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Dietrich College Spring Preview: Social Sciences EditionThe Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences has a host of social sciences courses to offer for spring 2024
Dietrich College Spring Course Preview: Humanities EditionThe Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences has prepared a list of some of the exciting humanities courses available next semester.
Humanity and HumilityTeraya White, the academic program manager for the MADS program in the Department of Statistics and Data Science, wins 2023 Staff Community Excellence Award at the Sept. 27 Connections and Conversation Luncheon.
Hilliard Receives Alumni Service AwardDavid Hilliard, a graduate of Dietrich College, will be honored with CMU’s Alumni Service Award at a ceremony during Homecoming Weekend.
Advancing Student Learning at CMU Through Generative AICMU brings generative AI to classrooms across the university.
Hidden Resource Gems at CMU: Library EditionThis series aims to close knowledge gaps and provide Dietrich College students with a helpful guide to some of the hidden gems available at the university.
Exploring the Invisible World: Identity and PerceptionMichael Trujillo leads Dietrich College’s Stigma, Health Equity, and Resilience Lab, which aims to understand how people with different social identities interact and how that knowledge shapes perceptions of each other.
Dandoy Wins Andy AwardFour staff members in Dietrich College have been nominated in three of the Andy Awards categories.
Dietrich College Faculty Receive ProfessorshipsCarnegie Mellon University bestowed professorships on three distinguished faculty members from the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences in September.
Neural Activity Associated with Motor Commands Changes Depending on ContextTuesday, October 03, 2023