Carnegie Mellon University

Integrated Innovation Institute

Engineering + Design + Business

Integrated Innovation Institute

DEI Resources


iii Resources

These DEI resources are specific to the Integrated Innovation Institute. Here, you will find career and scholarship guides compiled by DEI Fellows, past DEI event information, and more. Utilize the links below to navigate the content.

To assist incoming students, current iii students have put together a resource document capturing funding opportunities. 

This is a living document, meaning it will be updated and changed periodically. Hopefully, this resource will help you get started as you explore ways to fund your graduate school education.


Watch our Spring 2022 DEI Student Gathering. Have further questions? Contact your DEI fellows at (Pittsburgh) or (Silicon Valley).

Spring 2022 DEI Student Gathering

University Resources

These DEI resources are linked to Carnegie Mellon University at large. Here, you will find information about the University's DEI committments as a whole, the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Counseling and Psychological Services, and more. Utilize the links below to navigate the content.

Learn more about university-wide commitments and progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. On this page, you will find univeristy communications, additional resources, ways to engage and more.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at CMU

The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion offers resources to achieve an inclusive and transformative experience for all students. 

Visit the site for a list of programs, events, student resources and more.

Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion

Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS) helps students improve their psychological health by facilitating insight and fostering deeper understanding of their personal struggles needed to make better choices for themselves. Services at CaPS are developmental in nature, aimed at supporting students in the moment and in their personal growth and maturation over time.

CaPS offers services to help students find a culturally responsive therapist, understand racial trauma, hosts support groups and more. 

Counseling and Psychological Services