites you to participate in Open Access Week 2017, an annual international event promoting open access to peer-reviewed work as a new norm in research and scholarship. To celebrate, the Libraries, which has organized Open Access Week activities on campus since 2010, is hosting three signature events. All events are in the Den in Sorrells Library.¬†
In remembrance of CMU alumnus and Night of the Living Dead director George A. Romero, who passed away this summer, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries presents Legacy of the Dead: A Tribute to George A.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 | 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Hunt Library Lobby
Join the university's archivists for #AskAnArchivistDay to view select items from the Carnegie Mellon University archives, pick up buttons using vintage CMU imagery, and test your Tartan trivia knowledge. We‚Äôll also celebrate the launch of the new University Archives blog, Scotty Tales, with Scottie dog cookies!
Engage with a global community of engineering students all over the world through friendly competition. Play individually or set up a team of maximum 5 players. Teams are not limited to one institution, you may form teams with engineering students from any school or university.
Constitution Day Lecture - Immigration Executive Orders: Putting our Courts to the Test
The Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives initiated a proposal that resulted in the Action, Ideas, Architecture: Arthur Lubetz/Front Studio exhibition that is currently on display at the Heinz Architectural Center of the Carnegie Museum of Art through May 22. The Architecture Archives retained Charles L. Rosenblum, Adjunct Faculty in the School of Architecture,¬†to curate the exhibit,¬†and loaned numerous drawings and models for the show from its Arthur Lubetz Associates Collection.