SEE: Summer Engineering Experience for Girls returns for its 5th year

Our campus once again welcomes 20 local girls to participate in a two-week program that provides attendees an opportunity to explore multidisciplinary engineering activities around the theme of energy. In SEE participants will learn how engineers can make a difference in how our world is powered and how they can create alternative, environmentally-friendly sources of energy. Sponsored by ICES and CIT, the summer session this year runs from July 11 to the 22nd. If you see them on campus, say hello!


Congrats to all Buggy designers & racers...

Good luck & enjoy!  Photo from Women's Races Fri. April 15, 2011. 
After Carnival, get help on last minute projects.  Librarians available at Engineering & Science Library, Hunt Library, and Mellon Library.


CRCnetBASE Trial

Carnegie Mellon University Libraries has been given a trial access to CRCnetBASE until May 13, 2011.
The CRCnetBASE trial offer includes SCI-TECHnetBASE.
This includes numerous online books on Engineering topics.
Email Donna Beck, donnab@andrew.cmu.edu, and I will email you back the login information.


Carnegie Tech Faculty Bulletins

Thanks to our University Archives for making available digital copies of the Carnegie Tech Faculty Bulletin, 1916-1971.

See the following link:


This digital collection will help those interested in researching CIT faculty & staff from this time period.
Use the "Word or Phrase" search box to try it out!

We are finding some interesting news items related to the history of the University Libraries by searching for the Word or Phrase:  library.