James Tetlow

Class of 2007

Articles

  • Lecturers to speak about global labor and rise of civil rights

    This week, lectures at Carnegie Mellon will focus on the modern representation of global labor issues and on understanding one of the “missing chapters” in the civil rights movement. Thursday, the Literary and Cultural Studies Colloquium Series will present a lecture on global labor by professor Michael Denning. The Center for Africanamerican Urban Studies and the Economy (CAUSE) will launch its 2...

    News | October 2, 2006
  • This week’s lectures to discuss Mideast issues

    This week, lectures will focus on conflicts in the Middle East and understanding the motivations behind them.
    Today a professor will speak on her work on the ways that emotions influence judgment and decision-making. On Tuesday an author will discuss our dependency on oil, while on Wednesday, professors will discuss the conflict in Iraq and its similarities to the summer war between Hezbollah an...

    News | September 25, 2006
  • This week’s lecturers to discuss modern social issues

    This week, three speakers at Carnegie Mellon will discuss modern social issues facing American society. First lieutenant Robert Behrman will draw on personal experience to describe the war in Iraq, while political theorist Benjamin R. Barber will speak on capitalism and the “infantilist ethos” that it creates. Artists Ann Messner and Joyce Kozloff will talk about their documentation of rising Amer...

    News | September 18, 2006
  • Student and faculty relief efforts continue one year after Hurricane Katrina

    A stranger passing through the University Center last week might have seen students clutching beaded necklaces and wondered if Carnegie Mellon was celebrating Mardi Gras early. It was no early holiday, though — it was the commemoration of the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

    News | September 11, 2006
  • Task Force to Improve Advising

    Students using Online Registration to sign up for next year?s classes may be surprised by a message popping up to ask them if they?ve filled out a short survey for academic advising. The online survey is one of the ideas being considered by a new task force created to assess current academic advising at CMU, address unmet needs, and propose new possibilities to improve undergraduate advising on ca...

    News | March 29, 2004