James Hagerty

Class of 2022

Articles

  • Campus construction: ANSYS Hall nears completion as framing for TCS Hall wraps up

    Carnegie Mellon has been working on two major facilities named for their respective donors: TCS Hall and ANSYS Hall, funded by the major international companies Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and ANSYS, respectively. Carnegie Mellon Provost and Chief Academic Officer James Garrett Jr. discussed the timeline of the buildings and the two companies’ relationships with Carnegie Mellon with The Tartan...

    News | April 22, 2019
  • Simon Initiative "toolkit" released to try and address educational effectiveness

    Over the past six decades, the Carnegie Mellon-based Simon Initiative has been researching student learning outcomes, working to improve online learning tools and optimize education systems and processes. After over $100 million worth of research, the Simon Initiative is picking up press coverage on their “learning-engineering” ecosystem.

    News | April 8, 2019
  • Families working for Chartwells, CMU dining remain optimistic

    Carnegie Mellon Dining Services employees have a rich history of coalition and bonding — from summer picnics to vacations, university-hosted Christmas parties, and more — that goes far beyond workplace small talk. Liz Stanton, the cashier at Hamburg Hall’s Heinz Café, proudly told me that she has every employee’s number. So basically, they’re family.

    News | April 1, 2019
  • Automation continues to be relevant issue

    Automation is one of the most pertinent technological and economic topics of the 21st century. Central to the issue are concerns of job loss and mass displacement, especially within the transportation and marketing sectors.

    News | March 25, 2019
  • Power outages due to wind resolved quickly

    On Monday, Feb. 25, winds reaching as high as 60 mph caused a power outage that affected multiple facilities on and off campus. Specifically, Morewood E-Tower, Morewood Gardens, and Stever House lost power for several hours. The affected housing facilities, almost exclusively first-year housing, kept emergency lighting with gas generators, but most essential utilities were disabled: outlets, light...

    News | March 4, 2019