A Message From Dean ScheinesDietrich College shares a message of care with the community and highlights faculty experts who are joining in the national conversation about the coronavirus pandemic.
Finance Panel Kicks Off WiDS Virtual ConferenceThe Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference takes place annually at satellite locations around the world and, despite coronavirus, 2020 was no exception. More than 100 participants connected virtually for the opening talk of WiDS Pittsburgh@CMU on March 20.
Research Training Courses Open for RegistrationAre you a first- or second-year student interested in gaining more research experience? The Dietrich College Research Training Program (RTC) is a pathway for you to gain the experience you need to further your pursuits in academic research.
Why Can’t People Agree About Climate Change?A new study at Carnegie Mellon University explores why local perceptions often differ on contentious global issues, like climate change.
Graduate Student Teaching Award Winners AnnouncedAlexis Adams and Patience Stevens are the 2020 recipients of the Dietrich College Humanities and Social Sciences’ awards for teaching.
Pittsburgh Welcomes Women in Data ScienceCarnegie Mellon University’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences will host a virtual Women in Data Science event.
A Legacy of Continuity and TransformationMichal Friedman, visiting assistant professor of history, will be the inaugural recipient of the Jack Buncher Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies.
Carnegie Mellon Extends Forecasting of Flu-Like IllnessRyan Tibshirani, associate professor in CMU’s Statistics & Data Science and Machine Learning departments, is part of a team working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on forecasting COVID-19.
Raja Sooriamurthi Wins Dietrich College’s Elliott Dunlap Smith AwardInformation Systems Program’s Raja Sooriamurthi was named the recipient of the Elliott Dunlap Smith Award in the Dietrich College.
Tibshirani Receives Department of Defense MURI AwardWednesday, March 11, 2020
Tibshirani Receives Department of Defense MURI AwardRyan Tibshirani is part of a multi-institutional team that has received a 2020 Department of Defense Office of Naval Research Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative award.
Carnegie Mellon Reimagines the English DegreeFriday, March 06, 2020
Carnegie Mellon Reimagines the English DegreeCarnegie Mellon University has relaunched its undergraduate English degree as the Bachelor of Arts in Literature & Culture.
Self-Deception Can Guide Financial AdviceThursday, March 05, 2020
Self-Deception Can Guide Financial AdviceA multi-institutional team of researchers explored different scenarios to evaluate the degree of self-deception when financial advisors make recommendations for their clients.
Anne Lambright Appointed Head of Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Modern LanguagesThursday, March 05, 2020
Anne Lambright Appointed Head of Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Modern LanguagesAnne Lambright has been named the next head of Dietrich College’s Department of Modern Languages, effective July 1.
Her Life’s WorkWednesday, March 04, 2020
Her Life’s WorkCarnegie Mellon University alumna Heather Arnet (DC 1997) never met her great-grandmother, but for her entire life, she’s been inspired by stories of her struggles and success as a suffragette.
Pre-College Prepares High School Students for Campus LifeWednesday, March 04, 2020
Pre-College Prepares High School Students for Campus LifeThe newest Pre-College summer program, Writing & Culture, has an intensive, integrated humanities curriculum.
Behrmann Honored for Contributions to ScienceMonday, March 02, 2020