Carnegie Mellon Has A New Innovation Degree--And a Hot Conference.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on October 6, 2006

CMU has E&TIM. Let me translate. Carnegie Mellon University will offer, starting Jan. 07, a one-year interdisciplinary master of science degree in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management that will be taught by profs and researchers in Engineering and Public Policy, the B-School and the Department of Social and Decision Sciences. It’s a one year program out of the Engineering School.

On Oct. 11, CMU is putting on a panel on how innovation drives growth that includes Mark Harshman, director of R&D at Siemens, Lisa Roudabush, a general manager at US Steel, Anuj Dhanda, chief information officer at PNC Bank, Bar Samardzich, vp of powertrain development at Ford and others. If you’re in Pittsburgh, this is a place to stop by and learn.

Reader Comments

Roger von Oech

October 8, 2006 8:39 PM

Hi Bruce:

Great work you've been doing at Business Week!

Thanks for the heads up on all of the upcoming Innovation conferences.


This week marks the 25th anniversary of the first "Innovation In Industry" conference I created and produced in Palo Alto in 1981. It featured many innovative speakers such as Steve Jobs, Nolan Bushnell, Bob Metcalfe, Ed Catmull, Regis McKenna, and Gene Kleiner.

To see what's changed (and what hasn't) in the Innovation conference business, check out my recent post: http://creativethink.typepad.com/creative_think/2006/10/innovation_in_i.html


Best wishes to you!

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