Evangeline Liu

Class of 2020


  • 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
  • CMU Professor Mark Kamlet on automation’s future impact

    Self-driving cars and many other kinds of artificial intelligence technology making their way into every professional field, many researchers and the public wonder about the impact these technological advancements will have on human jobs if machines can — or potentially could perform — so many of the skilled tasks that humans currently perform. Mark Kamlet, a Provost Emeritus and University Profes...

    News | February 12, 2018
  • CMU donates chairs to University of Puerto Rico

    When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico last Sept., much of the island’s infrastructure was devastated. This month saw a renewed effort by groups at Carnegie Mellon to provide relief after the tragedy. In mid-Jan., nearly four months after the hurricane, there were pictures posted to Twitter of families with children still living in tents. ...

    News | January 29, 2018
  • Interim President Farnam Jahanian provides input on highly criticized tax reform bill

    Congress has been in a rush to write out and pass a new tax reform bill in what would be the Republicans’ first major legislative accomplishment since they won control of both the legislative and executive branches of the government last year. One version of the bill has passed the House of Representatives, while the Senate recently passed its own version of the bill, mostly along partisan lines. ...

    News | December 4, 2017
  • Carnegie Mellon researchers combat partisan gerrymandering

    In the United States, as one of the first countries founded on the basis of democratically electing government officials, the practice of gerrymandering, defined as drawing election districts in a way that favors one political party over another, is almost as old as the country itself, starting with some of the first elections in this country. [In 1788](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerrymandering...

    News | November 20, 2017

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