Stacie Rohrbach Wins the Henry Hornbostel Teaching Award

Stacie Rohrbach, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, was recently award the Henry Hornbostel Teaching Award. The Hornbostel Award, which is the College of Fine Arts' annual recognition for teaching excellence, is named after Henry Hornbostel (1867 – 1961), the first Dean of the College of Fine Arts and the architect and designer of several Carnegie Mellon University buildings including the College of Fine Arts Building, Baker Hall, Doherty Hall, Hammerschlag Hall and Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall. 

Design Senior Named 2021-2022 Fellow at the New York Times

Alice Fang (BDes ’21) a senior specializing in Communication Design at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, has been named a 2021-2022 Fellow with the New York Times. Narrowed down from over 3000 applications, this group represents the third class of New York Times Fellows.

Celebrating Pioneering Black Industrial Designers

“Where are the Black Designers?” This Black History Month, as we continue to ask this recurring question, Associate Professor and Senior Associate Dean of the College of Fine Arts Eric Anderson takes the opportunity to celebrate three pioneering Black Industrial Designers who have had an immense impact on the profession, and his career, in different ways.

The Design Lecture Series for Spring 2021 Starts February 15th

Each year, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design hosts our annual Design Lecture Series. The Design Lecture Series brings transdisciplinary thinkers and practitioners from around the world to campus, believing that the power of design addresses some of today's most pressing challenges. Our speakers come from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines including design, business, the nonprofit sector, education, science, and more.


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