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Gonzalez Named 2021 Fellow of Cognitive Science SocietyCleotilde Gonzalez joins a select group of 120 researchers, who have been recognized by the Cognitive Science Society for their sustained excellence and impact on the cognitive science community.
2021 Graduate Student Teaching Awards AnnouncedNuria Ballesteros Soria and Cassie Eng are the 2021 recipients of the Dietrich College Humanities and Social Sciences’ graduate student awards for teaching.
Influencing Policy in a PandemicA recent Carnegie Mellon University graduate obtained the fellowship of a lifetime, working with the New York City Emergency Management.
CMU Students Launch Book Drive for Allegheny County Jail InmatesStudents in Kathy Newman’s “Banned Books” course initiated a book drive for Allegheny County Jail inmates, which will run through Dec. 18.
Lamb Presses On With Book PublishingDespite the pandemic, the business of book publishing at Carnegie Mellon University presses on.
Liberty and Justice for AllNicole Austin-Hillery encourages others to share their voices and embrace opportunities to make a difference at home and around the world.
Five Dietrich College Students Named Top Academic AthletesJustin Britton (DC 2021), Callan Capitolo (DC 2022), Megan Christy (DC 2021), Joshua Pinckney (DC 2021), and Agnes Zhou (DC 2022) have been named among Carnegie Mellon University’s top student-athletes.
Short Film Contrasts Black and White Racial Perspectives“Garbage,” a short film by a Pittsburgh filmmaker and scriptwriter, illustrates how racially conditioned thinking can lead to essential misunderstandings of other people’s motivations.
Tatyana Gershkovich Awarded Gene Barabtarlo PrizeTatyana Gershkovich, assistant professor of Russian studies, received the 2020 Gene Barabtarlo Prize for best essay on Nabokov by the International Vladimir Nabokov Society.
Full STEM AheadMonday, December 07, 2020
Full STEM AheadEntrepreneur, educator and author Chloe Taylor uses interactive experiments and meaningful experiences to help children engage their love of STEM learning.
Emily Kennedy To Receive Outstanding Recent Alumna AwardThursday, December 03, 2020
Emily Kennedy To Receive Outstanding Recent Alumna AwardEmily Kennedy, a 2012 graduate of the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, will receive Carnegie Mellon University’s Outstanding Recent Alumna Award for her work to fight human trafficking with artificial intelligence technology.
Delphi Enhances COVIDcast With Change Healthcare Claims DataWednesday, December 02, 2020