Integrated Innovation Institute

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Integrated Innovation Institute
Established 2014
Director Eric Anderson, Peter Boatwright, Jonathan Cagan
Address 4612 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Campus Urban
Affiliations Carnegie Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
Website http://www.cmu.edu/integrated-innovation/

The Integrated Innovation Institute was founded in 2014 at Carnegie Mellon University.[1] The institute is a joint initiative of the College of Engineering, the College of Fine Arts and the Tepper School of Business.[2]

Degrees[edit]

The Integrated Innovation Institute offers several professional master's degrees:

Directors and Faculty[edit]

The faculty of the Integrated Innovation Institute are drawn from a variety of departments at Carnegie Mellon University.

Directors and Founders[edit]

Executive in Residence[edit]

Faculty[edit]

Social Innovation[edit]

In addition to industry-sponsored projects, the Integrated Innovation Institute has chartered projects that aim to solve social issues. In spring 2014, two course project teams applied the integrated product development process to solve the problem of sexual assault.[3][4][5] In spring 2015, Integrated Innovation Institute students produced a prototype cold-weather homeless shelter as part Carnegie Mellon's Impact-a-Thon competition.[6]

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