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Radical Retailing by DesignAt CMU, Preysman, founder of direct-to-consumer clothing retailer Everlane, double-majored in electrical and computer engineering and economics.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Shribman Named Scholar-in-Residence at Dietrich CollegeDavid Shribman, who will be stepping down from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette after 16 years as executive editor, will join the Dietrich College as a scholar-in-residence in January.
CMU Students Engage with Peers Abroad Through National InitiativeStudents enrolled formed relationships with their Moroccan counterparts through the Harnessing Innovation through Virtual Exchange (HIVE) program.
Lizzy Stoyle’s House Is an International Home for the HolidaysMonday, December 17, 2018
Lizzy Stoyle’s House Is an International Home for the HolidaysAn undergraduate adviser in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences, Elizabeth “Lizzy” Stoyle has become known as a go-to person for college students coming to Pittsburgh.
Autism Risk-Factors Identified in ‘Dark Matter’ of Human GenomeThursday, December 13, 2018
Autism Risk-Factors Identified in ‘Dark Matter’ of Human GenomeDepartment of Statistics and Data Science researchers have developed a new framework capable of finding rare, high-impact genetic variants associated with human disorders.
Three Psychology Faculty Members Receive ProfessorshipsWednesday, December 12, 2018
Three Psychology Faculty Members Receive ProfessorshipsCarnegie Mellon University’s Jessica Cantlon, Brian MacWhinney and Michael Scheier have received professorships to support their work in the Department of Psychology.
Maralee Harrell Receives National Recognition for Excellence in Philosophy TeachingTuesday, December 11, 2018
Maralee Harrell Receives National Recognition for Excellence in Philosophy TeachingThe Department of Philosophy’s Maralee Harrell has won the 2018 Prize for Excellence in Philosophy Teaching, an honor jointly awarded by the American Philosophical Association (APA), the American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT) and the Teaching Philosophy Association (TPA).
Advocating Through WritingTuesday, December 04, 2018
Advocating Through WritingDavid Caruso (DC 2001) uses his CMU education as a communications specialist at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
Alumna, Writer, Director Named Marshall ScholarMonday, December 03, 2018