Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh Community Engagement Inventory
Whether teaching computer science in our schools, managing traffic on our roads, or bringing world-class art and music to neighborhoods around Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University's faculty, staff, students, and alumni make enormous contributions to improve our region.
Now, in a new effort to share these efforts more broadly, CMU is taking stock of our ongoing activities across campus. Your help in filling out the simple form below will help the university better communicate our successes to partners across the region in the public, non-profit, and corporate communities.
Major campus-wide efforts like Metro 21, the Gelfand Center Honor Roll, and the new Sustainability Initiative will be accounted for centrally, so please feel free to focus your responses on other activities.
Many thanks for your partnership, and for your ongoing commitment to the community. Should you have any questions, please reach out to me anytime at
Responses are requested by Monday, September 23, 2019.
Office of the President
College of Fine Arts
School of Computer Science
College of Engineering
Tepper School of Business
Mellon College of Science
What is the name of your project in the Pittsburgh Community?
What is the URL for your program?
What is the annual budget for your project, or if there is no budget, how is your project financially supported?
Roughly how many hours do you volunteer each year on this project?
In a sentence or two, please describe the nature and impact of your work in the community.
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