The History of Confluence

Confluence is known as Carnegie Mellon’s annual primary recruiting forum for designers. Started in 1995, the event invites companies from all over the world to tour our studios and view students’ work across the undergraduate and graduate programs.

Dimeji Onafuwa wins Applied Innovation Fellowship

As citizens of Pittsburgh, we find our students constantly giving back and engaging themselves in the vibrant city.

17 Design Students Recognized at Awards Ceremony

Students, faculty and staff gather to celebrate learning, discoveries, colorful failures, problem-solving and hard work.

New ‘Master Suite’ Opens for Expanded Grad Program

The School has recently opened a new facility for its graduate programs that features 4,300 sq. ft of space, a distance-learning classroom, configurable ‘collaboratory’ space, and a cafe area. The new space was designed to support transdisciplinary teamwork.


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