Alumni With Dietrich College Ties Awarded FulbrightsAt a time when most people are staying close to home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Carnegie Mellon University graduates are looking to future travel as Fulbright Student Grantees.
Students Past and Present Start Food Delivery ServiceSocial distancing and quarantine have led to the increased usage of services like GrubHub and DoorDash. However, students living in Pittsburgh without a steady source of income may find themselves unable to access these options. Enter the student-founded food delivery service “Chutoro.”
Chabassol Persists to Become College GradA user interface designer and web developer at Carnegie Mellon, Steve Chabassol became a first-generation college graduate on Sunday.
Enrichment Programs Help Children Build KnowledgeExperience is the cement that holds the building blocks of knowledge together. New research suggests enrichment programs help children solidify the information they have added to their wall of knowledge.
How Morals Influence Spatial Decision-MakingResearchers at Carnegie Mellon University explored how context frames an individual’s decision-making during two simulations that either helped their allies or harmed the enemy and the resulting collateral damage in each.
CMU's First AI Grad — From 32 Years AgoDietrich College alumnus Jared Leinbach earned the first AI degree from CMU in 1988, when he graduated with a self-defined major.
Roeder, Trotter Named University ProfessorsThe Dietrich College’s Kathryn Roeder and Joe William Trotter, Jr. are among seven CMU faculty named University Professors in 2020.
International Film Festival to Stream “Sorry We Missed You”Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival presents a special virtual screening and Pittsburgh premiere of the film “Sorry We Missed You” May 16-23.
Gelfand Center Honors Student for Their Educational OutreachShannon Werntz, a sophomore in the Social and Decision Sciences Department, is a recipient of Gelfand Center’s Educational Outreach Awards.
Student Speakers Represent Dietrich CollegeTuesday, May 12, 2020
Student Speakers Represent Dietrich CollegeThe Class of 2020’s Virtual Conferral student speakers are Shannon Gallagher, a three-time CMU alumna who is earning her Ph.D. in statistics and data science, and Ana Torubara, who is earning her bachelor’s degree in social and decision sciences with a minor in cognitive neuroscience.
Sawyer Series: “Bread and Water,” Food Insecurity and SicknessWednesday, May 06, 2020