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Reflections Yield Gift for Future StudentsSherry M. Sukol (DC 1973) shares her reflections that led to her decision to establish a permanent fund that will support research and internships for psychology students at Dietrich College.
Carnegie Mellon, Rales Foundation Announce Groundbreaking Initiative To Broaden Access to STEM EducationCarnegie Mellon University and the Norman and Ruth Rales Foundation announced a transformative new initiative to broaden access to graduate education in STEM fields.
Faculty Spotlight: Katharine BurnsKatharine Burns, assistant professor of second language acquisition and Hispanic studies, takes an interdisciplinary approach to applied sociolinguistics.
A Recipe for UnderstandingThe Israeli and Palestinian Food Cultures Grand Challenge Seminar allows first-year Dietrich College students to learn about Israeli and Palestinian history, culture and conflict through the lens of food.
NEH Fellowship Supports Slate's Research on Civil RightsNico Slate received a fellowship from the NEH to support his research on the Highlander Folk School and the role of education within the civil rights movement.
Fall 2022 Dean's ListCongratulations to all of the Dietrich College students named to the fall Dean's List!
Nightly Sleep Is Key to Student SuccessA new study at Carnegie Mellon University shows the impact of nightly sleep on a student’s academic performance.
CMU International Film Festival BeginsSneak preview event set for Feb. 16 with “What We Left Unfinished”.
Philosophy Graduate Students Win Top Honors in CompetitionTeam earns top prize at the Causal Insights for Learning Paths in Education competition.
Alumnus Stefan Savage Elected to NAEThursday, February 09, 2023
Alumnus Stefan Savage Elected to NAEStefan Savage, a cybersecurity expert who received his undergraduate degree in applied history from the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has received the prestigious honor of being elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
Moroccan Service Trip Sets Senior's Sights on MedicineWednesday, February 01, 2023
Moroccan Service Trip Sets Senior's Sights on MedicineVeronique Wright, a senior pursuing a combined degree in biological sciences and psychology, volunteered at the Clinique La Capitale, which brought greater clarity to her future.
Research Covers How Masks Affect Listeners’ ComprehensionWednesday, February 01, 2023