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Peter Spirtes To Head Carnegie Mellon’s Department of PhilosophyCarnegie Mellon University has appointed Peter Spirtes head of the Department of Philosophy, effective July 1.
A Call a Day Keeps the Pandemic Blues AwaySocial connection, social support and physical exercise key to overcoming adversity.
Researchers Explore How to Make AI More HumanA team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University received a $500,000 grant from the National Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes program to design a new class of Turing Tests that assess both biological intelligence and AI.
2021 CMU Film Festival Begins with “Corpus Christi”Corpus Christi was nominated for Best International Film at the 2020 Oscars and will be available to watch in January to kick-off the Carnegie Mellon University International Film Festival.
Fall 2020 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 2020 semester.
England Writes to Pay Tribute to Ghosts from his PastCMU English professor Jason England recalls how his background has influenced his life.
Nugent Honored by National AcademiesRebecca Nugent of the Department of Statistics & Data Science joins a national conversation about the future of higher education.
Piquing Your CreativityAlumnus Arnav Jhunjhunwala not only builds an infrastructure foundation for India’s sustained growth though his company Alom Poly Extrusions’, he also writes poetry and short stories.
Surveys Show Northeast, West Coast Most Likely To Accept COVID-19 VaccineCarnegie Mellon University researchers have begun daily nationwide surveys to determine U.S. acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines and pinpoint those states and localities where people are most skeptical of the shots.
Roeder Named Among World's Most Highly Cited ResearchersThursday, January 14, 2021
Roeder Named Among World's Most Highly Cited ResearchersKathryn Roeder, UPMC Professor of Statistics and Life Sciences, was named as one of the world’s most highly cited in the sciences, according to a list published by Clarivate Analytics.
Nozari Receives Early Career AwardThursday, January 14, 2021