The Oral History Program records the real-life memories and perspectives of those who experienced the history of Carnegie Mellon University. These interviews do not just inform listeners of the events’ histories—they tell the story of how the events were experienced.
The Carnegie Mellon University Archives are creating the world’s first dedicated robot archive to serve as the pre-eminent archival, historical, and instructional resource on the discipline of robotics.
The Computer Science Videotape Collection is an irreplaceable record of Carnegie Mellon University speakers spanning much of the formative history of the Computer Science Department and the School of Computer Science. It provides rare, direct accounts of the field as it was being created.