School of Design Alumna Co-Authors Book on Visualizing Financial Data

Julie Rodriguez, an Alumna of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design (Industrial Design ’99), has recently co-authored a new book on data visualizations with a focus on finance and business. Rodriguez’s book, Visualizing Financial Data, provides a fresh take on data visualizations with an extensive set of case studies that contrast traditional uses of charts with alternatives that provide more effective representations of the data to produce greater insights.

Capital One event “People + Money” analyzes our relationship with money

The Tartan, Carnegie Mellon University's student-run newspaper, recently covered the "People & Money" event hosted by Capital One on campus. The event focused on “rethinking our relationship with money,” and featured three talks by Capital One representatives, including Molly Johnson, a Design Alumna.

Alumna Betsy Schulz on Art and Community

Betsy Schulz works on projects that are big - not just in scale, but also in terms of the number of people that collaborate to bring those projects to life. Trained at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, Schulz creates art that is incorporated into both the physical and social landscape.

Design Alumnus Celebrates 100 Years of the Coke Bottle

Burton Morris is best known for his bold, graphic pop art depictions of various modern icons. Starting November 20th, Morris’ latest project portrays one of the most recognizable images of American pop culture – the Coke Bottle.


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