Sandage Advises on Kennedy Center’s 50th Anniversary ExhibitScott Sandage was one of five faculty to advise the Kennedy Center’s 50th Anniversary Exhibit “Art and Ideals: President John F. Kennedy.”
A Better Way to Clean Neuroscience DataA multi-institutional team of researchers developed GLMsingle, a scalable, user-friendly toolbox to clean and reduce the data variability.
Trending on TikTokAlumnus Alex Su’s unlikely journey from academic uncertainty to law’s comedic truth teller.
Holt Elected Fellow of Acoustical Society of AmericaLori Holt has been elected a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) for improving understanding of neural processing and perception of complex auditory phenomena over her research career.
Fall 2022 Seed Grant Recipients Tackle CommunicationSeed grant program aims to bring faculty and students together from different departments to address real-world problems.
Susan Baida Joins CMU's Collaboratory Against HateSusan Baida is a DEI leader in Pittsburgh and the inaugural executive director of the Collaboratory Against Hate.
Internship Spotlight Series: Abigail KhieuJunior Abigail Khieu reflects on her experience as an intern for Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) as part of the Washington Semester Program.
Ali Shakir Aims to Shine Light on Gravitational LensingA junior in physics and statistics and data science has received funding through the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholar Development to work in Professor Rachel Mandelbaum's lab.
Public Health Experience in Kenya Inspires SeniorSenior Isabel Brum spent seven weeks in Kenya supporting public health initiatives, an experience supported by the Jennings Family Brave Companions Fund.
Faculty Spotlight: Nynke NiezinkWednesday, November 23, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Nynke NiezinkNynke Niezink, assistant professor of Statistics & Data Science, works on developing statistical methods for the social sciences.
Ashley Christopherson Wins Staff Community Excellence AwardFriday, November 18, 2022
Ashley Christopherson Wins Staff Community Excellence AwardAshley Christopherson, an advisor in Dietrich’s Academic Advisory Center, wins the Staff Community Excellence Award at the Oct. 27 Connection and Conversations luncheon.
Mina Tocalini’s Symphonic SuccessFriday, November 18, 2022
Mina Tocalini’s Symphonic SuccessCMU alumna orchestrates fulfilling career telling the stories of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Duolingo’s Alina von Davier joins the Department of Modern LanguagesThursday, November 17, 2022
Duolingo’s Alina von Davier joins the Department of Modern LanguagesThe Department of Modern Languages welcomes Alina von Davier, Chief of Assessment at Duolingo and CEO and Founder of EdAstra Tech, as a senior research fellow in Second Language Acquisition (SLA).
Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Newest Class of Dietrich StudentsWednesday, November 09, 2022
Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Newest Class of Dietrich StudentsCMU Phi Beta Kappa inducts 18 students, including seven students affiliated with the Dietrich College.
Correy Dandoy Nominated for Andy AwardWednesday, November 09, 2022
Correy Dandoy Nominated for Andy AwardCorrey Dandoy, an advisor in CMU's Information Systems Program, was nominated for the Andy Award in the Commitment to Students category.
Neuroscientists and Game Designers Play Well TogetherMonday, November 07, 2022
Neuroscientists and Game Designers Play Well TogetherResearchers cross intellectual boundaries for better data, better games and real impact.
Darren Riley Honored as Tartan EntrepreneurThursday, November 03, 2022
Darren Riley Honored as Tartan EntrepreneurDuring November’s National Entrepreneurship Month, CMU is celebrating Tartan entrepreneurs, including Darren Riley, a graduate of Dietrich College.
Holt, Rinaldo Named Dietrich College Dean’s ChairsWednesday, November 02, 2022
Holt, Rinaldo Named Dietrich College Dean’s ChairsThe Dean's Chairs recognize senior faculty for eminence in their respective fields and support exceptional research that seeks to improve the human condition.
CMU IFF Hosts a Night of Asian-Made Short FilmsWednesday, November 02, 2022
CMU IFF Hosts a Night of Asian-Made Short FilmsThe Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival presents Tried and True: A Night of Asian-made Short Films. The works offer a distinct and engaging foray into perseverance, tradition and what they can mean in the 21st century.
Carrasco To Receive Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain SciencesTuesday, November 01, 2022
Carrasco To Receive Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain SciencesMarisa Carrasco of New York University is this year's recipient of the Andrew Carnegie Prize in Mind and Brain Sciences, an award that recognizes trailblazers in the brain and behavioral sciences.
A Second CMU Student for First-Generation FamilyThursday, October 27, 2022
A Second CMU Student for First-Generation FamilyMonica Paz (DC 2024) reflects on her family's Carnegie Mellon University experience, which started with a trip to Pittsburgh to visit her older sister, Maricel Paz Pripstein (DC 2012).
New Undergraduate Journal LaunchesMonday, October 24, 2022
New Undergraduate Journal LaunchesWOVEN, a new undergraduate journal from Dietrich College students, features nine pieces written by students during General Education courses.
A Dose of Belonging May Combat DepressionTuesday, October 18, 2022
A Dose of Belonging May Combat DepressionA new study finds that a college student’s sense of belonging affects the onset of depression later in the semester.
Investigating the Life of America’s First Black PoetessWednesday, October 05, 2022
Investigating the Life of America’s First Black PoetessPhillis Wheatley was the first African American poet to publish a book in English. Don Holmes felt compelled to dig deeper into Wheatley’s life to show the impact of her contribution to African American scholarship.
Emily Jordan Sees High Rewards in Addiction ResearchTuesday, October 04, 2022
Emily Jordan Sees High Rewards in Addiction ResearchCarnegie Mellon University junior Emily Jordan uses computational tools to investigate how risk and reward mechanisms affect addiction outcomes.
Students Embrace Pittsburgh Community During Summer InternshipsFriday, September 30, 2022
Students Embrace Pittsburgh Community During Summer InternshipsThree students share their experiences students who participated in the 2022 Dietrich College Pittsburgh Summer Internship Program.
Dietrich Alums Honored by CMUThursday, September 29, 2022
Dietrich Alums Honored by CMUCarnegie Mellon University honored alumni, including four graduates from the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, for their professional achievements and generous service to the university.
Faculty Spotlight: Xiaoying TuTuesday, September 27, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Xiaoying TuXiaoying Tu, assistant teaching professor in Information Systems, focuses his research on how the evolution in technology has disrupted the ecosystem and revenue chain in the film and music industries.
Undergraduate Researches the Impact of COVID-19 on Gender IdentityMonday, September 12, 2022
Undergraduate Researches the Impact of COVID-19 on Gender IdentitySilva-Cacdac received a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship to understand how pandemic isolation affected gender identity.
Pier and Beer Alike to the EarFriday, September 02, 2022
Pier and Beer Alike to the EarGraduate student studies link between speech perception and speech production.
New Leaders for a Strong CommunityWednesday, August 31, 2022
New Leaders for a Strong CommunityHolt and Fiez to lead a reimagined neuroscience partnership.
Faculty Spotlight: Francesca Zaffora BlandoMonday, August 29, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Francesca Zaffora BlandoFrancesca Zaffora Blando, assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy, specializes in logic, formal epistemology and the philosophy of probability.
CMU Students Engage Pittsburgh CommunitiesFriday, August 26, 2022
CMU Students Engage Pittsburgh CommunitiesDietrich College welcomes the first cohort of students in the community-based Research-to-Practice program through the Center for Shared Prosperity (CSP).
From Coding to Kids: Allen Makes Unique Career MoveThursday, August 25, 2022
From Coding to Kids: Allen Makes Unique Career MoveAfter graduating from Carnegie Mellon in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a Silicon Valley internship under his belt, David Allen’s career path changed direction and led him to Carnegie Mellon's Children's School.
Dietrich Welcomes New Faculty, Postdocs and Visiting FacultyMonday, August 22, 2022
Dietrich Welcomes New Faculty, Postdocs and Visiting FacultyDietrich College welcomes 27 new faculty, postdoctoral fellows and visiting lecturers in 2022.
Carnegie Mellon University Launches Minor in Immersive Technologies in Arts & CultureMonday, August 22, 2022
Carnegie Mellon University Launches Minor in Immersive Technologies in Arts & CultureCMU's new minor connects students from diverse backgrounds and enables them to explore the expansive possibilities of immersive technologies.
Largest Study to Date Identifies New Autism GenesMonday, August 22, 2022
Largest Study to Date Identifies New Autism GenesA study that scanned the genomes of 150,000 participants identified new genes linked to autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dietrich College Alumna Joins FacultyMonday, August 22, 2022
Dietrich College Alumna Joins FacultyNuria Ballesteros Soria has joined CMU as a special faculty member in Dietrich College. She received her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition from CMU in May.
Kelli Maxwell Named Associate Dean of Student SuccessTuesday, July 26, 2022
Kelli Maxwell Named Associate Dean of Student SuccessCarnegie Mellon University’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences has named Kelli Maxwell its next associate dean of Student Success, effective Aug. 1.
Department of Modern Languages Launches Online Language CoursesTuesday, July 26, 2022
Department of Modern Languages Launches Online Language CoursesCMU has launched a new online program for learning Chinese, French and Spanish.
Appetite for LearningThursday, July 21, 2022
Appetite for LearningCMU alumnus Cliff Sharple blends entrepreneurship, technology and food for a one-of-a-kind career.
Obituary: Vladimir Cherkassky Advanced Computing to Understand the Human BrainTuesday, July 19, 2022
Obituary: Vladimir Cherkassky Advanced Computing to Understand the Human BrainVladimir Cherkassky, a senior scientific staff member at Carnegie Mellon University died on July 17, 2022, at the age of 68. For 26 years, Cherkassky worked at the Center for Cognitive Brain Imaging in the Department of Psychology, Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Dietrich College Dean's Office Announces Seed Grant OpportunityTuesday, July 19, 2022
Dietrich College Dean's Office Announces Seed Grant OpportunityThe Dietrich College Dean’s Office has launched a Seed Grant Program to promote and support inter-departmental and collaborative research across the college.
Innovation at Core of Swartz Center ProgramMonday, July 18, 2022
Innovation at Core of Swartz Center ProgramMeet the members of the 2024 class of Innovation Scholars at Carnegie Mellon University's Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship.
Big Numbers Blur Policy AmbitionsThursday, July 14, 2022
Big Numbers Blur Policy AmbitionsA new study finds scaling the cost of government programs using a cost-per-person price tag improves comprehension by the general public.
Drinking Alone Foreshadows Future Alcohol ProblemsMonday, July 11, 2022
Drinking Alone Foreshadows Future Alcohol ProblemsA new Carnegie Mellon University study has found that drinking alone as an adolescent and young adult can increase the risk of alcohol use disorder later in life, especially for women.
Experts Study Marine Mammals To Learn About Human HearingWednesday, July 06, 2022
Experts Study Marine Mammals To Learn About Human HearingA CMU researcher leads work on auditory attention.
Ramdas Receives Google Research Scholar AwardFriday, July 01, 2022
Ramdas Receives Google Research Scholar AwardAaditya Ramdas has received a $60,000 award from Google's Research Scholar Program to study structured uncertainty quantification.
Recent Graduates Shape Their PathThursday, June 30, 2022
Recent Graduates Shape Their PathThree recent Dietrich College graduates share their post-graduation plans.
Spring 2022 Dean's ListThursday, June 23, 2022
Spring 2022 Dean's ListCongratulations to all of the Dietrich College students named to the spring Dean's List!
Next Cohort of Dietrich Scholars Begin StudiesTuesday, June 21, 2022
Next Cohort of Dietrich Scholars Begin StudiesCMU welcomes the second cohort of Dietrich College Scholars, who represent an exemplary group of doctoral students pursuing their degrees in the humanities and social sciences.
Fulbrights Put Three From Dietrich College on Global PathWednesday, June 15, 2022
Fulbrights Put Three From Dietrich College on Global PathThe Fulbright U.S. Student Program has awarded grants to alumni Julia Conti, Haider Nazir and Jenna Stanislaw.
When Parenting Style Predicts Political LeaningsTuesday, June 14, 2022
When Parenting Style Predicts Political LeaningsA new study finds parenting styles are a strong indicator for how people think about a wide range of social issues, from education to elder care.
From Ads to X-rays, Alumnus Harnesses the Power of AITuesday, June 14, 2022
From Ads to X-rays, Alumnus Harnesses the Power of AICarnegie Mellon University alumnus Ophir Tanz announced earlier this year that the Food and Drug Administration cleared his company Pearl's software, Second Opinion, the first artificial-intelligence tool to help dentists detect conditions in patient X-rays.
Faculty, Staff Reflect on Their Dietrich College ExperienceMonday, June 13, 2022
Faculty, Staff Reflect on Their Dietrich College ExperienceFaculty and staff members retiring during the 2021–2022 academic year have made significant, long-lasting contributions to Carnegie Mellon University, the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and their fields.
High School Students Share Art, CommunityTuesday, June 07, 2022
High School Students Share Art, CommunityAn educational partnership between Carnegie Mellon University and City Charter High School, LEAP uses the arts, humanities and social sciences to empower under-resourced high school students to become agents of social change.
Yenching Scholar Studies the Digital DivideTuesday, June 07, 2022
Yenching Scholar Studies the Digital DivideAndey Ng (DC 2021, CIT 2024) has been named a 2022 Yenching Scholar by Peking University's Yenching Academy program.
2021 Year in ReviewWednesday, June 01, 2022
2021 Year in ReviewOur 2021 Year in Review highlights the many ways in which the Dietrich College community has contributed to improving the human condition through education, research and community outreach.
Congratulations, Graduates!Friday, May 27, 2022
Congratulations, Graduates!CMU’s classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 celebrated Commencement this May.
Obituary: Ilsedore B. Jonas Was an Influential Teacher of German Language and CultureThursday, May 26, 2022
Obituary: Ilsedore B. Jonas Was an Influential Teacher of German Language and CultureIlsedore Jonas shared her deep appreciation for language, culture, literature and art with her students.
Stop, Hammer Time!Monday, May 23, 2022
Stop, Hammer Time!Kendra Noneman, a Ph.D. student in the Program in Neural Computation, recently set a Carnegie Mellon record in hammer throw, propelling her to the top spot in Division III and securing her place in the upcoming NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships on May 26-28 in Geneva, Ohio.
Politics, Persuasion and the PressThursday, May 19, 2022
Politics, Persuasion and the PressAlumnus Dan Gilman, a former Pittsburgh city councilman and chief of staff to the Mayor of Pittsburgh, co-taught a course in spring 2022 with David Shribman, a special faculty lecturer at CMU and Pulitzer Prize-winning former executive editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Alumni Spotlight: Sim AhujaMonday, May 16, 2022
Alumni Spotlight: Sim AhujaSim Ahuja, a 2020 CMU graduate in International Relations and Politics and Decision Science, began her career focused on pandemic preparedness.
Ukrainian Language Lessons Support Instructors in NeedWednesday, May 11, 2022
Ukrainian Language Lessons Support Instructors in NeedTatyana Gershkovich, associate professor of Russian Studies, and David Parker, assistant teaching professor of Russian Studies, have found a small way to help people impacted by the Russian war in Ukraine.
Werner Receives Elliott Dunlap Smith Teaching AwardTuesday, May 10, 2022
Werner Receives Elliott Dunlap Smith Teaching AwardTom Werner, associate teaching professor in philosophy, has received the 2022 Elliott Dunlap Smith Award for Distinguished Teaching and Educational Service in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Orientation Set Path to Commencement for QuayeTuesday, May 10, 2022
Orientation Set Path to Commencement for QuayeSenior Q Quaye, who graduates with a major in statistics and data science and a minor in creative writing, reflects on their time at Carnegie Mellon University.
Klatzky Elected into National Academy of ScienceTuesday, May 10, 2022
Klatzky Elected into National Academy of ScienceRoberta Klatzky, the Charles J. Queenan, Jr. University Professor of Psychology, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. She is an expert in cognition whose research examines the relationships between human perception and action, with a focus on touch.
Student Athlete Breaks Records while Pursuing Double MajorMonday, May 09, 2022
Student Athlete Breaks Records while Pursuing Double MajorRising senior Bonnie Wang, a member of the Women’s Varsity Swimming and Diving Team, has renewed her commitment to swimming despite some setbacks during the pandemic.
Arons Named Director of the Center for the Arts in SocietyFriday, May 06, 2022
Arons Named Director of the Center for the Arts in SocietyWendy Arons, professor of Dramatic Literature in the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, has been appointed the new director of the Center for the Arts in Society (CAS).
Unlocking the Secrets of the BrainThursday, May 05, 2022
Unlocking the Secrets of the BrainNew research explores how abstract concepts are represented in the brain across cultures, languages.
Hur Recognized With Gretchen Goldsmith Lankford AwardWednesday, May 04, 2022
Hur Recognized With Gretchen Goldsmith Lankford AwardSusanna Hur (DC 2022) has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 Gretchen Goldsmith Lankford Award. The award is given to a graduating senior in CMU’s Dietrich College for outstanding academic achievement who plans to attend graduate school and pursue a career in education.
Guerrero Awarded Beinecke ScholarshipTuesday, May 03, 2022
Guerrero Awarded Beinecke ScholarshipArianna Garcia Guerrero, an international relations and politics major, is one of 16 students nationally to receive a 2022 Beinecke Scholarship for graduate education.
Faculty Spotlight: Don HolmesTuesday, May 03, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Don HolmesDon Holmes, a lecturer in writing and communication in the Department of English, is bringing his interest in eighteenth and early nineteenth-century African American rhetoric, literacy and language to CMU.
Debunking Myths: Modern Native American CommunitiesThursday, April 28, 2022
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 RoomThursday, April 28, 2022
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 AwardThursday, April 28, 2022
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 WorkplaceTuesday, April 26, 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 LiuMonday, April 25, 2022
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 SurveyThursday, April 21, 2022
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 VRMonday, April 11, 2022
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 TheaterMonday, April 11, 2022
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 IIIFriday, April 01, 2022
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
Polarized Speech: A Function of Self-PersuasionA new study finds competitive debaters, randomly assigned a position, persuade themselves to the superiority of their side, even if it falls contrary to their own personal beliefs.
Ukraine: A Road of Unjust ConflictThursday, March 31, 2022
Ukraine: A Road of Unjust ConflictMore than month into the war in Ukraine, after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his forces over the border, the battles have not unfolded as predicted. Join us for a panel discussion to contextualize the war and look ahead to what comes next.
CMU Launches 2022 'Faces' International Film FestivalFriday, March 25, 2022
CMU Launches 2022 'Faces' International Film Festival"Faces Behind the Mask," Carnegie Mellon University's 2022 International Film Festival, features 13 award-winning films that explore the masks people wear, the realities they conceal, the facades they represent and the lives and the secrets behind them.
de Oliveira Joins SCS Grads in Amazon Research FellowshipWednesday, March 23, 2022
de Oliveira Joins SCS Grads in Amazon Research FellowshipAmazon awarded its second round of research fellowships to five graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University.
Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Returns March 21-27Monday, March 21, 2022
Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Returns March 21-27This year’s Pittsburgh Humanities Festival will explore topics like Pittsburgh’s history, Kennywood, racial inequalities, drag culture, food and art.
Harpist Madison Calley's Got PluckFriday, March 18, 2022
Harpist Madison Calley's Got PluckDietrich alumni brings ancient instrument into the digital age.
Alumni Spotlight: Jamison Howell-WhiteThursday, March 17, 2022
Alumni Spotlight: Jamison Howell-WhiteIn his role at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Jamison Howell-White (DC 2015) works with lobbyists to provide data to lawmakers concerning education in their districts.
Undergraduate Women Use Political Power To Create ChangeWednesday, March 16, 2022
Undergraduate Women Use Political Power To Create ChangeUndergraduate women at CMU are working to impact local and national politics.
Dietrich College’s New General Education LaunchesTuesday, March 15, 2022
Dietrich College’s New General Education LaunchesThe new General Education for the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences prepares students with the skills and competencies necessary to become dynamic 21st century professionals.
Pre-Law Program Opens Doors for CMU StudentsMonday, March 14, 2022
Pre-Law Program Opens Doors for CMU StudentsNavigating the law school application process can be overwhelming for undergrad students. The Pre-Law Program provides students with the resources they need to simplify the application process and facilitates the transition into law school.
Five Dietrich College Alumni Named Tartans on the RiseMonday, March 14, 2022
Five Dietrich College Alumni Named Tartans on the RiseRecent Dietrich College graduates Sam Hashemi, Candice Morgan, Jamie Quinterno, Leslie Sainz and Sam Ventura have been named to Carnegie Mellon University’s inaugural class of Tartans on the Rise.
Show and TellMonday, March 07, 2022
Show and TellDepartment of English graduate student Jimmy Lizama recently presented his research at a Graduate Students of Color Research Show and Tell.
Undergraduate Research Opens Doors to Future OpportunitiesThursday, March 03, 2022
Undergraduate Research Opens Doors to Future OpportunitiesDietrich College offers research opportunities for undergraduate students to work with a faculty adviser and contribute valuable findings and knowledge to their specialized fields of study.
Faculty Spotlight: Kevin JarboWednesday, March 02, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Kevin JarboRead more about Jarbo’s work that explores how the stigma of stereotype can negatively influence interpersonal experiences, especially in an academic setting.
Launching a New Way to EducateMonday, February 28, 2022
Launching a New Way to EducateSharon Peruzzi Strauchs (DC 1970) recalls memories of when she founded Cortona Academy in northern Virginia 30 years ago.
Dietrich Senior Teaches English to Syrian Refugees in TurkeyMonday, February 28, 2022
Dietrich Senior Teaches English to Syrian Refugees in TurkeyRoni Sosis wanted to make a difference in the world by helping people and communities in whatever way they could. An opportunity in Turkey opened the door.
Changing Expectations: One Story at a TimeFriday, February 25, 2022
Changing Expectations: One Story at a TimeCMU alumna leans on her life experiences to break stereotypes through words.
On the Brink: A Panel Discussion on Russia and UkraineThursday, February 24, 2022
On the Brink: A Panel Discussion on Russia and UkraineJoin us for a panel discussion of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Alumni Spotlight: Emily JoyceWednesday, February 23, 2022
Alumni Spotlight: Emily JoyceEmily Joyce stayed true to her passion and now works with the U.S. Agency for International Development with the local governance in Honduras.
Organizations Address Gender Disparity in Social SciencesThursday, February 17, 2022
Organizations Address Gender Disparity in Social SciencesThree student-run organizations share the mission of supporting groups that have traditionally been underrepresented across the social sciences.
Seminar Gives Students a Leg Up on LeadershipThursday, February 17, 2022
Seminar Gives Students a Leg Up on LeadershipStudents in Michael Murphy’s Leadership Development Seminar learn from rich array of activities, including class discussions; readings, videos and podcasts; weekly reflective journaling; experiential opportunities, attending lectures on campus; one-on-one meetings; and guest speakers.
LEAP Gives High Schoolers Deep Dive into Arts, HumanitiesMonday, February 14, 2022
LEAP Gives High Schoolers Deep Dive into Arts, HumanitiesThrough a new pilot program, Pittsburgh students learn from CMU faculty and community artists and activists.
Fall 2021 Dean’s List AnnouncedFriday, February 11, 2022
Fall 2021 Dean’s List AnnouncedCongratulations to all of the students named to the Dietrich College Dean’s List!
Faculty Spotlight: Michael TrujilloThursday, February 10, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Michael TrujilloRead more about Trujillo’s work that explores how stigma affects health.
Deep Learning Model Simulates Brain TopographyThursday, February 03, 2022
Deep Learning Model Simulates Brain TopographyA more accurate model of the visual system may help neuroscientists and clinicians develop better treatments for disorders, like alexia, prosopagnosia and agnosia.
COVIDcast: Lessons Learned for Future Pandemic ForecastingWednesday, February 02, 2022
COVIDcast: Lessons Learned for Future Pandemic ForecastingA massive COVID-19 data collection project led by researchers in CMU’s Delphi Research Group not only helped steer the response to the virus but could also change the future of pandemic forecasting. Throughout the PNAS collection, the researchers reflect on their first year of data collection and analysis and share lessons they learned.
How Consumers Interpret At-Home COVID-19 Test ResultsTuesday, February 01, 2022
How Consumers Interpret At-Home COVID-19 Test ResultsA new study published this week in JAMA Internal Medicine shows that people using COVID home test kits may fail to self-quarantine or may quarantine unnecessarily because they misinterpret the implications of test results.
The Mind's EdgeMonday, January 31, 2022
The Mind's EdgeProfessor David Creswell and Olympian Apolo Ohno share how mindfulness training helps athletes and others.
Alumni Spotlight: Ali MundenFriday, January 28, 2022
Alumni Spotlight: Ali MundenIPS-alum Ali Munden initially planned to go straight to law school, but she liked the opportunity Teach For America offered.
Fischhoff, Sieg Elected 2021 AAAS FellowsMonday, January 24, 2022
Fischhoff, Sieg Elected 2021 AAAS FellowsBaruch Fischhoff and Wilfried Sieg have been elected 2021 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Newest Class of Dietrich StudentsMonday, January 24, 2022
Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Newest Class of Dietrich StudentsFifteen students have been selected for early initiation into Carnegie Mellon University’s chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, including eight students affiliated with the Dietrich College. The initiation ceremony will be held in the Posner Center on Thursday, February 24 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern. The event is open to the campus community.
Kim Piatt Named Director of Experiential LearningThursday, January 20, 2022
Kim Piatt Named Director of Experiential LearningKim Piatt has been named Dietrich College’s first director of experiential learning. Piatt was previously manager of the Pittsburgh Summer Internship Program.
New Club Connects Students With Alumni in the Writing FieldTuesday, January 18, 2022
New Club Connects Students With Alumni in the Writing FieldThe Writing Academy is a club dedicated to all forms of writing that provides students with opportunities for networking and developing professional skills.
Join Us for Dietrich Deep Dives: Public Health in a Free SocietyWednesday, January 12, 2022
Join Us for Dietrich Deep Dives: Public Health in a Free SocietyDietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences is excited to launch the second series of "Dietrich Deep Dives," engaging, in-depth presentations about critical political and societal issues through the lens of the humanities, social sciences and related fields.
Faculty Spotlight: Uju AnyaFriday, January 07, 2022