SCS News & Press Releases 2022

April 2022

A cell phone screen displays the data an app uses to track you and data that may be linked to you.

CyLab Researchers Investigate Apple's Privacy Labels

By Daniel Tkacik - Friday, April 29, 2022
Portrait of Christina Harrington

Inclusive Design and Research Methods Will Lead To More Innovative, Intelligent Technology

CMU's Christina Harrington Works at the Intersection of Futurism, Health and Racial Equity

By Megan Harris - Thursday, April 28, 2022
Celebration of Education logo.

SCS Faculty, Grad Students Earn CMU's Top Education Honors

By Susie Cribbs and Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, April 26, 2022
White line graphs against a black background show how many survey respondents in all 50 states knew someone with COVID-19 over a two year period.

Delphi Group, University of Maryland, Meta Honored for COVID-19 Survey

By Aaron Aupperlee - Wednesday, April 20, 2022
A man in the right corner of the photo looks at phone in his hand, which is on the left side of the photo. The phone shows an image of his face with a mesh of digital dots on it, and larger marks around his eyes, lips and nose.

Your Eyes Control Your Smartphone With CMU's New Gaze-Tracking Tool

EyeMU Enables Users To Interact With Their Screens Without Lifting a Finger

By Chris Quirk - Monday, April 18, 2022
A portrait of Kayo Lin.

From The Link: Beyond Grateful

Life-Changing Experience Brings Kayo Yin to CMU, Drives Visionary Research

By Shilo Rea - Friday, April 15, 2022
Portraits of Robert Kraut and Martial Hebert.

Hebert, Kraut Named University Professors

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, April 12, 2022
Portrait of Daniel Schaffer.

CompBio Student Awarded Goldwater Scholarship

By Aaron Aupperlee - Thursday, April 7, 2022
A simulated heads-up display shows a glove holding a rock on the moon's surface, with the voice commands availble to the astronaut.

Moon Buddy Team Working With NASA on Spacesuits for Lunar Exploration

By Aaron Aupperlee - Wednesday, April 6, 2022
A woman interacts with stacked blocks on a table. Behind the blocks, a computer screen shows a cartoon gorilla and two pigs offering tips and advice for building strong structures.

Adding AI to Museum Exhibits Increases Learning, Keeps Kids Engaged Longer

CMU Tested Intelligent Science Exhibits at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, April 5, 2022
Five members of the Girls of Steel hold their medals in a circle in the middle of the photo.

CMU's Girls of Steel Team Qualifies for World Championship

By Aaron Aupperlee - Friday, April 1, 2022