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New Films Explores Racial Inequality in AmericaAs racial inequality makes headline across the US this year, two filmmakers share stories of challenges and misconceptions about race in America.
Phi Beta Kappa Inducts 20 StudentsTwenty students have been initiated into Carnegie Mellon University’s chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society (PBK), including 13 students affiliated with the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
CMU’s Interdisciplinary JewelRhetoric program prepares graduates for broad career opportunities.
Writing from ExperienceAlumnus Javier Grillo-Marxuach’s Emmy-award winning storytelling entertains, educates and empowers
Community App Aims to Keep CMU Students Connected at a DistanceSenior statistics major Snehita Sana and graduate exchange student Nina Zanarelli developed an app to help their peers navigate the remote university experience.
‘Hack Your Life’ Helps Students with Health, AcademicsA new course at Carnegie Mellon University helps students find new ways to see the world and live a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
Dietrich College Staff Nominated for 2020 Andy AwardsFour Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences staff members and two staff teams have been nominated for their outstanding performance and commitment to service.
Celebrating Suffragists in Western PennsylvaniaBarbara Johnstone, professor emeritus of English and linguistics, recently led the development of a free, online research guide for the Pittsburgh’s Women’s Suffrage Centennial, which commemorated the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
Program Aims To Enhance Inclusive TeachingThree Dietrich College faculty members have been named Provost’s Inclusive Teaching Fellows.
SURF Student Crafts More Effective Political ArgumentsTuesday, November 03, 2020