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Rebecca Nugent Receives Fienberg ProfessorshipCarnegie Mellon University’s Rebecca Nugent received the Stephen E. and Joyce Fienberg Professorship in Statistics and Data Science at a ceremony during the fall semester.
Ramdas Honored for Efforts Improving Research ReproducibilityNSF honors Aaditya Ramdas for exploring new statistical approaches to reduce the false-positive results that can occur naturally during large-scale hypothesis testing.
Seniors Leveraged Behavioral Economics to Improve NHL Fan EngagementSeniors in the behavioral economics, policy and organizations major partnered with the NHL and Pittsburgh Penguins for the capstone course.
Fall 2019 Dean’s List AnnouncedCongratulations to all of the undergraduate students who have been named to the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean’s List for the Fall 2019 semester.
Simon Initiative Work in Rural Panama BeginsCarnegie Mellon University learning engineers are heading to rural Panama to help teachers improve student outcomes in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) courses.
Student Applications Now Open for Summer Global Tech Consulting ExperienceStudents interested in completing a 10-week international internship to build their technology consulting skills will find a great summer home in Technology Consulting in the Global Community (TCinGC).
Western Pennsylvania Students Tackle Issues of Difference and Diversity Through Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Writing AwardsStudents touched on topics ranging from race to sexual orientation and religion to immigration status and near and physical disabilities.
Tru-ly InspiringAlumna Terry Babcock-Lumish’s dream job at The Truman Foundation has brought her full circle to lead a community that changed her life.
Her Pen is MightyAlumna and novelist Jewell Parker Rhodes wants to make the world a better place for all — one middle school student at a time.
Major DecisionsThursday, January 02, 2020