Psychology Ph.D. Candidates Receive NSF Graduate FellowshipsTwo Ph.D. students in Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Psychology, Chisom Obasih and Sophie Robert, have received Graduate Fellowships from the National Science Foundation (NSF). These fellowships will assist Obasih and Robert in their research efforts.
A Mural of StoriesPsychology major Elise Delgado’s senior honors project paints a picture of empathy and hope for underrepresented voices at CMU.
When Drinking Alone Becomes A ProblemThe pandemic has isolated people in their homes. For some, drinking has taken on the role of self-medication to manage negative emotions, like stress and anxiety.
2021 Graduate Student Teaching Awards AnnouncedNuria Ballesteros Soria and Cassie Eng are the 2021 recipients of the Dietrich College Humanities and Social Sciences’ graduate student awards for teaching.
A Call a Day Keeps the Pandemic Blues AwaySocial connection, social support and physical exercise key to overcoming adversity.
Researchers Explore How to Make AI More HumanA team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University received a $500,000 grant from the National Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes program to design a new class of Turing Tests that assess both biological intelligence and AI.
Nozari Receives Early Career AwardThursday, January 14, 2021