Design Masters Students Win Three Prestigious Awards for “Beyond”

A team of four graduate students from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design recently won three prestigious awards for their project, “Beyond,” a mixed reality museum experience. Beyond won Muse Design’s platinum award, New York Product Design’s silver award, and Indigo Design’s gold award – all three competitions are professional category, open to students and design professionals.

Three MDes Students Awarded 2023 kynamatrix Research Grants

At the start of the 2023, Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design students Anupriya GuptaElaine Lu, and Youngryun Cho were awarded kynamatrix Research Network's "Innovation through Collaboration" grants for projects in design, engineering, and computer science. The kynamatrix Research Network is a nonprofit network of researchers dedicated to the "understanding and advancement of interactive communication, accelerating innovation in design, engineering, and computer science." The award is granted yearly and encourages studies in "interactive communication across the academic disciplines of design, engineering, and computer science."

Kristin Hughes Named 2022 Aggie Brose Award Winner

Professor Kristin Hughes was recently awarded a 2022 Aggie Brose Award for her incredible work at the Octopus Garden, a landmark in the Friendship neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The Aggie Brose Awards celebrate local work that contributes to a “safe, educated, and empowered community”.

Master's Students Win Multiple Awards with PIA

Master’s Students from Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, Weijie Wang (MDes ‘23), Devika Pillai (MPS ‘22), Matt Muenzer (MPS ‘22), and Youngryun Cho (MDes ‘23), won the Gold Award at the HCII 2022 Conference for their team project, PIA. Only one project from the conference receives a Gold Award. Days after this announcement, their work also received the Notable Interaction Award from Core 77.


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