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Latest news and press from IDEATE

Jessica Hammer, assistant professor in Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) and Entertainment Technology Center (ETC), and co-designer Moyra Turkington created Rosenstrasse
New Web Series on Innovation, Entrepreneurship Will Feature CMU
MechE/IDeATe student Roberto Andaya and IDeATe student technical advisor Efrain Barbosa were on the winning team of this year's Build18 Festival
Recent and current happenings from IDeATe at Carnegie Mellon
Sophomore Morgan Reed describes her experience in IDeATe's Responsive Mobile Environments/Building an Atmosphere course
White House Highlights CMU’s Leadership in Maker Education
Carnegie Mellon University students are developing green thumbs for the Red Planet
Senior Nivetha Kannan describes how her IDeATe minor changed her college experience

February 4, 2016

IDeATe Fall 2015 Highlights

Just a sampling of all of the exciting happenings from the fall semester!
What's ahead for the students and faculty of IDeATe
Louw will develop and study a cyberlearning tool that supports deep looking and learning in citizen science.
Dr. Finger begins working with IDeATe for Fall 2015
This program is designed for junior faculty members interested in enhancing their teaching.

July 9, 2015

LoadComplete

Carnegie Mellon University alumni, siblings and South Korean citizens Soo Jeong Bae (ETC'09) and Jeong Hyun Bae (ETC'08) dreamed of designing their own games but imagined their version of the American dream would take time.

July 9, 2015

Do It Yourself

With her company Teknikio, Deren Guler (S'09, A'12) isn't just proving that girls are good at math and science - she's proving they can have fun doing it.
Dean of Libraries Keith Webster will begin a two-year term as director of Emerging and Integrative Media Initiatives on July 1.
The efforts of IDeATe were discussed often at the White House event.
Research indicates that students benefit from making experiences in learning
The IDeATe@Hunt facility was recently part of the community program out of the School of Computer Science
Graduate program is part of New York's tech hub
Computer Scientists, Engineers, Architects and Designers Developing Adaptive Homes
English majors are exploring tech-arts collaborations
Carnegie Mellon will be well represented at SXSW 2015
How does one better understand an abstract work of art?
The Interaction Award winners were announced at the Interaction15 Conference, February 9th - 11th, in San Francisco
Faculty colleagues will discuss interdisciplinary teaching
IDeATe@Hunt is one of the sites for the 48-hour game development challenge.

December 12, 2014

Make Schools Alliance Launches

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy announced the launch of the alliance, of which Carnegie Mellon is a founding member.
Andrew Perkis recently visited Carnegie Mellon to discuss his work on Immersive Media Technology Experiences
Carnegie Mellon's new Integrative Media Program was recently highlighted in the Harvard Business Review.
Carnegie Mellon alum Thiago Hersan visited in November to talk about his work with Big Data.
Rikakis speaks to the collaborative skills that are essential for tech jobs and that are becoming common in interdisciplinary courses at Carnegie Mellon.
The Maker Faire explored and promoted the initiatives of organizations and individuals of the Maker Movement, which represents tremendous opportunities for American education, business, and manufacturing.
President Obama visited Pittsburgh on June 17, 2014 to speak at TechShop in Bakery Square.