Something is always going on within the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Whether it is an innovative student project, groundbreaking research or a faculty-authored bestseller, check out the stories below for a chronological look at what’s happening.
April 27, 2017
Program Takes Students Behind the Scenes in D.C.
Students in Carnegie Mellon University’s Washington Semester Program (WSP) get to explore the United States capital while completing coursework and internships with D.C.-based organizations.
April 27, 2017
What Can You Do With a Master of Science in Computational Finance?
CMU’s MSCF Program is the top-rated financial engineering degree and is a joint program between the Tepper School of Business, the Mathematical Sciences Department, the Department of Statistics and the Heinz College.
April 26, 2017
David Danks Wins 2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship
Carnegie Corporation of New York has named David Danks a 2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. The 35 selected fellows will receive a total of $7 million in funding, or $200,000 each, making it the most generous stipend for humanities and social sciences research available. Danks’ project will explore trust and autonomous technologies.
April 25, 2017
Psi Chi Honor Society Inducts 21 CMU Students
Twenty-one CMU students with primary or additional majors in the Department of Psychology were inducted into Psi Chi this spring. They join more than 700,000 members of the international psychology honor society.
April 24, 2017
Legacy Scholarships Leave Lasting Imprints
When Peter Brady arrived at CMU four years ago, he was used to working while going to school and thought that would continue during college. However, Brady, who will graduate in May with degrees in economics and international relations and politics, was awarded an Andrew Carnegie Society Legacy Scholarship.