Recent Graduates Shape Their PathThree recent Dietrich College graduates share their post-graduation plans.
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 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 PathThe Fulbright U.S. Student Program has awarded grants to alumni Julia Conti, Haider Nazir and Jenna Stanislaw.
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 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 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, 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 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