Showcase of Student Projects-Information Systems - Carnegie Mellon University

Showcase of Student Projects

In the Software Development Project course, small student teams collaborate with community-based organizations to develop useful information system solutions to meet real management needs. Each project team proposes, defines, designs and implements a working information system or application with the project client. Teams act as consultants working 'with' and not 'for' their project clients. At the completion of the project, each team must provide a sustainable solution that fits the client's objectives, organization constraints and capabilities.

Real world client partnerships are an important part of the program's educational mission, giving students and project sponsors a significant opportunity to work together towards a common goal. For additional information please contact Professor Randy Weinberg, (412) 268-3228, or

Recent Projects

  • Best of the Batch Foundation
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Human Computer Interaction Institute (HCII)
  • CASANA Mobile Application
  • Global Footprint Network
  • IBM Innovations - 2D Barcodes
  • iPracticeChinese
  • Jimmy and Rosalynn Partnership Foundation
  • Kenya Sustainability
  • Let’s Move Pittsburgh
  • Light of Life Rescue Mission
  • Meals on Wheels
  • New Earth Organization
  • Northern Area Companies
  • Phipps Conservatory
  • United Way

Spring Semester 2015

Spring Semester 2014

Fall Semester 2013

Fall Semester 2012

Fall Semester 2011

Fall Semester 2010

Fall Semester 2009

Fall Semester 2008

Fall Semester 2007

Fall Semester 2005