Wolf elected to America Makes Executive Committee
The Dean’s Office’s Sandra DeVincent Wolf was recently elected to the America Makes Executive Committee, the main advisory group of the institute that focuses on strategy, policy, and advocacy. Wolf is one of two representatives from academia, of eight total representatives on the committee elected from the membership community.
Wolf on KDKA
Opening of Mill 19 at Hazelwood Green covered in the media
NEXTpittsburgh, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, CBS Pittsburgh (KDKA)
Mill 19, a new research and development hub, officially opened on September 4. Currently housing Carnegie Mellon’s Manufacturing Futures Initiative (MFI) and the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute, the building is designed to be a place for open collaboration on manufacturing. The opening was covered by multiple local news sources, including NEXTpittsburgh, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and CBS Pittsburgh (KDKA). “We wanted to make this different—a special place where we can attract more students,” said ECE/BME professor and faculty director of MFI Gary Fedder to NEXTpittsburgh. Executive Director of MFI Sandra DeVincent Wolf also appeared in an interview on KDKA.
Beuth talks additive manufacturing best practices
MechE and the Next Manufacturing Center’s Jack Beuth spoke with ASME Essentials about best practices in additive manufacturing, such as how, “if you simply print out an existing design on an additive machine, it’s almost never cost-effective. You have to design that component to exploit the capabilities of additive manufacturing.”
Wolf, director of research partnerships in the College of Engineering, serves as the executive director of CMU's Next Manufacturing Center (NextM), as well as the executive director of the Manufacturing Futures Initiative (MFI). “Sandra DeVincent Wolf is building bridges, and connecting faculty expertise with industry needs to advance Carnegie Mellon research and the future of manufacturing,” writes Bruce Gerson.
Mill 19 named finalist for 7th Annual Placemaking Awards for Excellence
Regional Industrial Development Corporation
The Urban Land Institute Pittsburgh (ULI) has chosen Mill 19 at Hazelwood Green to be a finalist for their 7th Annual Placemaking Awards for Excellence. ULI explains the award is "Pittsburgh’s annual opportunity to formally recognize outstanding projects, achievements, and leaders in our city who are committed to the creation and celebration of place."