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 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 FellowshipAmazon awarded its second round of research fellowships to five graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University.
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 PluckDietrich alumni brings ancient instrument into the digital age.
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 ChangeUndergraduate women at CMU are working to impact local and national politics.
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 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