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Dietrich College students publish poetry and analyze brain scans. They teach elementary school students to speak Spanish and create computer tutors that teach algebra. They study how films shape our culture and learn about the impact that pollution has had on the history of American cities.

Dietrich College students study under some of the world's leading scholars in fields that were pioneered at Carnegie Mellon, such as decision science, technical writing, history and policy and cognitive neuroscience. And Dietrich College provides for all Carnegie Mellon students what the New York Times has called "the most creative general education program of any American university."

2020 Year in Review

yir2019_cover-300x400.jpgHaving faculty at the top of their fields, students who have a passion for multidisciplined training and so much more, Dietrich College has many reasons to showcase the awards, honors, accomplishments and projects that make our college an extraordinary place to work, study and learn.

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