Carnegie Mellon University

Nancy Mead honored by SEI

We are honored to announce that Dr. Nancy Mead, Principal Researcher at CERT Secure Software and Systems and Adjunct Professor of Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon, was recently selected as the newest SEI Fellow by the Software Engineering Institute.  As one of the highest honors that the SEI bestows, SEI Fellows provide leadership and counsel to the Institute in support of its continued success.

Currently a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) and the IEEE Computer Society, as well as a Distinguished Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Nancy has made significant contributions to the field of software engineering.   In addition to her ongoing work with CERT’s Survivability Systems Analysis to better assess survivability properties in systems, she recently developed an elective course in software assurance for the Master of Software Engineering programs.  She generously shares her expertise both in the classroom and has been a highly- valued member of the MSE community.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Nancy Mead on this well-deserved accomplishment.