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January 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon and NASA Agree on Long-Term Lease For Rental of Space in Historic Buildings at Moffett Field. More...

January 6, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Appoints Stefano Falconi as Chief Financial Officer. More...

December 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Art and Technology Students Exhibit Telepresence Projects on Dec. 12. More...

December 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Founders' Day at West Coast Campus to Honor Silicon Valley Leaders Who Have Given Their Support. More...

December 4, 2002
Older Pittsburghers Benefit from Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students' Prototype Products. More...

December 4, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students to Develop New Web Site to Help Tissue Engineering Companies Streamline FDA Applications. More...

December 3, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Language Technologies Experts Will Use $650,000 NSF Grant To Make Port Authority's Phone-Based Information More Accessible to Elderly. More...

December 3, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Announces New Integrated Engineering Program Culminating in an MBA Degree. More...

December 2, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Contribute High Tech Tools to Area Nonprofits. More...

November 18, 2002
Campus Police Department Coordinates Crime Information Network Among City Colleges, Universities. More...

November 18, 2002
New York City Filmmaker Is Speaker for Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Writers Series. More...

November 14, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Bring Top-Notch Computing Skills To Homeless Children in Shelters, Easing the Digital Divide. More...

November 14, 2002
Final Fridays: Carnegie Mellon's November 22 Cabaret Offering Celebrates Coffee as an Inspiration!. More...

November 12, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create Monitors To Reduce Maintenance Cost of Respirator Masks. More...

November 8, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Cuarteto Latinoamericano and Soprano Lilly Abreu Perform Concert of Brazilian Music. More...

November 7, 2002
Carnegie Mellon MBA Students Win International Operations Management Case Competition. More...

November 5, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Build Robots to Find School Officials in a Mock Search and Rescue Drill. More...

November 5, 2002
India's National Quality Assurance Support Program, STQC, Joins Carnegie Mellon's Information Technology Services Qualification Center. More...

November 4, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Center for Arts Management and Technology Announces Creation of Arts and Culture Observatory. More...

November 4, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Center for Arts Management and Technology Selects Participants for Web Database Project. More...

November 1, 2002
Entertainment Lawyer to Discuss Business of Music for Carnegie Mellon Lecture Series. More...

November 1, 2002
Lawrence Kramer Discusses the Role of Classical Music on Nov. 14 at Carnegie Mellon. More...

November 1, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Classes Assist Family Services of Western Pennsylvania. More...

October 29, 2002
Google, Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt to Present Verizon Foundation Distinguished Lecture. More...

October 28, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Dedicates Gailliot Center for Public Policy. More...

October 25, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Assist Lebanese Developers in Remake of Mediterranean Waterfront. More...

October 23, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Announces Lecture Linking Nanotechnology Research To Homeland Security Opportunities. More...

October 22, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Student Wins MTV Contest. More...

October 22, 2002
Microscopist Harry Alden to Discuss Plant Material From Lewis and Clark Expedition at Carnegie Mellon Nov. 21. More...

October 22, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Awarded $1.9 Million Hewlett Foundation Grant to Initiate New Web-based Courses. More...

October 22, 2002
Ethics and Genetics Discussions, Panels. More...

October 21, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Business School Again Offers Popular Entrepreneurial Management Program. More...

October 17, 2002
National Book Award Nominee, Carnegie Mellon Professor Devra Davis to Give Lecture about Pivotal Environmental Events. More...

October 16, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Chemical Engineering Students Host Nobel Scientist Known for Ozone Depletion Research. More...

October 15, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Enhances International Presence in Software Engineering. More...

October 14, 2002
Human-Computer Interaction Experts to Gather as Carnegie Mellon Hosts First IEEE International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces. More...

October 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers to Demonstrate New Security Devices Designed to Detect Intruders. More...

October 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Students Demonstrate Asthma Device to Olympian. More...

October 8, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find New Materials to Reduce A Variety of Dangerous Carbon Dioxide Emissions. More...

October 7, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's New Security Center To Receive $35.5 Million in Government Funding. More...

October 7, 2002
Hillary Clinton Campaign Reporter Shares Stories From The Road. More...

October 3, 2002
Carnegie Mellon to Showcase Innovative New Technology for Live Internet Broadcasts. More...

September 27, 2002
NSF Awards $9 Million to Researchers Using Language Technology Tools To Better Understand the Structure and Function of Proteins in Human Cells. More...

September 27, 2002
Multi Emmy Award-Winning Producer-Director Gary Smith to Speak with Carnegie Mellon Drama Students and Receive Alumni Award,
Oct. 4. More...

September 27, 2002
Writer, Off-Broadway Actor and Dot-com Survivor Shares Time @ Amazon.com. More...

September 27, 2002
Sir Thomas Harris to Present Verizon Foundation Distinguished Lecture. More...

September 20, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Data Storage Center Increases Global Reach By Adding Electronics Giants Sony and Sharp to Research Mix. More...

September 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Team Wins $2.1 Million to Build Online Forum for Citizen Deliberation. More...

September 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute Hosts TIDE Conference for Small Manufacturers. More...

September 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Business School Offers Program on Commercializing Technology and Biotechnology. More...

September 18, 2002
Peace Corps Poet to Present at Adamson Writers Series. More...

September 17, 2002
September's Cabaret (Friday, September 27) celebrates the music of Jacques Brel. More...

September 16, 2002
Carnegie Mellon to Showcase Medical Robotic Research at Biomedical Engineering Forum. More...

September 13, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University Moves to 21st in U.S. News & World Report Annual Survey. More...

September 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Leonardo Balada to Present World Premiere in Spain. More...

September 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Creates Biomedical Engineering Department To Meet Demands of a Growing Biotechnology Industry. More...

September 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon MBA Ranked No. 3 Worldwide by Wall Street Journal. More...

September 6, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Rick McCullough Receives Award from American Chemical Society. More...

September 4, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Engineering Department To Host Dow Chemical Co. Research Expert. More...

August 28, 2002
Backgrounder: Carnegie Mellon Draws on Unique Mapping Technologies, Students to Develop Prototype Robot to Map Hazards of Abandoned Mines. More...

August 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon to Host 9/11 Media Panel Featuring National and Local Journalists. More...

August 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Establishes Partnerships with Italian Programs For Heritage Site Restoration and Development Initiative. More...

August 16, 2002
InSITeS Presents "Prospects for Electronic Democracy," Scheduled for September 20-21 at Carnegie Mellon. More...

August 8, 2002
Carnegie Mellon and Kids Classical Academy Host Global Village of Hope Event August 16. More...

August 6, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Arts Organizations Sponsor Series of 9-11 Anniversary Events. More...

August 1, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University Announces Appointment of Mary Jo Dively as General Counsel. More...

July 31, 2002
Socially Adept Robot to Participate in AAAI's Annual Mobile Robot Challenge. More...

July 30, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Team Builds Solar-Powered House for National Contest in Washington, D.C. More...

July 29, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University and nine other leading technical schools in Europe and the United States have released a survey that identifies key features of successful engineering education. More...

July 24, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Jill Watson Festival Across the Arts Features Lectures, Performances, Workshops and Exhibits. More...

July 23, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Educating Information-Security Experts with Historically Black Colleges and Hispanic-Serving Institutions. More...

July 22, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Receives $5.5 Million Award from DARPA To Build and Test a Robotic Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle. More...

July 17, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Showcase A New Race Car At The Vintage Grand Prix. More...

July 17, 2002
ArtGarden Celebration Hosted by Carnegie Mellon
Persephone Project Set for July 21 at Frank Curto Park. More...

July 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Museum Newspaper Display of September 11 Terrorist Attacks. More...

July 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Drama Presents Summer New Plays Reading Series. More...

July 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Helps Mon Valley Students Explore Technology Career Opportunities. More...

July 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University Receives $2.2 Million from Howard Hughes Medical Institute. More...

July 2, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University, Dickinson College Partner on Project to Develop Cancer Categorization. More...

June 28, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Jeffrey Hollinger Named Associate Director For Web-Based Research at Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative. More...

June 25, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Collaborates with NASA to Offer High School Students a Summer Course in Robotics at Its West Coast Campus. More...

June 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Win Disney Trip for Design Excellence. More...

June 18, 2002
Mount Lebanon's Marty Vander Velde Joins Carnegie Mellon Innovation Transfer Center. More...

June 17, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Open New Center for Computer and Communications Security. More...

June 13, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Business School's "I Have a Dream Program" Comes to an End "Dreamers" and volunteers scheduled to celebrate. More...

June 12, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University President Jared L. Cohon Appointed to National Homeland Security Advisory Council. More...

June 12, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Wasserman Awarded Statistical Society of Canada Prize. More...

June 7, 2002
Carnegie Mellon University Announces Adamson Writers Series for Fall 2002 and Spring 2003. More...

May 29, 2002
ISTPA Releases a Framework to Protect Privacy, Joins with Carnegie Mellon Experts To Enhance the Privacy Framework and to Develop a Digital Privacy Handbook. More...

May 21, 2002
FTC Commissioner Mozelle Thompson and Corporate Infotech Experts To Make Presentations at Carnegie Mellon Privacy and Security Workshop. More...

May 20, 2002
University President Jared L. Cohon is Reappointed for a Second Five-Year Term. More...

May 20, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Forms Groundbreaking Consortium To Lead Development of "Sustainable Computing." More...

May 15, 2002
Howie Choset Named One Of The World's Top Young Innovators- By Technology Review, MIT's Magazine of Innovation More...

May 14, 2002
Renowned Advocate of Women in Technology to Participate in Panel At Carnegie Mellon On the Future of Women in Technology Fields. More...

May 14, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Carnegie Symposium June 7-9 To Address Child Cognition And Category Development. More...

May 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Design A Pioneering Teaching Tool to Educate Children about Asthma. More...

May 9, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Computing Expert Manuel Blum Is Elected to the National Academy of Sciences. More...

May 7, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Bothner-By Wins Prize For Experimenting With Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. More...

May 3, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Professor Sara Kiesler Elected to Prestigious Computer-Human Interaction Academy. More...

May 1, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Plays Host to Leading Researcher In the Engineering of Synthetic Gene Delivery Systems. More...

May 1, 2002
Undergraduates Showcase Research at Carnegie Mellon's Annual "Meeting of the Minds" May 7-8. More...

May 1, 2002
See Seven Unusual Robots Perform At Carnegie Mellon's Robot Exhibit 2002. More...

April 29, 2002
Virtual Worlds Built by Carnegie Mellon Students Will Be Ready for You to Experience Live on Campus, April 30. More...

April 26, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Host Rocket Contest For 30 Pittsburgh Area Fourth Graders Seeking Science Careers. More...

April 22, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers and 3 Rivers Connect Unveil New Plan to Get Broadband Moving Again. More...

April 18, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music In Final Production with Opera Theater, April 26 and 28. More...

April 18, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces 2002-03 Season. More...

April 18, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces 2002-03 Season. More...

April 18, 2002
Famed Violist Toby Appel Joins Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Faculty. More...

April 15, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Spring Carnival and Buggy Races Set for Thursday-Saturday, April 18-20. More...

April 12, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Professor and Poet Published Three Times in One Month. More...

April 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Make Pittsburgh The Silicon Valley of Storage Systems. More...

April 10, 2002
"Love on Trial: An American Scandal in Black and White" Is Topic of Carnegie Mellon Talk, Book Signing on April 19. More...

April 9, 2002
National Experiment Conducted by Carnegie Mellon Scientists Reveals Impact of Fear, Anger on American Perceptions of Terrorism. More...

April 8, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Tap Medieval History To Unveil a Novel Approach to Computer Security. More...

April 8, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Faculty Join Academic Peers to Redefine Technical Education. More...

April 5, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Computer Science Program Ranks #1 In U. S. News & World Report's Grad School Ratings. More...

April 5
Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science Ties for First Place In the Latest U.S. News & World Report Rankings of Best Ph.D. Programs. More...

April 4, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Showcase New Information Technologies For Use in Buildings, Bridges and Managing Construction Sites. More...

April 2, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Can Help Build Reliable "Wi-Fi" Wireless Networks. More...

April 1, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Opens New Center To Address The Growth of Wireless and Broadband Networking. More...

March 26, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Receives $250,000 from State of Pennsylvania for Telescope Project. More...

March 25, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Spend Spring Break Building Houses With Habitat for Humanity. More...

March 25, 2002
Homeland Security Chief Tom Ridge to Deliver Keynote Address At Carnegie Mellonšs 105th Commencement, May 19. More...

March 25, 2002
Film Screening and Live Performance Artist Performs at Carnegie Mellon, Pitt . More...

March 22, 2002
Carnegie Mellon to Host Security Workshop on Vulnerable State Networks and Databases. Speakers Include Governors of Pennsylvania, Vermont, Plus State and Corporate Infotech Experts. More...

March 22, 2002
International Design Trend Analyst to Deliver Carnegie Mellon's Annual Nierenberg Lecture. More...

March 22, 2002
International Trend Analyst Speaks At Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 22, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Create a Robot to Emulate Work and Results of the Recent Mars Rover Excursion. More...

March 19, 2002
Students from Carnegie Mellon Share Steinway Society Award. More...

March 18, 2002
Carnegie Mellon and Lehigh Host Seminar Promoting Universities as Economic Development Engines. More...

March 18, 2002
Technology Alliance Provides Commercial Innovation And Competitive Environment for Retaining College Graduates. More...

March 13, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Host Medical Robotics Competition To Simulate New Surgical Tools. More...

March 8, 2002
Carnegie Mellon to Offer Professional Master's Program at Its West Coast Campus Beginning in Fall 2002. More...

March 7, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Dan Boyarski Named New Head of Design School. More...

March 6, 2002
Annual Buhl Lecture at Carnegie Mellon to Address Energy and Expansion of the Universe. More...

March 5, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Richard Buchanan to Step down as Head of Design School. More...

March 4, 2002
Top Women Business Leaders Select Carnegie Mellon University to Host Prestigious Seminar for Female Students. More...

March 1, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers and Pittsburgh Zoo Specialists Develop Techniques To Analyze The Anatomy Of A Snake Attack. More...

February 28, 2002
Job outlook for MBA grads showing signs of recovery- Recruitment study points to emerging bright spots. More...

February 27, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Leonardo Balada to Present world premiere in Germany. More...

February 27, 2002
Mystery and Crime Writer James Crumley Featured At Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Writing Awards May 3. More...

February 25, 2002
Mystery and Crime Writer James Crumley Featured At Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Writing Awards May 3. More...

February 21, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Showcase Projects To Celebrate National Engineering Week. More...

February 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Jay Apt To Receive Award For Significant Contributions To Engineering. More...

February 19, 2002
Carnegie Mellon to Host Security Workshop on Vulnerable State Networks and Databases. More...

February 19, 2002
New Carnegie Mellon Center Takes Lead In Developing Biotechnology Teaching Internship. More...

February 18, 2002
Intel Will Host an Open House and Discussions Highlighting Scientific Pursuits at their New Pittsburgh-Based Laboratory. More...

February 18, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Collaborates With Greek Institution To Offer Information Networking Master of Science Degree. More...

February 13, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Demo Pioneering Bone Tissue Approaches At a Science Lab Open House. More...

February 13, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Lecture, Workshop On Alcohol and Young Adults. More...

February 12, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Business School Holds Fifth Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament. More...

February 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Conference on Women's Issues Set for Feb. 24. More...

February 11, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Raises Fall 2002 Tuition About 4.8 Percent. More...

February 7, 2002
New Associate Dean in CFA More...

January 28, 2002
Quartet-in-Residence Nominated For Grammy. More...

January 21, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Tech Conference Will Discuss How To Revive The Telecommunications Boom. More...

January 21, 2002
Chuck Kinder, Pittsburgh Novelist and English Professor, Presents at Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Visiting Writers Series, Feb. 19, 2002. More...

January 21, 2002
Prolific Contemporary Poet and Professor, Mary Ruefle, Is Guest at Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Visiting Writers Series, Feb. 28, 2002. More...

January 21, 2002
Stephen Cross Reappointed to Second Term as SEI Director. More...

January 21, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Brain Study Provides Conclusive Evidence that Cell Phones Distract Visual Perception and Communication for Drivers. More...

January 21, 2002
Former NEH Director Bill Ferris Speaks Feb. 5 In Carnegie Mellon Center for the Arts in Society Series. More...

January 21, 2002
Chemistry Professor Krzysztof Matyjaszewski has received national and regional awards from the American Chemical Society: the ACS Award in Polymer Science sponsored by ExxonMobil Chemical Company, and the ACS Pittsburgh Section's Pittsburgh Award. More...

January 17, 2002
Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh Join in Regional Economic Development Project. More...

January 16, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Receives $23.3 Million from NASA To Establish a High Dependability Computing Program. More...

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...

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