James Hagerty

Class of 2022


  • Campus sustainability efforts expanded wind energy initiative

    Following student requests for an Office of Sustainability late last month, Carnegie Mellon University is touting green updates to the school’s infrastructure. This past Monday, the university announced that it is now purchasing wind power.

    News | October 7, 2019
  • Constitution Day event hosts Pitt professor William M. Carter, Jr.

    Last Wednesday, in celebration of this past Tuesday’s Constitution Day, University of Pittsburgh Professor of Law William M. Carter, Jr. gave a lecture in the Tepper Quadrangle’s Citrone Conference Center. Carter’s lecture discussed the U.S. Constitution and its historical implications on slavery and the Civil War.

    News | September 23, 2019
  • Mill 19 opens, aiming to be an “extension of campus”

    Soon, Carnegie Mellon’s Manufacturing Futures Initiative (MFI) and Carnegie Mellon partner Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) will occupy a new facility, Mill 19, alongside other manufacturers. The facility will be a place for MFI and ARM to collaborate, as well as many other purposes.

    News | September 16, 2019
  • Environmental Health and Safety Department promotes Fire Safety Month

    Carnegie Mellon’s Environmental Health and Safety department is hosting a number of events to highlight Campus Fire Safety Month, an extension of their stated guiding principles: “to support the University’s mission and values by sustaining and enhancing a safe and healthy environment for the Carnegie Mellon community.”

    News | September 9, 2019
  • 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