Evangeline Liu

Class of 2020

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  • Anthony Foxx joins CMU as Distinguished Executive in Residence

    Anthony Foxx, former Secretary of Transportation under President Obama, has joined Carnegie Mellon as the distinguished executive in residence for the 2018-2019 academic year. He will be working on issues that intertwine policy, environment, and engineering. A university press release summarizes: “In his new role, Foxx will...help students understand how to most effectively bring people, policy an...

    News | September 24, 2018
  • CMU Shuttle launches new app

    At Carnegie Mellon University, school shuttles are an important if underutilized form of transportation for students, sometimes the only option besides public buses. Whether students live outside of walking distance from campus or just need to take a quick trip to Whole Foods to stock up on groceries, shuttles ferry students from campus hotspots to central areas in Pittsburgh. However, students do...

    News | September 17, 2018
  • Months after the storm, hurricane relief efforts persist

    April 20 marks the seven-month anniversary of the day Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. Those following the crisis might know about the fundraising work of junior and decision science major Rosana Guernica and her team, which resulted in several chartered flights to the island that brought supplies and evacuated medical patients who couldn’t receive treatment on the island because there was inadequ...

    News | April 23, 2018
  • San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz Soto visits for Energy Week

    San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz Soto was in Pittsburgh this week for Carnegie Mellon’s Energy Week, a three-day symposium consisting of career fairs, lectures, forums, and field trips.

    News | April 9, 2018
  • Student-led Puerto Rico trip finds stalled recovery

    Closing in on the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Maria’s landfall in Puerto Rico, a group of Carnegie Mellon students led by Tiffany Taulton, a graduate student in Heinz College majoring in public policy, visited the island on an “alternative spring break.” The group, besides bringing donations to help the island, spent the week helping some of the most vulnerable segments of the Puerto Rican ...

    News | April 2, 2018

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