COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy Remains UnchangedDaily national surveys by Carnegie Mellon University show that while COVID-19 vaccine uptake has increased, the proportion of vaccine-hesitant adults has remained unchanged. The concerns about a side effect remain high, especially among females, Black adults and those with an eligible health condition.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T in the Animal KingdomThe animal kingdom, from a colony of ants to a shrewdness of apes, is rife with social hierarchies, and a new study is trying to figure out how everyone finds their place in the world.
Weiwei Continues Focus on Refugees in New Film “The Rest”Ai Weiwei continues his work with a human-interest story on migration and the struggles that come with leaving home for a better future.
A Not-So-Mad ScientistCMU alumna and neuroscientist Vivienne Ming dreams big to do good.
New Executive Education Programming Explores Sports Analytics FundamentalsCMU's Tepper School and Statistics & Data Science Department are teaming up for the Carnegie Mellon Sports Analytics Colloquia.
Anticipate the TurnCleotide Gonzalez and Alex John London join fellow Carnegie Mellon University faculty in sharing their thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic and how lessons learned from it can inform the future.
You’re Invited to Participate in Dietrich Deep DivesThe Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to announce "Dietrich Deep Dives," a series of engaging and in-depth presentations about critical political and societal issues through the lens of the humanities, social sciences and related fields.
Keeping it RealFor two decades, Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences alumna Angela Molloy has brought new friends, home makeovers, multimillion-dollar real estate deals, therapy sessions and celebrities’ day-to-day lives into our homes.
CyLab researchers awarded MURI grant to study human-bot teamsCylab researchers named winner of a prestigious US Department of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative Award.
Lisa Levenstein To Give Margaret Morrison Distinguished LectureThursday, March 04, 2021
Lisa Levenstein To Give Margaret Morrison Distinguished LectureHistorian and award-winning author Lisa Levenstein will speak about how activists utilized the Internet to create new types of actions and alliances.
CMU Film Festival Showcases Chinese Film “So Long, My Son”Thursday, March 04, 2021
CMU Film Festival Showcases Chinese Film “So Long, My Son”“So Long, My Son,” the next title in the CMU International Film Festival’s “Faces of Home” series, is a deep and moving generational drama which hits the right notes.
When Drinking Alone Becomes A ProblemTuesday, March 02, 2021