President Suresh has expressed his excitement, stating that both women have “brought energy, skill, and leadership to these critical roles, making strong additions to the university’s executive team.”
Heffner says that everyone should practice civility in both their real and online lives so that it does not disappear as in, for instance, Trump’s tweets.
The conversation ended on the importance of continuing to have these discussions of race, emphasizing how crucial it is to get more people on campus to take part in events like this.
The address focused on three points: first, to attract and retain outstanding and diverse talent; second, to enhance the Carnegie Mellon experience; and third, to build excellence at the university.
University Police arrest two publicly intoxicated males, unaffiliated with the university.
Tension builds between North Korea and Malaysia over assassination of Kim Jong-nam, and drought in Somalia claims 110 lives in 48 hours.
Jay Whitacre appointed new head of Scott Institute as President Cohon retires, and School of Music receives record-breaking donation.