BioAndrew is responsible for advising undergraduate majors in both Social and Political History and in Global Studies. In addition to consulting with students on course selection and ensuring students meet degree requirements, Andrew also helps students broaden their horizons, maximize their experiences at Carnegie Mellon, and launch their careers by facilitating study abroad opportunities, internships, and other programs in Pittsburgh and around the world. Andrew earned his Ph.D. in History in 2015 from CMU. He has taught numerous courses in the History Department and won the Department's 2015 Goldman Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching. Prior to joining the History Department as an Academic Advisor, Andrew worked for the Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program where he helped graduate students implement direct service projects to address health and environmental justice in underserved communities in southwestern Pennsylvania. Andrew is passionate about helping students succeed both inside and outside the classroom.
Department Member Since: 2017