Pre-College staff recruitment will begin in October with tabling events at various locations throughout the campus. The Staff Information Session dates will be announced once they are available.
Carnegie Mellon's Pre-College summer program is seeking Community Advisors and Resident Advisors to be leaders within our residential experience. The program provides high school students from around the world an opportunity to experience a college setting:
- Living in campus housing
- Creating and being a part of a community
- Taking classes and receiving college credit or an evaluation
- Understanding and experiencing independence (for some, for the very first time!)
- Developing and gaining self-knowledge
These CA and RA staff roles entail student support & supervision, role-modeling, event planning, emergency response, administrative tasks, and require those hired to live in a Pre-College housing assignment for the duration of the employment period.
Dates and Links:
(10/21-11/12/21) – CA link
(12/15-1/14/22) – RA link
Connect with alumni on your own time! CMUniverse is accessible on-the-go, in between classes, in your dorm room, etc.! Get quick advice through one-time connections or find long-term mentors. You can use CMUniverse to gain advice on a variety of topics such as job search and interview strategies; career paths and industry trends; choosing a major or applying to grad school; resume or cover letter advice; and challenges with school, job prospects, etc.
The Writing Academy is a new university club dedicated to connecting students of all levels and majors/programs, who love all kinds of writing, with CMU alumni mentors.
- Are you an undergraduate or graduate student who likes to write?
- Want to meet other students across campus who do, too?
- Interested in networking and learning from CMU alumni professionals who work at places like The New Yorker, Uber, The Oscars/Academy Awards, Informatica, and more?
- Want to join an official university club while doing so?
Interested in learning more about HCI at CMU? The HCII User Experience Association is launching a semester-long coffee chat program, open to students of all majors! The UXA is a student org committed to cultivating a community among undergraduate HCII students. These chats are an open space for you to speak with HCII undergraduates on the college experience, getting involved in the HCI, career advice, creating your first portfolio, or anything else.
Carnegie Mellon's Center for Shared Prosperity (CSP) and University Libraries will host a series of conversations on the book "In the Shadow of the Ivory Tower" by Davarian L. Baldwin (https://bit.ly/3BNhMwA). Baldwin’s book takes a critical look at universities as “public good” and examines the relationship between universities and the cities where they reside. While facilitated by staff members at the Center for Shared Prosperity, the meetings are designed to be places of emergent conversation amongst participants with all faculty, staff, and students invited to join. Points of discussion can serve to generate intentional practices and thoughtful critique so as to reimagine more just and equitable relationships both internal to CMU and external to its surrounding community partners. It is not a requirement to attend all the conversation dates.
Each conversation will focus on a specific chapter from the book and participants are asked to have read each section in advance of the meeting. This discussion series will be held on Zoom and, to maintain privacy, will not be recorded. Should you want to join us as we venture into these exciting and boundary-spanning conversations, please sign up at the link below. Seats for the discussion will be limited to 50 persons during the entirety of the fall semester and will be from 12:00pm - 1:00pm on 10/20, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1, and 12/15. A limited number of copies have been made available courtesy of The Center for Shared Prosperity.
To sign up for the discussions and request a copy of the book, please use the following link by September 24: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSddTuFCjv7Ev1bBzGZy5KzoUqKp_tr65lOS0Ge96aGqbCuOqg/viewform
Dietrich College invites you to nominate a member of the college's faculty for the 2021-22 Elliott Dunlap Smith Award for Distinguished Teaching and Educational Service. As implied by the title of the award, the leading criterion should be that a nominee shall have achieved distinction as a teacher and educator in the college and university, and perhaps – more broadly -- higher education in general, and/or his or her discipline.
A more detailed description of the award, as well as nomination processes and a list of past winners, can be found here.
Preliminary nominations should consist of a letter (2 pages, maximum, signed by at least three faculty, students, or staff), submitted electronically via the web link noted above.
Nomination Deadline: Monday, November 1, 2021.
Here for You is a student organization that helps connect students to campus mental health resources. As advocates for mental health, they lead discussion groups on mental health issues and host events to raise mental health awareness.
Join our weekly meetings on Mondays from 5 to 6 p.m. in PH A19D
Reach out to us!