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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Press Release: 16 Alumni Startups Receive Investment From Carnegie Mellon's Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund

Established by Carnegie Mellon alumnus and Flip Video Camera creator Jonathan Kaplan and his wife Marci Glazer, the OFEF provides early-stage business financing and support to alumni who have graduated from CMU within the last five years. Kaplan earned his MBA from Carnegie Mellon in 1990. MORE
Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Press Release: Carnegie Mellon's School of Design Creates New Company To Help Families Fight Childhood Obesity Through Educational Games

FitwitsCreated by CMU's Kristin Hughes, Fitwits offers a system of print and digital tools that provides families, educators and health care professionals greater insight into health decisions that children make on a daily basis. MORE
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Press Release: Carnegie Mellon's Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women Hosts Networking Reception and Preview, Thursday, June 26

The networking reception and preview will be held from from 4 to 6 p.m. in 322/324 Posner Hall, home of CMU's Tepper School of Business. MORE
Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Press Release: NSF Grant Supports Carnegie Mellon I-Corps Site To Train Faculty, Students To Become Entrepreneurs

I-Corps LogoThe CMU I-Corps Site's primary goal is to create an efficient and replicable process to commercialize innovations based on customer discovery and product adaptation. The program will incorporate CMU's curricula combined with curricula from earlier I-Corps programs. It will include four elements: workshops, mentoring, funding for projects and customer discovery, and access to incubator space. MORE
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Press Release: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find Spontaneous Thoughts Are Perceived To Reveal Meaningful Self-Insight

MorewedgeCarey K. Morewedge was lead author of a study to determine how people perceive their own spontaneous thoughts and if those thoughts or intuitions have any influence over judgment. The research team, which included Harvard Business School, found that spontaneous thoughts are perceived to provide potent self-insight and can influence judgment and decisions. MORE
Thursday, May 22, 2014

Media Advisory: LaunchCMU To Feature Startups, New Technology and Research Innovations from Carnegie Mellon's Entrepreneurship and Technology Community

On June 5 in Silicon Valley, venture capitalists and investment experts will converge with CMU's entrepreneurship and technology community at LaunchCMU, a showcase for startups, cutting-edge research and innovations poised to impact the marketplace. The event includes a demonstration of new products and services and showcase talks by the innovators of successful startup companies. The program is spearheaded by CMU's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. MORE