Debunking Myths: Modern Native American CommunitiesA new Grand Challenge Seminar explores histories and modern realities of Native American communities.
Yarn Bombing the Askwith Kenner Global Languages & Cultures RoomA community of knitters at CMU created a cover for a concrete pillar in the Askwith Kenner Global Languages and Cultures Room.
Cantlon Receives Cattell AwardJessica Cantlon is one of four recipients of the James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships awarded by the Association for Psychological Science in 2022.
The No Club: Bringing Gender Equity to the WorkplaceResearchers Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund and Laurie Weingart document that women are disproportionately asked and expected to take on non-promotable tasks. Their new book seeks to change the conversation about how we advance women’s careers and achieve equity in the 21st century.
Alumni Spotlight: Jay LiuIn high school, Jay Liu participated in a dual enrollment program at a local university. After Liu cited Andrew Carnegie’s article “Wealth” in a heated class discussion, a professor nicknamed her “Carnegie.” The moniker had an impact.
Delphi Group, University of Maryland, Meta Honored for COVID-19 SurveyCarnegie Mellon University's Delphi Group, the University of Maryland Social Data Science Center and Meta received two awards from the American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) for their work on the COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey.
CMU Projects Sleuth Secret Printers, Teach Shakespeare in VRTwo English Department professors received grants to progress their projects that use technology as a tool for uncovering lessons about history and culture.
NEH Fellowship Supports Dworkin's Project on Cuban Immigrant TheaterKenya Dworkin received a $60,000 fellowship to finish her book that examines how the plays' content reveal the cultural heritage of the Cuban community and the Americanization that occurred for the group over time.
Faculty Spotlight: Ezelle Sanford IIIThe April Faculty Spotlight features Ezelle Sanford III, assistant professor of history, whose research lies at the intersection of African American, medical and urban histories.
Polarized Speech: A Function of Self-PersuasionFriday, April 01, 2022