The Joint CMU-Pitt PhD Program in Computational Biology strives to establish a climate that celebrates diversity and promotes respect for the contributions of all. Both Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh share in this goal and as such there are various organizations available to promote diversity.
The CPCB brings together students from around the world to study computational biology. This diagram shows the home countries of our current students. In all, 11 countries are represented. Our training faculty is equally diverse.
- CMU Diversity Resource Guide
- Pitt School of Medicine Office of Diversity Affairs
- University of Pittsburgh Office of Cross-Cultural Leadership and Development
- CMU Black Graduate Student Organization (BGSO)
- Students of Color Dinner Series