McCormick

Fall 2013 Magazine

Data as Art

Recent Events

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Creativity and Innovation at Northwestern

On July 11, McCormick and the Northwestern Alumni Association hosted “Creativity and Innovation at Northwestern” at the the Royal Society in London. The cocktail reception brought together alumni from across Northwestern, and Dean Julio M. Ottino gave remarks on a range of new initiatives that bring together students and faculty to develop new ideas. Attendees included:

Cherine and Taher Helmy, parents of Lara Helmy (McC ’06) and Samir Helmy (McC ’15), with Dean OttinoJoseph Liu (WCAS ’00)Mary Johnson (WCAS ’04)Jason Trost (WCAS ‘03) and Dean OttinoAlex Riemer (MMM ’07) and Nathan Freeman (McC ’04)Jason Navarette (McC ’99)Karen Pelham (KSM ’86)



A Celebration of Art and Engineering

More than 30 faculty, alumni, and friends of McCormick gathered September 11 for “A Celebration of Art and Engineering.” The event, hosted by Barry MacLean, president and CEO of MacLean-Fogg Company, celebrated McCormick’s research and education initiatives that intersect both engineering and the arts and humanities, including the Architectural Engineering and Design certificate program and McCormick’s partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago. Guests toured MacLean’s collection of Southeast Asian art and heard faculty presentations from McCormick and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

The event was hosted by Barry MacLean, president and CEO of MacLean-Fogg Company.More than 30 faculty, alumni, and friends of McCormick gathered for the event celebrating McCormick’s research and education initiatives that intersect both engineering and the arts and humanities.Attendees heard faculty presentations from McCormick and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.Dean Ottino (left) and Walter E. Massey, president of the School of the Art Institute of ChicagoGuests toured MacLean’s collection of Southeast Asian art.

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