Ali Shakir Aims to Shine Light on Gravitational LensingA junior in physics and statistics and data science has received funding through the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholar Development to work in Professor Rachel Mandelbaum's lab.
September & October PostDoc NewsThe next issue in our newsletter series focusing on the most recent accomplishments of the postdocs associated with CMU Psychology.
Verstynen Demystifies Zombie BrainsAs Halloween approaches, The Washington Post asked experts to address some theories about zombies based on what is known about human bodies and brains.
A Dose of Belonging May Combat DepressionA new study finds that a college student’s sense of belonging affects the onset of depression later in the semester.
Summer PostDoc NewsA new newsletter series focusing on the most recent accomplishments of the postdocs associated with CMU Psychology.
Pier and Beer Alike to the EarGraduate student studies link between speech perception and speech production.
New Leaders for a Strong CommunityWednesday, August 31, 2022
New Leaders for a Strong CommunityHolt and Fiez to lead a reimagined neuroscience partnership.
Job Announcement: Joint Psychology/Neuroscience Institute Position (tenure track)Tuesday, July 26, 2022
Job Announcement: Joint Psychology/Neuroscience Institute Position (tenure track)The Department of Psychology seeks highly qualified applicants for a tenure-track position shared by the Carnegie Mellon Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Psychology. Appointments will be considered at ranks from assistant to associate professor (including tenured associate).
Job Announcement: Full Time Quantitative Psychologist and Statistician (non-tenure track)Tuesday, July 12, 2022
Job Announcement: Full Time Quantitative Psychologist and Statistician (non-tenure track)The Health and Human Performance (Dr. David Creswell, PI) and Behavioral Health Laboratories (Dr. Kasey Creswell, PI) in the Department of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University invite applications for a full-time quantitative psychologist/statistician special faculty position, to begin Summer or Fall 2022.
Drinking Alone Foreshadows Future Alcohol ProblemsMonday, July 11, 2022
Drinking Alone Foreshadows Future Alcohol ProblemsA new Carnegie Mellon University study has found that drinking alone as an adolescent and young adult can increase the risk of alcohol use disorder later in life, especially for women.
Klatzky Elected into National Academy of ScienceTuesday, May 10, 2022
Klatzky Elected into National Academy of ScienceRoberta Klatzky, the Charles J. Queenan, Jr. University Professor of Psychology, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. She is an expert in cognition whose research examines the relationships between human perception and action, with a focus on touch.
Unlocking the Secrets of the BrainThursday, May 05, 2022
Unlocking the Secrets of the BrainNew research explores how abstract concepts are represented in the brain across cultures, languages.
Cantlon Receives Cattell AwardThursday, April 28, 2022
Cantlon Receives Cattell AwardJessica Cantlon is one of four recipients of the James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships awarded by the Association for Psychological Science in 2022.
Job Announcement: Multiple Assistant /Associate Positions in Psychology (tenure track)Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Job Announcement: Multiple Assistant /Associate Positions in Psychology (tenure track)The Department of Psychology seeks highly qualified applicants to fill multiple tenure-track positions. Appointments will be considered at ranks from assistant to associate professor (including tenured associate).
Tartans Aid India Through COVID CrisisMonday, March 14, 2022
Tartans Aid India Through COVID CrisisWith contemporary skillsets and technological aptitude, the members of the Carnegie Mellon community often apply novel solutions to real world-problems. For some Tartans, the urge to help those in need recently hit home.
Faculty Spotlight: Michael TrujilloThursday, February 10, 2022
Faculty Spotlight: Michael TrujilloRead more about Trujillo’s work that explores how stigma affects health.
The Mind's EdgeMonday, January 31, 2022