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  • Tsamitis published in ITSP Magazine

    INI Director Dena Haritos Tsamitis wrote an article for ITSP Magazine about her efforts to create an inclusive culture for every student in the INI and how she inspires INI alumnae to do the same in their workplaces. In the article, Tsamitis discusses Women@INI (WINI), an effort she launched with former faculty member Chenxi Wang in 2005 to help "create a nurturing and inspiring learning environment that promotes and celebrates gender and cultural equality and diversity, both within and beyond the INI." When Tsamitis joined INI as the associate director in 2002, women comprised only 6% of the INI class, but last year, women encompassed 34% of the incoming INI class. 
  • Brumley and ForAllSecure featured in NYT

    ECE/CyLab's David Brumley and his cybersecurity startup ForAllSecure were featured in a New York Times article about cyberdefense. "The number of things automated systems can look at is so vast that it changes the game," Brumley says in the article.  Read More
  • Bettinger research featured in

    MSE/BME's Chris Bettinger and the research team developing vanishing drones and devices for the military and intelligence communities were featured in an article. The team received funding from the DARPA to develop special polymers for single-use parachutes that will disintegrate on demand in response to an electrical trigger.  Read More
  • Wadhwa quotes in Bloomberg on Tesla-SolarCity merger

    CMU-SV's Vivek Wadhwa was quoted in a Bloomberg article on the proposed Tesla-SolarCity merger. Wadhwa, a longtime critic of Tesla's board of directors, suggests the company needs to diversify its boardroom by adding more women and people from foreign markets where Tesla does business.  Read More

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