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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 NiezinkNynke Niezink, assistant professor of Statistics & Data Science, works on developing statistical methods for the social sciences.
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 SuccessCMU alumna orchestrates fulfilling career telling the stories of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
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 StudentsCMU Phi Beta Kappa inducts 18 students, including seven students affiliated with the Dietrich College.
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 TogetherResearchers cross intellectual boundaries for better data, better games and real impact.
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