Deanna Matthews is an associate teaching professor and the associate department head for undergraduate affairs in Engineering and Public Policy. She was also a research associate for the Green Design Institute in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering from 2001 to 2010. She has been a graduate programs associate at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence since 2004. She received her M.S. (1995) and Ph.D. (2001) degrees in civil and environmental engineering from CMU, and her B.S.E. in civil engineering (1994) from Duke University.
2001 Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
1995 MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
1994 B.Sc., Civil Engineering, Duke University
Professorships and fellowships
Congratulations to the CIT faculty members who were recently awarded fellowships and professorships.
Eight engineering faculty members receive CIT Faculty Awards
Eight engineering faculty members recently received CIT Faculty Awards for their outstanding contribution to the College of Engineering.
Dean’s Early Career Fellows
Four distinguished young faculty have been awarded the 2017 Dean’s Early Career Fellowships for groundbreaking work in their fields.
The initiatives underway in the College’s departments embody the value we place on progress. Here are some of our current projects and prides.