Carnegie Mellon University

2021-2022 Fellows

Fourteen outstanding juniors have been named 2021-2022 Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences Honors Fellows. Projects the students will tackle range from the role of culture in shaping mental health attitudes to the relationship between women’s rights movements and Christianity in the late 19th century.

The students’ work is funded through the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences Honors Fellowship, an extension of the college’s Senior Honors Program, and gives the fellows a head start on their thesis development.

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Ping-Ya Chao

Policy and Management; Chemistry (dual degrees)

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Chuanye (Jack) Chen

Behavioral Economics, Policy, and Organizations; Decision Science

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Marie-Michelle Ivantechenko

Psychology

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Daphne Kass

Ethics, History, and Public Policy

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Qianou (Christina) Ma

Cognitive Science

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Francis Ng

Cognitive Science; Statistics and Machine Learning

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Renee Nikolov

International Relations and Politics; Behavioral Economics, Policy, and Organizations

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Zachary Novack 

Statistics and Machine Learning

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Mallory Page

Social and Political History; Japanese Studies

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Lauren Pugeda

Psychology

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Alice Russell

Neuroscience

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Bethany Sanov

Psychology

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Madison Williamson

Psychology; Social and Political History

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Agnes Zhou

Psychology