ScottyLabs is a student organization at Carnegie Mellon University. We organize educational events to help people learn how to make things, host events to give students the opportunity to work on projects outside of class, and develop applications and services for the campus community.
We have meetings on Wednesdays from 5:00pm to 6:00pm in the UC Pake Room. Feel free to stop in, hear what we're working on, and help out!
To learn more about our organization, and about how you can get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn about how you can sponsor ScottyLabs, email email@example.com. You can also find us on Facebook and Github.
September 19, October 10, and November 7, 2014
Startup Tour is a chance for you to visit the offices of Pittsburgh startups, meet CMU alums who have started companies, and network with local entrepreneurs.
October 25 and November 1, 2014
CrashCourse is an event where expert student volunteers will teach other students new skills. There are workshops about everything from HTML and CSS to computer security to Raspberry Pi hacking. We're organizing and running this event in collaboration with ACM@CMU.
February 6-7, 2015
TartanHacks is CMU's premier hackathon, an event where a bunch of people get together in teams for a fixed amount of time to make something cool. We provide food (that's better than pizza), mentors, and a space to hack for 24 hours. You provide the cool ideas and turn them into reality.
September 4-5 & 8-12, 2014
Web Dev Weeks was a series of lectures, workshops, and exercises that introduced the fundamentals of web development. If you want to make websites outside of the classroom, get a head start on later electives, or attend hackathons, Web Dev Weeks will give you the foundational knowledge you need to get started.
March 28, 2014
BeginnerBuild was a workshop in which a group of complete beginners were taught how to build a website from scratch. We provided tons of student mentors and free food, and every student left with a fully-working website and a list of resources to learn more about web development.
Demo Day was a chance for CMU students to show off projects they've been working on outside of class. We provided a space for students to set up tables with posters and demos of their projects.
APIs@CMU is a project that allows developers to access on-campus data in a form that is well-structured, up to date, and easy to parse. We currently offer scheduling and directory APIs.
Print@ScottyLabs is an application that allows anyone with an Andrew ID to print documents via email and from their mobile devices. Simply send an email with a document attached to firstname.lastname@example.org from your @andrew.cmu.edu email address to get started.
Director of Technology
Director of Operations
Director of Finance
Director of Communications
- Andrew Benson
- Daniel Kim
- Elizabeth Zeng
- Kai Kang
- Mark C. Vella
- Min Zhou
- Oscar Bezi
- Rehan Butt
- Siddhant Wadhwa
- Westin Lohne