Laury A. Egan, an alumna of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design (BFA '72), has been enjoying an incredible career as an author, with her latest book, "Once, Upon an Island," arriving on shelves in September. Laury not only writes, she also designs the visuals for her books and their covers. From poetry to comedy to suspense, Egan's body of work continues to grow and evolve.
Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design is thrilled to announce that Associate Professor Stuart Candy and alumna Ceda Verbakel (MA '19) just received the Speculative Design Award from the Core77 Design Awards 2022. Their project, "Imagination is a Commons," examined how to use experiential futures to bring a conversation about long-range alternative pathways for global development to life for the U.N. Development Programme, who was the client for this project.
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