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Randy Pausch Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams
Randy Pausch Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams
Published: 2007/12/20
Channel: Carnegie Mellon University
Randy Pausch ABC Special about the "Last Lecture", April 2008
Randy Pausch ABC Special about the "Last Lecture", April 2008
Published: 2011/05/02
Channel: Gabriel Robins
Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management
Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management
Published: 2008/02/06
Channel: Carnegie Mellon University
Dr. Randy Pausch - The Last Lecture - From Oprah
Dr. Randy Pausch - The Last Lecture - From Oprah
Published: 2010/07/25
Channel: Chris Smith
What Oprah Learned from Randy Pausch
What Oprah Learned from Randy Pausch's Last Lecture | Oprah's Life Class | Oprah Winfrey Network
Published: 2011/11/09
Channel: OWN
Randy Pausch的最後一堂課
Randy Pausch的最後一堂課
Published: 2012/08/16
Channel: Otakuarmy
Randy Pausch Inspires Graduates
Randy Pausch Inspires Graduates
Published: 2008/05/19
Channel: Carnegie Mellon University
Randy Pausch reprising his "Last Lecture"
Randy Pausch reprising his "Last Lecture"
Published: 2011/05/02
Channel: Gabriel Robins
Randy Pausch last lecture -- edited to 45 for showing in class
Randy Pausch last lecture -- edited to 45 for showing in class
Published: 2012/11/25
Channel: eslucr
Randy Pausch
Randy Pausch's; A Final Farewell
Published: 2008/07/30
Channel: Wall Street Journal
Dying College Professor Gives Inspiring Speech
Dying College Professor Gives Inspiring Speech
Published: 2010/07/24
Channel: JohnNada80
Time Management Randy Pausch 蘭迪·鮑許的時間管理演講 3D
Time Management Randy Pausch 蘭迪·鮑許的時間管理演講 3D
Published: 2011/08/19
Channel: Daizing Lee
The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch Audiobook
The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch Audiobook
Published: 2016/08/16
Channel: Wennaz Moz
Remembering Randy Pausch
Remembering Randy Pausch
Published: 2008/09/25
Channel: Carnegie Mellon University
Randy Cunningham
Randy Cunningham's funeral.
Published: 2015/08/11
Channel: dohu
Finding your life
Finding your life's purpose - Passion
Published: 2014/12/03
Channel: theJourneyofPurpose TJOP
Dr. Randy Pausch | TIME Magazine Interviews  | TIME
Dr. Randy Pausch | TIME Magazine Interviews | TIME
Published: 2008/05/15
Channel: TIME
'Last Lecture' Prof Dies
Published: 2008/07/25
Channel: CBS
Tour of Randy Pausch
Tour of Randy Pausch's Childhood Room
Published: 2011/09/15
Channel: Carnegie Mellon University
Randy Pausch - Interview Highlights - 10 Minutes - Inspirational - Meaningful - The Last Lecture
Randy Pausch - Interview Highlights - 10 Minutes - Inspirational - Meaningful - The Last Lecture
Published: 2010/09/21
Channel: wwwgenesisprojectorg
Randy Pausch   L
Randy Pausch L'ultima lezione
Published: 2015/04/26
Channel: Alessandro Campani
Jai Pausch Public Service Annoucement
Jai Pausch Public Service Annoucement
Published: 2010/02/20
Channel: Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Randy Pausch - La última lección
Randy Pausch - La última lección
Published: 2011/10/07
Channel: tudi0s
Randy Pausch Lecture Time Management
Randy Pausch Lecture Time Management
Published: 2012/11/30
Channel: Thanh Huynh
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L'ultima grande lezione di Randy Pausch con traduzione in italiano
Published: 2013/06/10
Channel: Arcangelo Iannicelli
Randy Pausch: From Eeyore to Tigger
Randy Pausch: From Eeyore to Tigger
Published: 2012/04/15
Channel: lisagoo924
Bài giảng cuối cùng - Randy Pausch (Vietsub)
Bài giảng cuối cùng - Randy Pausch (Vietsub)
Published: 2015/10/06
Channel: Yourich Academy
The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch - Audiobook
The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch - Audiobook
Published: 2016/12/20
Channel: Lee Zimmerman
A ULTIMA AULA Randy Pausch LEGENDADO 1
A ULTIMA AULA Randy Pausch LEGENDADO 1
Published: 2009/04/23
Channel: Claudio Martins Junior
Randy Pausch on Time Management
Randy Pausch on Time Management
Published: 2008/11/12
Channel: RubenB73
Randy Pausch
Randy Pausch's 'Last Lecture'
Published: 2008/07/27
Channel: CBS
RANDY PAUSCH: THE LECTURE ABOUT TIME MANAGEMENT BY RANDY PAUSCH
RANDY PAUSCH: THE LECTURE ABOUT TIME MANAGEMENT BY RANDY PAUSCH
Published: 2014/09/15
Channel: Personal Development Academy
Randy Pausch Last Lecture-- Achieving Your Childhood Dreams (Vietsub)
Randy Pausch Last Lecture-- Achieving Your Childhood Dreams (Vietsub)
Published: 2011/01/11
Channel: Hoàng Gia Đoàn
Randy Pausch - Ostatni wykład: Jak skutecznie spełniać marzenia z dzieciństwa
Randy Pausch - Ostatni wykład: Jak skutecznie spełniać marzenia z dzieciństwa
Published: 2012/06/22
Channel: dziupdziup
Trailer de  La última lección de Randy Pausch subtitulado en castellano
Trailer de La última lección de Randy Pausch subtitulado en castellano
Published: 2008/07/24
Channel: RandyRandom02
Son of
Son of 'Last Lecturer' Takes on Father's Fight
Published: 2010/06/23
Channel: ABC News
THIS BOOK COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! | The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch
THIS BOOK COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE! | The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch
Published: 2015/05/09
Channel: NinkComPoop
Randy Pausch - Last Lecture -  "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams"
Randy Pausch - Last Lecture - "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams"
Published: 2014/04/17
Channel: Pippa Lambert
Concejos para la Vida - Randy Pausch
Concejos para la Vida - Randy Pausch
Published: 2013/03/03
Channel: Moshe Leon
Randy Pausch Cameo StarTrek 2009 (5 sec clip)
Randy Pausch Cameo StarTrek 2009 (5 sec clip)
Published: 2009/10/18
Channel: chucky5p
Randy Pausch Speech to CMU Graduates (with Japanese & English subtitles)
Randy Pausch Speech to CMU Graduates (with Japanese & English subtitles)
Published: 2010/05/04
Channel: M. Kubo
Carnegie Mellon University - Randy Pausch Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams -
Carnegie Mellon University - Randy Pausch Last Lecture: Achieving Your Childhood Dreams -
Published: 2016/05/03
Channel: James Young
Randy Pausch  Football
Randy Pausch Football
Published: 2012/11/07
Channel: Jennifer Ackerman
Prof Randy Pausch Last Lecture Malayalam Audio Part 1
Prof Randy Pausch Last Lecture Malayalam Audio Part 1
Published: 2014/10/17
Channel: K.M. Thomas
La última lección de Randy Pausch
La última lección de Randy Pausch
Published: 2008/07/09
Channel: megustaleer
MAKE THE BEST OUT OF YOUR DAYS - THE LAST LECTURE by Randy Pausch | Animated Book Review & Summary
MAKE THE BEST OUT OF YOUR DAYS - THE LAST LECTURE by Randy Pausch | Animated Book Review & Summary
Published: 2016/07/15
Channel: InsightJunky
Randy Pausch Tigger or Eeyore
Randy Pausch Tigger or Eeyore
Published: 2009/05/21
Channel: John Smulders
Clip from Randy Pausch Last Lecture  Achieving Your Childhood Dreams
Clip from Randy Pausch Last Lecture Achieving Your Childhood Dreams
Published: 2015/11/24
Channel: Chris Delisle
Dying Dr. Randy Pausch Speaks Before Congress
Dying Dr. Randy Pausch Speaks Before Congress
Published: 2010/07/03
Channel: ArchfiendArchive
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Published: 2013/11/24
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Randy Pausch
Born Randolph Frederick Pausch
(1960-10-23)October 23, 1960
Baltimore, Maryland
Died July 25, 2008(2008-07-25) (aged 47)
Chesapeake, Virginia
Pancreatic cancer
Nationality American
Fields Computer science
Human Computer Interaction
Institutions Carnegie Mellon University
University of Virginia
Alma mater Brown University
Carnegie Mellon University
Doctoral advisor Andries van Dam
Known for Creator of Alice software project
Cofounder of CMU's Entertainment Technology Center
Virtual Reality Research with Disney Imagineers
Inspirational speeches regarding life
#1 best-selling book
Battle with cancer
Notable awards Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award
ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education
Award for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education
Fellow of the ACM
Time's Time 100[1]
Spouse Jai Glasgow
Children Dylan Pausch
Logan Pausch
Chloe Pausch

Randolph Frederick "Randy" Pausch[3] (October 23, 1960 – July 25, 2008) was an American professor of computer science, human–computer interaction, and design at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Pausch learned that he had pancreatic cancer in September 2006, and in August 2007, he was given a terminal diagnosis: "3 to 6 months of good health left". He gave an upbeat lecture titled "The Last Lecture: Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams" on September 18, 2007, at Carnegie Mellon, which became a popular YouTube video and led to other media appearances. He then co-authored a book called The Last Lecture on the same theme, which became a New York Times best-seller.

Pausch died of complications from pancreatic cancer on July 25, 2008.

Early life[edit]

Pausch was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in Columbia, Maryland.[3] After graduating from Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, Pausch received his bachelor's degree in computer science from Brown University in May 1982 and his Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University in August 1988.[4][not in citation given] While completing his doctoral studies, Pausch was briefly employed at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center and Adobe Systems.[5]

Computer science career[edit]

Pausch was an assistant and associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia's School of Engineering and Applied Science from 1988 until 1997. While there, he completed sabbaticals at Walt Disney Imagineering and Electronic Arts (EA). In 1997, Pausch became Associate Professor of Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction, and Design at Carnegie Mellon University. In 1998, he was a co-founder, along with Don Marinelli, of CMU's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC), and he started the Building Virtual Worlds[6] course at CMU, which he taught for 10 years. He consulted with Google on user interface design and also consulted with PARC, Imagineering, and Media Metrix.[5] Pausch is also the founder of the Alice software project.[7] He received the National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator Award and was a Lilly Foundation Teaching Fellow.[8] Pausch was the author or co-author of five books and over 70 articles.

Pausch received two awards from ACM in 2007 for his achievements in computing education: the Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award and the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education Award for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education.[9] He was also inducted as a Fellow of the ACM in 2007.

Cancer and death[edit]

Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer[10][11] and underwent a Whipple procedure (pancreaticoduodenectomy) on September 19, 2006, in an unsuccessful attempt to halt the disease.[12] He was told in August 2007 to expect a remaining three to six months of good health. He soon moved his family to Chesapeake, Virginia, a suburb of Norfolk, to be close to his wife's family. On March 13, 2008, Pausch advocated for greater federal funding for pancreatic cancer before the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies.[13] In the week prior to this, he had been hospitalized in order to have needle aspiration of pleural effusion in his right lung.[14]

On May 2, 2008, a positron emission tomography (PET) scan showed that he had very tiny (5 millimetres (0.20 in) or less) metastases in his lungs and in some of the lymph nodes in his chest. He also had metastases in his peritoneal and retroperitoneal cavities. On June 26, 2008, Pausch indicated that he was considering stopping further chemotherapy because of the potential adverse side effects. He was, however, considering some immuno-therapy-based approaches.[15] On July 24, on behalf of Pausch, a friend anonymously posted a message on Pausch's webpage stating that a biopsy had indicated that the cancer had progressed farther than had been indicated by recent PET scans and that Pausch had "taken a step down" and was "much sicker than he had been". The friend also stated that Pausch had then enrolled in a hospice program designed to provide palliative care to those at the end of life.[15]

Pausch died from pancreatic cancer at his family's home in Chesapeake, Virginia on July 25, 2008, at the age of 47. He is survived by his wife, Jai, and their three children, Dylan, Logan, and Chloe.[16]

"Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams"[edit]

Pausch delivered his "Last Lecture", titled "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams", at CMU on September 18, 2007.[17] He gave an abridged version of his speech on The Oprah Winfrey Show in October 2007.[18][19] The talk was modeled after an ongoing series of lectures where top academics are asked to think deeply about what matters to them, and then give a hypothetical "final talk", with a topic such as "what wisdom would you try to impart to the world if you knew it was your last chance?" Before speaking, Pausch received a long standing ovation from a large crowd of over 400 colleagues and students. When he motioned them to sit down, saying, "Make me earn it", someone in the audience shouted back, "You did!"[10][20]

During the lecture, Pausch offered inspirational life lessons, and performed push-ups on stage. He also commented on the irony that the "Last Lecture" series had recently been renamed as "Journeys", saying, "I thought, damn, I finally nailed the venue and they renamed it."[16] After Pausch finished his lecture, Steve Seabolt, on behalf of Electronic Arts—which is now collaborating with CMU in the development of Alice 3.0[21]—pledged to honor Pausch by creating a memorial scholarship for women in computer science, in recognition of Pausch's support and mentoring of women in CS and engineering.[10]

CMU president Jared Cohon spoke emotionally of Pausch's humanity and called his contributions to the university and to education "remarkable and stunning".[22] He then announced that CMU will celebrate Pausch's impact on the world by building and naming after Pausch a raised pedestrian bridge[23] to connect CMU's new Computer Science building and the Center for the Arts, symbolizing the way Pausch linked those two disciplines. Brown University professor Andries van Dam followed Pausch's last lecture with a tearful and impassioned speech praising him for his courage and leadership, calling him a role model.[22][24][25]

The Randy Pausch Memorial Footbridge was dedicated on October 30, 2009, with Jai, Dylan, Logan, and Chloe Pausch cutting the ribbon.

The Last Lecture[edit]

The Disney-owned publisher Hyperion paid $6.7 million for the rights to publish a book about Pausch called The Last Lecture, co-authored by Pausch and Wall Street Journal reporter Jeffrey Zaslow.[26] The book became a New York Times best-seller on April 28, 2008.[27] The Last Lecture expands on Pausch's speech. The book's first printing had 400,000 copies, and it has been translated into 46 languages. It has spent more than 85 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, and there are now more than 4.5 million copies in print in the U.S. alone. Despite speculation that the book would be made into a movie, Pausch had denied these rumors, stating that "there's a reason to do the book, but if it's telling the story of the lecture in the medium of film, we already have that."[28]

Media coverage[edit]

Pausch was named "Person of the Week" on ABC's World News with Charles Gibson on September 21, 2007.[29] His "Last Lecture" attracted wide attention from the international media,[30] became an Internet hit, and was viewed over a million times in the first month after its delivery.[31] On October 22, 2007, Pausch appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show where he discussed his situation and summarized his "Last Lecture".[19] On October 6, 2007, Pausch joined the Pittsburgh Steelers for the day during their regular practice, after the organization learned that one of his childhood dreams mentioned in his "Last Lecture" was to play in the NFL.[32] On April 9, 2008, the ABC network aired an hour-long Diane Sawyer feature on Pausch titled "The Last Lecture: A Love Story For Your Life".[33][34] On July 29, 2008, ABC aired a follow-up to the Last Lecture special, remembering Pausch and his famous lecture.[35]

Other lectures and appearances[edit]

Pausch gave a lecture about time management[36] on November 27, 2007 at the University of Virginia, to an audience of over 850 people.[37] In March 2008, Pausch appeared in a public service announcement video[38] and testified before Congress in support of cancer research.[39] On May 18, 2008, Pausch made a surprise return appearance at Carnegie Mellon, giving a speech at the commencement ceremony,[40] as well as attending the School of Computer Science's diploma ceremony,[41] and on May 19 Pausch appeared on the show Good Morning America.[42] His lecture, "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams", was nominated at the 2007 YouTube Video Awards.[43][44]

A devoted Star Trek fan, Pausch was invited by film director J. J. Abrams to film a role in Star Trek. Abrams heard of Pausch's condition and sent a personal e-mail inviting Pausch to the set. Pausch accepted and traveled to Los Angeles, California to shoot his scene. In addition to appearing in the film, he also has a line of dialogue at the beginning of the film ("Captain, we have visual.") and donated the $217.06 paycheck to charity.[45][46]

Honors[edit]

  • The Pittsburgh City Council declared November 19, 2007 to be "Dr. Randy Pausch Day".[47]
  • In May 2008, Pausch was listed by Time as one of the World's Top-100 Most Influential People.[1]
  • Randy was named Pittsburgher of the Year 2008.[48]
  • On May 30, 2008, Randy received a letter from then President George W. Bush thanking him for his commitment to the Nation's youth.[49]
  • On February 4, 2009, The Walt Disney Company dedicated a tribute plaque at Walt Disney World near the "Mad Tea Party" attraction with a quote by Randy that reads "Be good at something; It makes you valuable ... Have something to bring to the table, because that will make you more welcome."[50]
  • The Walt Disney Company also created the Disney Memorial Pausch Fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University, which will support two graduate students.[51]
  • Per Jared Cohon's announcement on the day of the Last Lecture, a raised pedestrian bridge at CMU that connects the Gates Computer Science building and the Purnell Center for the Arts is named after Pausch, symbolizing the way he linked the two disciplines.[23]

Other publications[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "In Memoriam: Randy Pausch, Unitarian Universalist, Author of "The Last Lecture"". Retrieved 2009-01-05. The family was active with the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh. 
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