The Graduate Education Fellowship Fund helps SCS to recruit and support talented graduate students who are underrepresented at CMU.
Created in honor of the former dean of SCS, and now professor emeritus, the Randy Bryant Endowed Fellowship Fund provides full or partial fellowships for graduate students in the School of Computer Science.
The Red Whittaker Endowed Robotics Fellowship, created by alumni and friends in honor of longtime professor Red Whittaker, provides fellowship support within the discipline of field robotics, to include cross-disciplinary work in computer science, engineering, and related disciplines, with a preference for master’ s or Ph.D. students in at least their second year in the school of Computer Science or College of Engineering.
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.
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. When you contribute to the Raj Reddy AI Fund, you acknowledge and celebrate the lasting impact Raj has made on the field. At the same time, you invest in the students, faculty and research that will change how humans and technology interact for generations to come.