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 CultureIlsedore Jonas shared her deep appreciation for language, culture, literature and art with her students.
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 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 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 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 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 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 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