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Class of 2023+ Makes Its StartDietrich College’s Class of 2023+ arrived ready for a week of introductions, ice breakers and scavenger hunts.
Executive Program in Behavioral Economics Provides a “Toolkit” for Local, Global LeadersFifteen new faces are joining the Dietrich College’s word-class faculty for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Dietrich College Welcomes 17 New FacultySeventeen new faces are joining the Dietrich College’s word-class faculty for the 2019-2020 academic year.
A Lesson in OpennessThursday, August 22, 2019
A Lesson in OpennessRead a transcript of Dietrich College’s Orientation student keynote speaker, Jamie Slomka, a senior in the Social and Decision Sciences Department.
An Eye for EngagementMonday, August 19, 2019
An Eye for EngagementLex Kochmann (DC 1981), a frequent CMU Alumni Association volunteer, once worked as a vice president at Citigroup in Manhattan by day and a thespian by night.
Dietrich College Students Take On Transformational Summer InternshipsWednesday, August 14, 2019
Dietrich College Students Take On Transformational Summer InternshipsThis year, more than 100 internships from 50 organizations were available for students through the Pittsburgh Summer Internship Program.
Language and Learning Lab Helps Develop ResearchersMonday, August 12, 2019
Language and Learning Lab Helps Develop ResearchersSummer interns take introductory steps into research at the Carnegie Mellon University Infant Language and Learning Lab, learning how young children understand language.
Study Finds Routine Hits Playing Football Damage the BrainWednesday, August 07, 2019
Study Finds Routine Hits Playing Football Damage the BrainA new study led by the Department of Psychology’s Brad Mahon found that typical hits sustained from playing just one season of college football cause structural changes to the brain.
Feeding the World, Feeding OurselvesTuesday, August 06, 2019