When Jim Garrett was named dean of Carnegie Mellon’s College of Engineering, it was big news for that college’s students, faculty, and alumni. As for his ongoing research determining the safety of bridges, it may one day be big news for everyone who travels on roads throughout the United States.
There was only one way Jerry Holleran could afford going to college, and that meant agreeing to three specific conditions. The third condition, consented to by Holleran nearly 60 years ago, continues to impact Carnegie Mellon students to this day.
When Larry Hutton met Joyce Garland on the Carnegie Mellon campus back in the 1950s, it sparked a romance that continues to this day. And the Huttons’ love for the university has helped to make dreams come true for of Natalie Morris, a 2012 alumna.