Sophomores from Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design were recently featured at the Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD9) Symposium. The students took part in the Gigamap Exhibition with systems maps that were developed in the School of Designs’ Systems Thinking course.
A few weeks ago as part of their Photography class, freshman design students from Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design were given a sealed box with a random object and asked to make interesting photographs using it. Normally, this project would take students and their objects across campus, their dorms, their studios and out into the greater Pittsburgh area, but then the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic struck a week after they were handed their objects for this project.
On January 16, a team of students from Carnegie Mellon University took part in MIT Media Lab’s Mixed Reality Hackathon. MIT Reality Hack is a 5 day event held every January that comprises of thought leaders, brand mentors and creators, participants, students, and technology lovers to come together and attend tech workshops, talks, discussions, fireside chats, collaborations, hacking, and more.