Boyd Receives Gretchen Goldsmith Lankford AwardMorgan Boyd, a 2023 graduate in psychology, has received the Gretchen Goldsmith Lankford Award.
Organizing for ChangeCMU alumna Vivian Chang empowers Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) workers
MS-DAS Students Compute Clinical SuggestionsTwo Dietrich College graduates worked with students in the capstone course for the Master of Science in Data Analytics for Science program.
Congratulations, Class of 2023!The weekend of May 12-14, undergraduate and graduate students from the 11 departments and programs in Dietrich College became CMU alumni.
Digital Map Provides Interactive Lesson on Telegraph HistoryCMU's Ed Russell created a new digital map that shows the progression of the telegraph system in the United States.
Peer Health Advocates: Help for Students, by StudentsDietrich College's Emily Jordan and Sofía Cordoba Valencia work as Peer Health Advocates to promote the well-being of all students in the CMU community.
Dinh Honored for Evidence-based, Justice-centered TeachingPhuong (Phoebe) Dinh, who received Carnegie Mellon University's 2023 Graduate Student Teaching Award, will join the faculty at Tufts University's Department of Psychology in the fall.
Anniversary Exhibitions Trace Influence of Shakespeare through Time and TechnologyProjects from Dietrich College's Stephen Wittek and Christopher Warren and featured in University Libraries' "Inventing Shakespeare: Text, Technology, and the Four Folios."
2022 Year in ReviewWelcome to the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ 2022 Year in Review. Learn more about the ways our distinguished faculty, staff, students and alumni are working across disciplinary boundaries to improve the human condition.
Student Spotlight: Karla TejedaWednesday, May 10, 2023
Student Spotlight: Karla TejedaSenior Karla Tejeda is graduating with a major in applied multilingual studies and a minor in Hispanic studies. She is the first graduate in applied multilingual studies.
Student Athlete Reflects on Time at CMUWednesday, May 10, 2023
Student Athlete Reflects on Time at CMUHelena Spencer, a graduating senior majoring in information systems, reflects on her experience with CMU's women's soccer team.
Dietrich Seed Grants Tackle Language, Coups and BiasTuesday, May 09, 2023
Dietrich Seed Grants Tackle Language, Coups and BiasThe Dietrich College Seed Grant program provided $45,000 in grants during its spring 2023 funding cycle.
Kass Elected to National Academy of SciencesMonday, May 08, 2023
Kass Elected to National Academy of SciencesRobert E. Kass, who is affiliated with the Statistics & Data Science and Machine Learning departments and the Neuroscience Institute, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in recognition of his distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
Tarr Named University ProfessorThursday, May 04, 2023
Tarr Named University ProfessorMichael Tarr, the Kavčić-Moura Professor of Cognitive and Brain Science, is one of five Carnegie Mellon faculty members who have been elevated to the rank of University Professor, the highest distinction a faculty member can achieve at CMU.
CMU Leads NSF AI Institute for Societal Decision MakingThursday, May 04, 2023
CMU Leads NSF AI Institute for Societal Decision MakingSix Dietrich College faculty are among leaders of a $20M collaboration that brings together AI, social sciences and humanities experts to develop tools for societal challenges.
Market Making Game Participants Trade Winning StrategiesTuesday, May 02, 2023
Market Making Game Participants Trade Winning StrategiesDietrich College undergraduates and Master of Science in Computational Finance students were among competitors in the Market Making Game.
Kamlet, Nelson Named Collaboratory Against Hate Co-directorsTuesday, May 02, 2023