Graduate Seminar Series

September 01, 2023

12:00 p.m. ET

Scaife Hall 105

sdwolf.pngSandra DeVincent Wolf, Carnegie Mellon University 

Sandra DeVincent Wolf is the executive director of the CMU Manufacturing Futures Institute where she works to identify, connect, leverage, and accelerate research in manufacturing across campus and with industry and government partners to support innovation that will accelerate the path of discovery to commercialization to increase US competitiveness and drive economic development in the Pittsburgh region. She is additionally the executive director of the CMU NextManufacturing Center for additive manufacturing research where she leads the activities and partnerships of the center and its consortium. Wolf originally joined the College of Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in 2015 as Director of Research Partnerships, responsible for facilitating research partnerships and the growth of new initiatives, centers and institutes, and industrial consortia. She continues to lead partnership growth in support of manufacturing at CMU.

Prior to joining CMU, Wolf spent 15 years in research, development, engineering, and management in advanced materials and manufacturing working in national laboratories, a start-up manufacturing company and large corporations. Her technical work experience was followed by over 10 years in executive management of nonprofits where she was responsible for leading initiatives from conception through implementation and assessment, internal and external communications, strategic planning and operational implementation, program management, corporate and government relations, education and outreach, and staff/volunteer engagement and development. 

Upcoming Events

  • December 6 2023

    3:00 PM ET

    Materials Science and Engineering

    Ph.D. Thesis Defense

    Chemo-Mechanical Interactions to Improve Intestinal Retention of Ingestible Medical Devices, presented by Durva Naik

    2327 Wean Hall

  • December 8 2023

    12:00 PM ET

    Materials Science and Engineering

    Graduate Student Seminar

    Unraveling the governing factors for cholesteric liquid crystal self-assembly of polysaccharides presented by CĂ©cile A. C. Chazot, Northwestern University

    Scaife Hall 105

  • December 8 2023

    1:00 PM ET

    Materials Science and Engineering

    Ph.D. Thesis Defense

    Cylindrical Grain Boundary Motion in the Isoconfigurational Ensemble, presented by Anqi Qiu

    2327 Wean Hall

  • December 12 2023

    9:00 AM ET

    Materials Science and Engineering

    Ph.D. Program Information Session

    Join us for a virtual discussion about becoming part of the Materials Science and Engineering graduate student community.

    Zoom link to be shared upon registration

  • December 12 2023

    2:00 PM ET

    Materials Science and Engineering

    Ph.D. Thesis Defense

    Ingestible Electronics for Diagnostics and Therapy, presented by Gaurav Balakrishnan

    Scott Hall 6142

  • December 13 2023

    9:00 AM ET

    Materials Science and Engineering

    Masters Program Information Session

    Join us for a virtual discussion about becoming part of the Materials Science and Engineering graduate student community.

    Zoom link to be shared upon registration