Dear CMU Graduate Students and Colleagues,
I hope this note finds you, your families and friends doing well in these unprecedented challenging times. As we move into Summer term know that the Graduate Education Office and many other resources at Carnegie Mellon are available to continue to support you as you progress in your academic endeavors. While delivery will continue remotely at this time, please don’t let that hold you back from seeking out resources as you need them and connecting to fellow students, your faculty and administrators. Many resources and opportunities will continue to be listed in this Graduate Education Office Update. Please be assured Carnegie Mellon is here for you!
With this note I also am writing to share that I am retiring from CMU in early June. Working with and for CMU graduate students has been the highlight of my career in academia. The students and colleagues I have met over the years, whether on the first day of Graduate Student Orientation, interacting through professional development opportunities, crossing pathways on Craig Street, at the ETC or Mellon Institute, on the Cut or in the Graduate Student Lounge have all provided me with a richness of life experiences and have been so very inspiring. Thank you all immensely!
The Graduate Education Office will continue to be here for you so don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns you have. Wishing you the best as you continue to pursue your academics and for the future you will have as alumni of Carnegie Mellon University.
Suzie Laurich-McIntyre, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education
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