Alumnus Burton Morris Invited to Create Art for Legendary Chanel Fragrance
It’s a classic brand and fragrance known the world over and represented by some of the most celebrated models and actors of our time, among them Marilyn Monroe and Catherine Deneuve. Now, Chanel No. 5 can boast two Carnegie Mellon University alumni associated with this iconic brand: School of Art pop artist Andy Warhol and School of Design pop artist Burton Morris. Their work appeared side-by-side in Paris recently at the Grand Palais Ephemere.
Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design is thrilled to announce that Vice Provost for Faculty and Associate Professor Molly Wright Steenson has been named the new President and CEO of the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, MN. We're going to miss Molly so incredibly much and we wish her nothing but the best in this exciting new opportunity.
A team of Master's Students from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design recently won the prestigious San Francisco Design Week Award for their project, “Orbit,” an app-based service that promotes sustainability through rental and sharing economy amongst new parents.
Featured Video by Communication Design Juniors
Our 3rd year Communication Design students created public service messages to tell the story of the region's current state of broadband connectivity. The students' campaigns are critical in helping raise awareness, advocate for and educate the general population about the importance of high-speed connectivity and its role in our day-to-day lives. Thank you to our partners Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission, in collaboration with Allies for Children and Carnegie Mellon University (Metro21 and Traffic21)
Join a conversation with Ambassador Maritza Chan, the first woman to serve as the Permanent Representative of Costa Rica to the United Nations, and Carnegie Mellon University’s Sustainability Initiative Director Alexandra Hiniker.