Laboring for Community in the HumanitiesGraduate students will convene virtually for "Bridges and Borders: Laboring for Community," happening April 14 through April 15. The conference is open to the public.
Uju Anya Receives New Directions FellowshipCarnegie Mellon University has been awarded a Mellon Foundation grant to support a New Directions Fellowship for Uju Anya, associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages.
Drinking Alone Predicts Future Alcohol ProblemsKasey Creswell, associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, authored a blog about alcohol use disorder on the Institute of Alcohol Studies website.
Browder Presents Margaret Morrison Distinguished LectureTalk will focus on Black people's ongoing struggles to access safe medical care.
Dietrich Alumni Rise to the ChallengeDietrich College alumni are among those recognized by CMU for their transformational impact.
CMU’s 2023 International Film Festival BeginsThe 2023 Carnegie Mellon University International Film Festival, “Faces of Change,” will run from March 16 to April 2 at locations around Pittsburgh.
Washington Semester Program: An Opportunity for Any MajorThree CMU students share their experiences in Washington D.C. from fall 2022.
Costa Rica Study Abroad Program Applications Due March 15CMU students can attend a study abroad program in Costa Rica through the Department of Modern Languages
Pittsburgh Humanities Festival Runs March 24-26The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival returns this spring for a weekend full of performances and conversations with artists, academics, community leaders and change-makers from the region.
A Passion for AdvocacyThursday, March 02, 2023