One of the strengths of the School of Computer Science is the entrepreneurial nature of its students, faculty and researchers. The Dean's Innovation Fund allows the dean to quickly support new ideas that emerge during the year that aren't covered by the operational budget or research grants. The dean can also use this fund to improve the quality of life for graduate and undergraduate students.
Faculty & Student Support
Created in honor of CMU alumnus and teaching professor emeritus Jacobo Carrasquel (S'83, HNZ'88), this need-based scholarship will honor Jacobo’s legacy by supporting an SCS student who will follow in his trailblazing footsteps, making our community stronger as a result.
The CompBio Fellowship Fund provides general fellowship support to students participating in masters programs offered by the Computational Biology Department who are of under-privileged socioeconomic status, with a preference for students who have demonstrated a strong interest in careers in biomedical research.
The CompBio High School Summer Program Scholarship Fund provides general scholarship support to students participating in the department's high school summer program(s), with a preference for students who are of under-privileged socioeconomic status.
CMU Roboticists are helping to save lives. You can help them by supporting the DARPA Sub-T Challenge team.
The Scott Robert Krulcik Scholarship Fund in Computer Science will be used to establish a merit-based scholarship to acknowledge and reward a current undergraduate student (or students) in their junior or senior years who are enrolled in CMU’s School of Computer Science and who have clearly demonstrated the core traits, attitude, and approach that embodied Scott.
REUSE brings undergrads from other universities to CMU for the summer to do research with our world-class faculty members. The goal is to have maximum impact on the students that participate, many of whom are under-represented in our field.
Established in 2018, the Raj Reddy Fund for Artificial Intelligence supports research and education in artificial intelligence (AI) and related areas in the School of Computer Science. The fund may support faculty (including professorships), students (including fellowships and scholarships) and other programs.
We recognize that a student's academic success can easily be derailed by an unforeseen event. Gifts to this fund - contributions from parents of current and former SCS students - help us offer limited financial support to students for emergencies, supplies and unanticipated events.