Carnegie Mellon Engineering


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  • Cagan earns ASME Design Theory and Methodology Award

    Jonathan Cagan, MechE professor, associate dean for strategic initiatives, and co-director of the Integrated Innovation Institute, has received the American Society of Mechanical Engineering’s Design Theory and Methodology Award. Cagan is the second recipient of this honor since the award’s inception in 2012.  Read More
  • ChemE alum takes over as President and CEO of Honeywell UOP

    ChemE alumna Rebecca Liebert has been named President and CEO of Honeywell UOP. Liebert joined Honeywell UOP in 2012 and has since quickly moved upward, now succeeding Rajeev Gautam, who has served as President and CEO since 2009.  Read More
  • Caputo featured in Mt. Lebanon Magazine

    MechE's Josh Caputo was recently featured in Mt. Lebanon Magazine for his development of robotic exoskeleton and prosthetic technologies. Caputo, a graduate of Mt. Lebanon High School, owns Human Motion Technologies, a company built on robotic exoskeletons and prostheses designed to operate with low weight, high torque, and fast mechanical responses.  Read More

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