Case Study: Child’s Lobectomy Reveals Brain’s Ability To Reorganize Its Visual SystemAfter three years of testing, CMU researchers discover that the patient is able to recognize faces normally, despite the removal of the preeminent regions involved in facial recognition.
Ten Dietrich College Classes You Don’t Want to MissAs the new academic year gets closer, there’s still time to discover many of the exciting courses Dietrich College has to offer.
Children's School Attracts Generations of FamiliesLegacy families—those who have enrolled more than one generation—are common at the Children's School, which turns 50 years old this year.
Using Statistics to Define an Unconventional Career PathMonday, July 30, 2018
Using Statistics to Define an Unconventional Career PathAlex Arkhangelskaya’s (DC ’14) degree in statstistics & data science has lead her to tech jobs with prominent retail companies.
Joseph Mertz To Direct Carnegie Mellon’s Information Systems ProgramFriday, July 27, 2018
Joseph Mertz To Direct Carnegie Mellon’s Information Systems ProgramCMU has selected Joseph Mertz as interim director of its Information Systems Program. Mertz has been with CMU since 1988.
Students Learn How To Speak Up! About Their StudiesThursday, July 19, 2018
Students Learn How To Speak Up! About Their StudiesDietrich College students participated in this year’s Speak Up! Program, and senior Maggie Mertz took home the People’s Choice award.
Logic, Language and Information Experts Go To Summer SchoolMonday, July 16, 2018
Logic, Language and Information Experts Go To Summer SchoolScholars from around the world came to Carnegie Mellon to attend the 2018 North American Summer School in Logic, Language and Information.
Students Reunite To Honor Barbara Johnstone's RetirementTuesday, July 03, 2018