Craig M. Vogel, FIDSA
IDSA President: 1997-1998
Craig Vogel earned an undergraduate degree in psychology at the Marist College and a Master of Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. He has held teaching positions at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; the Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology; and the School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand). He has lectured on design history and design theory at universities in America and the Far East.
Vogel is a Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University. He has a courtesy appointment in the Biomedical Engineering Department and teaches an integrated new product development course with faculty in business in engineering.
Professor Vogel is a fellow and past president elect of the Industrial Designers Society of America. He was on the planning committee for the international exhibit Aluminum by Design and authored a chapter in the book by the same name. He is co-author of the book Creating Breakthrough Products with Jonathan Cagan a professor in engineering at Carnegie Mellon. Cagan and Vogel are involved in research, program planning and consulting. They work together and independently with a variety of companies that include Ford Motor Company, GM, Whirlpool, New Balance, Alcoa, Motorola and Respironics.