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Don Carter's research addresses urban design, urban planning and architecture — establishing public participation planning processes and design charrettes as core disciplines.Carter is the director of Carnegie Mellon's Remaking Cities Institute in the School of Architecture.
As President of Carnegie Mellon University, Jared L. Cohon is responsible for all aspects of leadership in the university, including its commitment to the Pittsburgh region and the world.
Under his leadership, Carnegie Mellon has achieved recognition as one of the world’s top-rated institutions.
Cohon is a noted expert in a number of fields and can comment on the following areas relating to Pittsburgh’s transformation and its role as a host for the G-20 summit.
Few people know the history of Pittsburgh better than Joel Tarr, who has taught at Carnegie Mellon since 1967.
Tarr’s research deals with the history of the urban environment and the development of urban technological systems.
A noted mathematician and computer scientist, Lenore Blum is working to forge strong ties between Carnegie Mellon faculty and students who are doing world-class research and the business and investment community that can help move those ideas into the marketplace.
Blum leads the Project Olympus efforts to provide start-up advice, micro-grants, and incubator space for faculty and students across campus and helps connect them to interested parties within our regional, national and global communities.