James Hagerty

Class of 2022

Articles

  • Dept. of Education report alleges a lack of foreign gifts reporting from CMU, other universities

    Since July of 2019, the U.S. Department of Education has been investigating undisclosed foreign gifts at elite schools. These investigations are an extension of federal government scrutiny about overseas income reporting practices in higher education. Carnegie Mellon is among the universities being investigated.

    News | March 2, 2020
  • Herbsleb takes new role as head of Institute for Software Research

    “The Institute for Software Research was originally a collection of people doing great things, but whose work just didn’t fit neatly into any of the available niches. With our experience over the years, we are discovering unifying themes, and that we actually have a great deal in common, in terms of interests and methods and overlapping topics,” said Jim Herbsleb, now at the helm of Carnegie Mello...

    News | January 27, 2020
  • Humanist League's Sagan Fest presents Jonathan D. Haidt of NYU

    “Dialogue and reason may seem like the default, but historically, they are in fact a rarity,” said Alex Fogelson, events coordinator for Carnegie Mellon’s Humanist League, setting the stage for last Tuesday’s Sagan Fest talk in McConomy Auditorium.

    News | November 11, 2019
  • Alum Sarah Valentine discusses her memoir When I Was White

    “She was one of those students who was smarter than the teacher, and the teacher knew it but wouldn’t say it out loud,” confessed Jim Daniels, English Professor at Carnegie Mellon and former teacher of author Sarah Valentine. Daniels showered Valentine with praise before her MLK Jr. Day Writing Awards speech on her life story and autobiographical book, When I Was White: A Memoir.

    News | October 28, 2019
  • Humanities@CMU launched following student input

    Carnegie Mellon’s new initiative, Humanities@CMU, is focused on creating a distinct brand for its humanities institutions. Key goals of the initiative are strengthening the humanities in terms of education, research, and student communities, as well as improving marketing and internship opportunities.

    News | October 14, 2019