Nivedita Chopra Assistant Copy Manager

Class of 2015


  • An inside look at the organization behind the TOC

    Did you know that the Technical Opportunities Conference (TOC) is almost completely organized and managed by Carnegie Mellon students?

    The Tartan took an inside look into the efforts that go into putting together this popular career fair, which is crucial in helping students network with various companies, and ultimately finding the right job.

    Special | September 9, 2014
  • At upcoming career fairs, it's never too early to search for dream job

    If you walk into the University Center over the next two weeks in your usual campus clothing, you may feel out of place amongst an exceptionally well-dressed crowd, the likes of which are rarely seen on campus outside of the Tepper School of Business. It’s that time of year again: various companies are coming to campus for the Business Opportunities Conference (BOC) and Technical Opportunities Con...

    Special | September 9, 2014
  • SciTech Briefs

    Kids’ brains absorb majority of energy

    Researchers at Northwestern University have found that during childhood, the brain absorbs most of a kid’s energy. Since this leaves less energy for the rest of the body, compared to other animals, even other primates, human children take much longer to grow in body size.

    SciTech | September 9, 2014
  • Wyvern program allows use of multiple languages at once

    If you’ve ever programmed in more than one programming language, chances are that you’ve sometimes wished you could use multiple languages in the same program, because what’s easy to do in one language might be hard or impossible to do in another. A team of researchers, led by Jonathan Aldrich, associate professor in the Institute for Software Research, has been working on solving just this proble...

    SciTech | August 25, 2014
  • Dangerous Heartbleed bug may bleed your online accounts

    It’s likely that you have heard of the Heartbleed bug, which recently made headlines in the technology community. Although the bug began as a simple code mistake that occurred two years ago, its consequences have propagated across the Internet and have only recently been independently discovered by Neel Mehta of Google Security and a team of security engineers at Codenomicon, according to _heartbl...

    SciTech | April 21, 2014