Innovation with Impact-Graduate Education - Carnegie Mellon University

Innovation with Impact – Graduate Interdisciplinary Exhibition 2016

The 2016 Innovation with Impact will be held on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 as part of the annual Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week Celebration of Research, Projects, Teaching and Service.  The event will be held in the Rangos Ballroom, 2nd floor of the University Center.

Innovation with Impact, IWI, is an interdisciplinary poster/performance exhibition of graduate student research and projects from across the Pittsburgh campus. All Carnegie Mellon community members, faculty, students, and staff are invited to attend.

What is it? 

  • The only exhibition for graduate students from all 7 colleges to share their work with each other and the campus community.
  • A taste of the experiences and hard work that graduate students often only share at off-site locations, conferences, or within their own college/program.
  • An opportunity for recipients of the GSA/Provost Conference Funding or GSA/Provost Graduate Small Research Grants, GuSH, to showcase how they have used the funds from these two sources.

   
When is it?
The 2016 Innovation with Impact will be held on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 as part of the annual Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week Celebration of Research, Projects, Teaching and Service.

How do I register?
Complete the registration form by March 18, 2016

Where is it?
The 2016 Innovation with Impact will be held in the Rangos Ballroom, 2nd floor of the University Center.

How can I participate?
As a group or as an individual, with a visual display such as a poster, a performance, or art piece – you decide.  All you have to do is:

  • Registration will open in February 2016
  • Prepare a visual display or performance. Our office is able to provide you with one of the following on the day of the event:
    • One easel, one white foam core board (30” by 40”), and pins. It is important that your display fits onto one easel/board – we will likely not have enough to provide you with two.
    • Half or full 6x2ft table
    • Floor space
  • Attend and be ready to briefly and informally talk about your research, project, performance, or conference experience with the broader campus community between 4:30 and 6:00pm on April 9.

Where is it?
The 2016 Innovation with Impact will be held in the Rangos Ballroom, 2nd floor of the University Center.

We encourage you to also take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for additional information.

Examples of Visual Displays, Performances

  • Poster attached to foam core board on an easel
  • No more than 8 powerpoint pages at 8.5”x11” pinned foam core board on an easel
  • Musical performance
  • Art display
  • Artifact display

2015 Participants and Projects

2015 Graduate Student Teaching Award Winner
Matthew Eicholtz, Department of Mechanical Engineering

2015 Graduate Student Service Award Winners
Jesse Dunietz, Department of Computer Science
Adona Iosif, Department of Machine Learning
Ardon Z. Shorr, Department of Biological Sciences

2015 Images

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Past Events

2012, 2013, 2014