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Remembering Bob Swinehart

With deep and profound sadness, the School of Design has recently learned of the passing of Professor Emeritus Bob Swinehart at the age of 78. Bob taught at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, primarily in the areas of graphic and communication design, from 1974 until he retired into emeritus status in 2010.

Stacie Rohrbach Begins Tenure as Director of Graduate Studies

In June 2019, Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design named Stacie Rohrbach as the Director of Graduate Studies for the MDes, MPS, and MA programs. Rohrbach is an Associate Professor who teaches Designing Experiences for Learning, Communication Design Theory and Practice, Design Studio and Thesis Preparation courses for students across the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs.

Professor Stuart Candy Publishes Design and Futures

Carnegie Mellon University School of Design's Stuart Candy has just published "Design and Futures," a major volume about the intersections of the two fields. Together with Cher Potter from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Professor Candy spent several years assembling contributions on subjects from moviemaking in Los Angeles to street art in South Africa, game design in Macedonia, and climate-resilient architecture in Tuvalu.

Updated Edition of "Universal Methods of Design" Now Available

Bruce Hanington, Head of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, and alumna Bella Martin (MDes ’04), are publishing an updated version of their book, Universal Methods of Design Expanded and Revised: 125 Ways to Research Complex Problems, Develop Innovative Ideas, and Design Effect Solutions. This revised edition of Universal Design Methods contains 25 new methods and will be available on December 3rd, 2019.

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