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January 15, 2002
The Regina Gouger Miller Gallery presents: "Plenty". More...

January 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Baritones Hit a High Note at PCS Competition. More...

December 5, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Call For Energy Restructuring Despite Collapse of Enron Corp. More...

December 4, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Heinz School Dean To Discuss Role of Cyber Terrorism in America's New War. More...

November 30, 2001
Carnegie Mellon and AT&T Host Robotics Tournament. More...

November 30, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create New Protocol For Wastewater Plants. More...

November 27, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Is Selected To Educate Pittsburgh's First O'Reilly Foundation Scholar. More...

November 20, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Launches System to Rate IT-Enabled Outsourcing Service Providers With Support from Satyam Computer Services, Ltd., Accenture and Others. More...

November 19, 2001
Regional Leaders Unite Behind Pittsburgh BioVenture/Life Sciences Greenhouse Plan. More...

November 14, 2001
Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture Bestowed Bentley Sponsorship. More...

November 13, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Gives Nod to the Bard. More...

October 31, 2001
3 Rivers - 2nd Nature Hosts "It's My River". More...

October 31, 2001
Carnegie Mellon's Heinz School Appoints New Entrepreneurial Leader for Software Industry Center. More...

October 29, 2001
University Researchers in Pittsburgh Among Those Sharing $10 Million NSF Grant to Develop National Virtual Observatory. More...

Oct. 22, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive New Matching Funds To Enhance Computer Data Storage. More...

Oct. 22, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Pen New Book, Create Industry Consortium. More...

Oct. 22, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Professors Debate How Using Innovation Can Jump-Start the Economy More...

Oct. 12, 2001
Carnegie Mellon, Carnegie Museums Awarded State Funding For New Panther Hollow Research Incubator on Carnegie Mellon Campus. More...

Oct. 12, 2001
"Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America," Roundtable Discussion at Carnegie Mellon University. More...

Oct. 10, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Chemistry Professor Krzysztof Matyjaszewski Receives Honors from the American Chemical Society. More...

October 3, 2001
Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Visiting Writers Series To Feature Lisa D. Chavez at 8 p.m., Nov. 8, 2001. More...

October 3, 2001
Carnegie Mellon joins the Washington D.C.­based AEI­Brookings Joint center on Regulatory Affairs to host an invitation only brainstorming series for leading policy makers and technologists about shaping the national strategy for cybersecurity. More...

September 25, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive More Than $24 Million In Grants from National Science Foundation's ITR Initiative. More...

September 21, 2001
Nicholas Christopher, Contemporary Poet and Fantasy Novelist, Slated For Carnegie Mellon Adamson Writers Series Nov. 1. More...

August 13, 2001
The Medium and the Message: Eyes and Ears Understand Differently Carnegie Mellon Scientists Report in the Journal Human Brain Mapping. More...

August 10, 2001
Carnegie Mellon University will graduate its first summer class of minority scholars in a program designed to entice more diversity in the fields of math, science and engineering. More...

August 6, 2001
Carnegie Mellon will showcase a new colony of modular robots designed to map and explore uncharted areas to Lalit Mansingh. More...

July 26, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Brain Study Provides Conclusive Evidence that Cell Phones Distract Visual Perception and Communication for Drivers. More...

July 25, 2001
Richard D. McCullough, Noted Chemist and Professor, To Become Dean of Carnegie Mellon University's Mellon College of Science. More...

July 24, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Work To Create A New Version of Genome Project. More...

July 23, 2001
July Media Tips More...

July 22, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create Institute To Make Electricity Industry Reliable, Competitive. More...

July 20, 2001
RoboCup 2001, A Major International Event Featuring Autonomous Soccer-Playing and Rescue Robots, Makes U.S. Debut in Seattle, Aug. 2-10. More...

July 9, 2001
EPA Policy Maker Set To Tour Carnegie Mellon Air Monitoring Station. More...

July 1, 2001
Carnegie Mellon¹s Solar Powered Robot Demonstrates Concept That Could Lead to Long-Term Exploration of Planets and Moons . More...

June 26, 2001
Carnegie Mellon InfoLink Program Taps Inner City Teens to Help Build New Software. More...

June 25, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Robot Will Test New Concept for Continuous Solar-Powered Exploration in Canadian Arctic. More...

June 19, 2001
Carnegie Mellon University Robot Will Demonstrate Concept For Continuous Solar-Powered Exploration of Planets and Moons. More...

June 13, 2001
Yahoo! Internet Life Names Vivisimo Search Engine Developed at Carnegie Mellon The Best New Search Service on the Web. More...

June 11, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researcher Coordinates Efforts To Improve Science and Technology Advice for Congressional Leaders. More...

May 24, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Astrophysics Team Report Evidence of Acoustic Oscillations in the Matter Distribution of the Universe in Science. More...

May 21, 2001
Language Technologies Experts to Gather at Carnegie Mellon for Meeting Of North American Chapter of Association for Computational Linguistics. More...

May 17, 200
Language Technologies Experts to Gather at Carnegie Mellon for Meeting of North American Chapter of Association for Computational Linguistics. More...

May 2, 2001
High Dependability Computing Consortium Created by Carnegie Mellon and NASA Will Host a Two-Day Workshop on "Dependability in Real Life," May 7-8. More...

April 25, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Opera Theater Performs Rare Mozart Opera. More...

April 24, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Researchers are Developing a New Molecular Template for Drug Makers. More...

April 12, 2001
Multi-Dimensional Writer Jim Harrison is Speaker for Carnegie Mellon Annual Adamson Writing Awards. More...

April 9, 2001
"The Baker's Wife" is Drama's Largest Physical Production. More...

April 6, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Receives $1.8 Million from Sloan Foundation to Start Software Center. More...

April 5, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Institute for Complex Systems Creates New Technologies for 21st Century Economy. More...

March 30, 2001
Carnegie Mellon to Host Forum on Making Computer Science More Attractive to Women. More...

March 29, 2001
Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science Continues to Defy Trends by Attracting and Retaining More and More Women in its Undergraduate Program. More...

March 23, 2001
National Best-Selling Author and Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. Manil Suri to Read from "The Death of Vishnu" on April 20. More...

March 22, 2001
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Researcher Alexander Pines to Receive Dickson Prize in Science from Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 22, 2001
Matter Versus Anti-Matter Debated for 2001 Buhl Lecture at Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 8, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Awarded $19.4 Million to Lead Consortium on Semiconductor Research. More...

March 6, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Researcher Named to STMicroelectronics Professorship. More...

February 23, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Students Dedicate Conference to the Memory of Nobel Laureate Herbert a. Simon More...

February 06, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Drama Presents "Lost in a Mirror." More...

February 02, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Professor Writes Book About Federal Reserve System's Role and Development. More...

February 01, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Provides E-Commerce Tutorial for 15 National Press Foundation Journalists. More...

January 26, 2001
Carnegie Mellon Professor's Unique New Vision Technology Will Be Used to Present Play Backs in Super Bowl XXXV. More...

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