Pittsburgh in Focus at National Engineering Forum

The National Engineering Forum (NEF) is in Pittsburgh today to celebrate the city’s engineering leadership and foster actionable discussions on sustaining America’s engineering enterprise. Partnering with NEF, Carnegie Mellon University Dean of the College of Engineering and Thomas Lord Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering James H. Garrett Jr. and US Steel Dean of Engineering and Professor of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Gerald D. Holder, are bringing together executives from industry, academia, government and other sectors to participate in an outcome-oriented dialogue on the challenges facing American engineering.