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Senior Eyes Using Fractals in Architecture to Reduce StressSenior Alice Russell is conducting research as part of her Dietrich College Honors Fellowship Program, which folds together neuroscience and architecture to understand how to design urban environments that can reduce stress.
Dietrich College Staff Nominated for 2021 Andy AwardsThree staff members from Dietrich College are nominated for 2021 Andy Awards.
Data for the WinTartan alumni’s data-driven assists put points on the board for top sports teams.
Carnegie Mellon Launches New Additional Major in Health HumanitiesCMU students interested in science and medicine at the intersection of culture, ethics and history can pursue an interdisciplinary new additional major in health humanities.
CMU Offers New Additional Major in Environmental and Sustainability StudiesA new additional major in environmental and sustainability studies is available for all Carnegie Mellon students regardless of their primary major.
Susie Lee Among 2021 Alumni Achievement Award HonoreesRepresentative Susie Lee is a 1989 graduate of Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences and a 1990 graduate of Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.
Senior Crafts Fresh Sci-Fi Tales About Computer ScienceAugustus “Gus” Saalfeld wants to give computers a better reputation in science fiction.
Eight Seniors Named Andrew Carnegie Society ScholarsAndrew Carnegie Society Scholars are selected each year by their deans and department heads to represent their class in service and leadership.
Mister Cao-Berg's NeighborhoodCMU staffer and alumnus Iván Cao-Berg hosts Barrio Latino, a radio show connecting the threads of Pittsburgh's Latinx and Hispanic community.
Teaching Ancient Brains New TricksMonday, October 11, 2021
Teaching Ancient Brains New TricksNew research shows how modern physicists think.
Chao Takes Interdisciplinary Approach to Negotiating ResearchFriday, October 01, 2021
Chao Takes Interdisciplinary Approach to Negotiating ResearchCarnegie Mellon University senior Ping-Ya Chao is applying science to improve the art of negotiation, revealing influential conversation tactics and strategies.
Putting the Pieces TogetherFriday, October 01, 2021