July 2007 Headlines
Motorola Sponsors Graduate Design Studio to Create Breakthrough Products
Securities Exchange Commission Chief Economist Returns to Carnegie Mellon's Teper School
Chester Spatt Lauded by SEC Chairman for Leadership and Contributions
School of Design Hosts Annual Conference on Service Design, Sept. 7-9
Carnegie Mellon's School of Design will host its second annual Emergence Design Conference, Sept. 7-9 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh. The conference focuses on emerging themes and practices in design.
David O'Hallaron Named New Director of Intel Research Pittsburgh
David O'Hallaron, whose research focuses on scientific supercomputing, computational database systems and virtualization, assumed leadership of the Pittsburgh lab July 1.
Jonathan Cagan Creates Environment for Patent Perfect Products
The innovators who helped build America haven't disappeared. They're right here at Carnegie Mellon in Mechanical Engineering Professor Jonathan Cagan's product development classes.
Carnegie Mellon, University of Madeira Offer Dual Degree Master's Program in Human-Computer Interaction
The 16-month program is sponsored by the regional government of Madeira and will include a semester of core courses at Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) in the fall, followed by 12 months of further course work and a capstone project course at the University of Madeira.
A Dream Job
Alum Thinks Up New Attractions
Fuel of the Future
Is Hydrogen the New Gasoline?
Rick McCullough Named VP of Research
Brings Expertise to New Position
Viva La Pittsburgh
Inititative to Keep Talent in Region