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December 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Smart Robots to Give Museum Visitors a Taste Of Exploring Mars as NASA Rovers Look for Water on Red Planet. More...

December 19, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Artist to Resurrect Greek Goddess Persephone in Installation. More...

December 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University faculty are available to speak to the media as experts on national and international issues. More...

December 17, 2003
The Town Hall Returns: Carnegie Mellon and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Host Deliberative Poll More...

December 11, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Astrophysicist Receives NASA Funding For Dark Universe Observatory. More...

December 11, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop Safe Economical Gene Delivery System. More...

December 9, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researcher Develops Intelligent Technology That Automatically Enhances Underexposed Photographs. More...

December 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students To Test New Mobile Drum Carts For Rose Bowl-Bound Ambridge Area High School Marching Band. More...

December 3, 2003
MBA Job Market on the Upswing, Firms Resume Key Hiring Initiatives. More...

December 3, 2003
'Twas The Night Before Christmas Collection At Carnegie Mellon Reveals Santa's Many Images. More...

December 2, 2003
Scores of Carnegie Mellon Graduate Business Students Volunteer Throughout City of Pittsburgh During First Semiannual "Business to Community Day". More...

December 2, 2003
Entertainment Technology Center to Host Open House and Exhibit on Building Virtual Worlds. More...

December 2, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Will Ford a Giant Swimming Pool By Using Handmade Flotation Bridges Designed in a Senior Class Project. More...

December 1, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Children's School Director Offers Parents Tips For Joyful, Not Tearful, Holidays. More...

December 1, 2003
Carnegie Mellon MBA Program Promotes Graduates' Success and Ability to "Anticipate > Analyze > Act" in New Branding Campaign. More...

November 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Hires Roboceptionist. More...

November 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts and School of Music Host Annual Holiday Concert. More...

November 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Neuroscientist Nets Prestigious Psychology Award. More...

November 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Win Prestigious Gordon Bell Prize for High Performance Computing. More...

November 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Tap Biology To Fend Off Computer Worms, Virus Attacks. More...

November 19, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Integrated Product Development Course Receives Innovative Curriculum Award. More...

November 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Receives Sloan Grant to Increase Number Of Women Studying Computer Science at the Graduate Level. More...

November 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Presents "Sly Fox," a Tale of Swindles and Scams. More...

November 12, 2003
American Students Are Underwhelmed By Homework Assignments, says Carnegie Mellon Study. More...

November 11, 2003
Carnegie Mellon To Feature Former Exxon Executive For Chemical Engineering Toor Distinguished Lecture. More...

November 11, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Has Nation's First Green Dorm; Receives Silver LEED Certification. More...

November 10, 2003
Cognitive Psychology Expert to Lecture at Carnegie Mellon on Nov. 17. More...

November 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Cristina Amon Wins Prestigious Hispanic Education Award. More...

November 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Inducts Four Robots Into Newly Established Robot Hall of Fame. More...

November 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Dorm Honored As Nation's First Green Residence Hall. More...

November 7, 2003
Cuarteto Latinoamericano to Perform First Time With School of Music Faculty. More...

November 6, 2003
Cleveland Orchestra's James Gaffigan to Conduct The Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic. More...

November 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University and the Government of Sri Lanka Agree To Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Partnership. More...

October 30, 2003
Carnegie Mellon and Pittsburgh Symphony Celebrate Years of Collaboration with a Concert Nov. 7. More...

October 30, 2003
2004 Economic and Investment Climate To Be Examined at Global Business Conference. More...

October 29, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Prestigious Cybersecurity Reporting Awards Go To ABC News, ABC Nightline, MSNBC.com and The Washington Post. More...

October 29, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Seeking Entries For Martin Luther King Writing Awards. More...

October 29, 2003
Come One, Come All to Carnegie Mellon: Scholar Will Discuss History of Freak Shows. More...

October 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Celebrates Expansion of Its West Coast Campus. More...

October 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Students Mentor Children In Theatre Project. More...

October 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Will Induct Four Robots Into Newly Established Robot Hall of Fame. More...

October 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Names Six Finalists For Prestigious Cybersecurity Reporting Awards. More...

October 23, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Experts Join Panel To Discuss Reporting Cyberterrorism. More...

October 23, 2003
Alumni Speak at Carnegie Mellon Homecoming About Their Search for Parkinson's Disease Cure. More...

October 23, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University's Red Team Accepted To Compete in $1 Million Desert Race for Robots. More...

October 23, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Students Create Products for BodyMedia in Innovative Interdisciplinary Class. More...

October 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon To Launch New Initiative To Ensure Cybersecurity for Domestic and Commercial Sectors. More...

October 21, 2003
Social Entrepreneur to Lecture At Carnegie Mellon on Nov. 3. More...

October 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Peter Andrews Receives Herbrand Award for Advances in Automated Reasoning. More...

October 17, 2003
Mellon College of Science at Carnegie Mellon Offers Interdisciplinary Science Course for First-year Students. More...

October 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Statistics Professor Named Chairman of Committee on National Statistics. More...

October 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Host a Star-Studded Homecoming on Oct. 24. More...

October 17, 2003
Author Will Discuss Consumer Culture During Appearance at Carnegie Mellon. More...

October 17, 2003
University Leaders To Kick Off International Meeting Of Research Administration Educators in Pittsburgh. More...

October 14, 2003
Vivisimo Founder to Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University on Oct. 27. More...

October 14, 2003
Carnegie Mellon School of Design Appoints Nierenberg Chair. More...

October 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon: Home of Robots, Cyber-Sleuths, Engineers, Enters the Field of Hip-Hop Music. More...

October 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Panel Will Examine Orthodox Beliefs. More...

October 9, 2003
Entertainment Technology Center Hosts Annual Open House. More...

October 9, 2003
Conductor Juan Pablo Izquierdo Conducts Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Oct. 15 More...

October 9, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University and Pittsburgh CLO Host Musical Theater Legend Jerry Herman. More...

October 9, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Psychology Department Receives Grant To Study and Improve Middle School Science Instruction. More...

October 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Research Facility Hosts Conference on Art and Change. More...

October 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive $2.5 Million to Develop Next-Generation, Integrated Systems for Bio-Molecular Imaging and Information Discovery. More...

October 3, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Robert White Receives Prestigious Pake Award For Outstanding Research in Physics and Leadership in Industrial R&D. More...

October 3, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive $6 Million NSF Grant to Enhance Talking Computer Tutor that Helps to Improve Children's Reading Skills. More...

October 2, 2003
International Organization Taps Carnegie Mellon's Michael Trick for Leadership Role. More...

September 30, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Spin-off Company Desantage Inc. Aims to Automate Early Stages of Product Design. More...

September 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University to Host 9th International Conference on B Physics. More...

September 26, 2003
Controversial "Money Artist" to Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University on Oct. 11. More...

September 25, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Leads Team Receiving $7.5 Million from NSF to Develop High Speed Telecommunications Network Reaching Every Home in America. More...

September 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Produces Documentary About the Dabbawallas of Mumbai, India. More...

September 23, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Establishes Steinbrenner Institute For Environmental Education and Research. More...

September 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Awarded $1.1 Million; National Institute of Mental Health Continues to Fund Study. More...

September 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's University Lecture Series To Feature Acclaimed Author/Journalist. More...

September 19, 2003
Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh Celebrate History of Flight With Replica of Wright Brothers Plane. More...

September 18, 2003
Terry Collins Develops "Green" Catalysts for Potential Use in Industry and Biological Warfare. More...

September 18, 2003
SCS Dean James Morris to Step Down in 2004. More...

September 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon MBA Students Mentor Students from Pittsburgh's City High. More...

September 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Host First U.S.-Based. International Conference on Electronic Commerce More...

September 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon MBA Ranked No. 6 by Wall Street Journal More...

September 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Presents Their First Concert of the 2003 - 2004 Season. More...

September 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Hosts CEO Panel to Discuss the Impact Of Globalization on Demand for Engineers in U.S. More...

September 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Presents Their First Concert of the 2003 - 2004 Season More...

September 15, 2003
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Announces Partnership with Carnegie Mellon's CERT Coordination Center. More...

September 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Statistics Student Uncovers Evidence of More Peruvian Killings. More...

September 12, 2003
World's Leading Urban Architects to Lecture At Carnegie Mellon University on October 6. More...

September 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive $250,000 in Grants To Develop High Speed Wireless Connectivity in Rural Appalachia. More...

September 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professors Ask Congress To Overhaul The Way Politicians Obtain Science and Technology Advice. More...

September 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Will Discuss Crossroads of Buddhism and Science With Dalai Lama. More...

September 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Technology Will Reshape Curriculum of New Jersey's Centenary College. More...

September 8, 2003
World Renowned Artist Valentin Lustig Will Speak at Carnegie Mellon. More...

September 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's CAUSE Speaker Series Kicks Off With Discussion of Civil Rights Activist's Legacy. More...

August 29, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop New Context Aware Mobile Phone. More...

August 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Conference Will Examine Conflict of Interest in Business, Law and Medicine. More...

August 28, 2003
Gloriana St. Clair Named Dean of University Libraries. More...

August 26, 2003
ATK/Nick Vlahakis Scholarship and Fellowship Fund to Assist Engineering and Computer Science Students. More...

August 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's National Robotics Engineering Consortium on Team Selected To Develop Autonomous Navigation Technology for Army's Future Combat System. More...

August 26, 2003
U.S. Postal Service Launches Work by Carnegie Mellon University School of Design's Guide to Mailing for Businesses. More...

August 25, 2003
Acclaimed Carnegie Mellon Professor Wins Prestigious Psychology Award. More...

August 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Maintains Strong Position Among Best in 2004 U.S. News & World Report Survey. More...

August 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Appoints New Director of Information Technology and Society Institute. More...

August 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor's Book Sheds Light on Reagan's Character. More...

August 20, 2003
Jill Watson Festival Across the Arts Opens at Carnegie Mellon University. More...

August 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive $1.12 Million Grant To Develop a New Process for Growing Bone in Accident Victims. More...

August 12, 2003
Pair of Poets Will Open the 23rd Annual Adamson Visiting Writer Series at Carnegie Mellon. More...

August 11, 2003
Virtual Chemistry Lab at Carnegie Mellon University Wins Prestigious MERLOT Award. More...

August 7, 2003
Demos of Robots, Computer Programs and Math Projects by Middle and High Schoolers Mark Finale of Unique Summer Program at Carnegie Mellon. More...

August 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive $1.3 Million Grant to Develop More Efficient Ways of Storing Transplant Tissues and Organs. More...

August 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Doctoral Candidate Anindya Ghosh Receives Heinz Scholarship for Environmental Research. More...

August 1, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Gets Grant To Train Minorities In Biostatistical Research. More...

August 1, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Receives Grant To Train Next Generation of Statisticians. More...

July 31, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Partners With University of Pittsburgh To Host Global Bone Symposium Featuring New Medical Research. More...

July 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Remains Skeptical About Use of Hydrogen-Fueled Cars To Save Environment. More...

July 25, 2003
Carnegie Mellon and NASA Researchers Make Significant Advances In First Phase of a Project to Develop Robot Able to Seek Life. More...

July 25, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor to Receive Prestigious AI Award For Groundbreaking Research in Computational Economics. More...

July 22, 2003
A Smile a Day Keeps the Doctor Away, Says Carnegie Mellon Psychologist. More...

July 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Names Irene Fonseca Mellon College of Science Professor of Mathematics. More...

July 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Challenge Pitt and Penn State in New Vintage Collegiate Car Race. More...

July 16, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Receives Contract from DARPA To Develop a Personal Cognitive Assistant to Help Busy Managers. More...

July 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Faculty Bridge Gender Gap for Girls By Offering Hands-On Workshop to Boost Interest in Engineering. More...

July 2, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Offer Information Security Education To Professionals from Black Colleges and Hispanic-Serving Institutions. More...

July 1, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Hosts 2003 Summer New Play Festival. More...

June 25, 2003
$250,000 Gift Boosts Hispanic Student Recruitment and Scholarships In Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz School. More...

June 25, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Psychology Professors Are Named Among World's Most Highly Cited Researchers. More...

June 24, 2003
Renowned Health Psychologist Receives Robert E. Doherty Professorship. More...

June 23, 2003
Amicus Curiae Filer Carnegie Mellon Says Supreme Court Ruling Is Profound Confirmation of Importance of Diversity. More...

June 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute Director Accepts Vice President Position at Georgia Institute of Technology. More...

June 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Symposium Introducing Cyber Corps Students to Vast Job Potentials in Information Security. More...

June 9, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Develops New Research And Educational Partnership with Taiwan. More...

June 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Appoints New Head of Psychology Department. More...

May 30, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Demonstrates Autonomous Robot Exploring and Mapping an Abandoned Coal Mine. More...

May 29, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Hosts 10th Annual Western PA Scholastic Chess Championship: Chess Grandmaster Gregory Kaidanov to Appear. More...

May 29, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Will Host Conference To Boost Online, Interactive Democracy. More...

May 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Hosts Conference For Advances in Nonlinear Analysis. More...

May 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Demonstrate Autonomous Robot Exploring and Mapping an Abandoned Coal Mine. More...

May 27, 2003
World-Renowned Flutist Begins Master Class At Carnegie Mellon's School of Music. More...

May 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Sponsors Conference To Launch Unique Cultural Studies Organization. More...

May 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Receives Prestigious Grant to Delve into Mathematics History. More...

May 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Receives Award Recognizing Innovative Use of Technology to Promote International Learning. More...

May 22, 2003
Persephone Project Leads a Collaborative Event That Focuses on Gardening, Art and Generosity. More...

May 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Receives $2.3 Million from Office of Naval Research To Build and Test a Robotic Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle. More...

May 20, 2003
IBM Global Services and EDS Join Carnegie Mellon University's Information Technology Services Qualification Center Consortium. More...

May 16, 2003
A Project that Assists City High School Students to Career Opportunities Presents Student Awards. More...

May 15, 2003
Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture Head Receives University's Top Honor. More...

May 15, 2003
Carnegie Mellon History Professor Receives Grant to Support Education Research. More...

May 15, 2003
John Podesta, Clinton White House Chief of Staff, To Address Heinz School Commencement on May 18. More...

May 14, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts Finishes the 2002-2003 Year with Major Activity. More...

May 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Tiniest Graduates Set to Receive Their Diplomas. More...

May 13, 2003
FreeMarkets' Glen Meakem, Columbia House's Brian Wood to Speak at Carnegie Mellon Business School Graduation Ceremonies. More...

May 9, 2003
Carnegie Mellon and Vintage Grand Prix To Announce New Collegiate Race Event. More...

May 8, 2003
Teresa Heinz to Deliver Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon's Commencement Sunday, May 18. More...

May 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries Receive Endowment in Memory of Werner Fiedler Sr. More...

May 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's SWIFT System Expected to Expedite Airport Security Screening Procedures. More...

May 6, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Students Showcase Leading-Edge Undergraduate Research. More...

May 5, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Wins First Place in Two Leagues in First American Open Robot Soccer Competition. More...

May 2, 2003
Future Teachers Receive Scholarship from Devoted Carnegie Mellon Alumna. More...

April 30, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Political Scientist Honored for Excellent Teaching. More...

April 30, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Announces Creation of The Robot Hall of Fame; Assembles a Panel of Renowned Judges to Select the First Inductees. More...

April 28, 2003
RoboCupJunior Event at Carnegie Mellon Helps Kids Learn Robotics, Cooperation. More...

April 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Stage Miniature Boat Races to Test Various Chemical Reactions Used to Fuel Aquatic Designs. More...

April 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center to Host International Conference on Entertainment Computing. More...

April 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Demonstrate New Search-and-Rescue Robots at RoboCup American Open Competition. More...

April 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Children's School Receives NAEYC Accreditation. More...

April 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces 2003-04 Season. More...

April 22, 2003
Prophetic Science Fiction Author Neal Stephenson to Speak at Carnegie Mellon. More...

April 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor, Author Hilary Masters Wins American Academy of Arts and Letters Award. More...

April 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor and Award-winning Poet Celebrates a Career Achievement with New Poetry Collection. More...

April 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create New Digital Tools to Help Business Leaders Improve Performance. More...

April 18, 2003
Color Kinetics Donates LED Illumination Systems to Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama. More...

April 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop New Wireless Meeting Space for Business and Industry. More...

April 17, 2003
Software Engineering Institute and U.S. Army Reserve Partner on Information-Assurance Initiative. More...

April 16, 2003
Award-winning Carnegie Mellon Professor Receives Arthur Arton Hamerschlag Professorship. More...

April 16, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Press Publishes "Inventing Victor" by Alumna Bannan. More...

April 15, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Granger Morgan to Speak at National Environmental Conference. More...

April 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Presents The Starling String Quartet. More...

April 9, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Appoints Steven J. Sharratt Associate Dean of Advancement for the Graduate School of Industrial Administration. More...

April 9, 2003
Latino Artists' Multimedia Production at Carnegie Mellon Is Confrontation of Politics, Militarization and Comedy. More...

April 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Presents New Barclay Musical "One Red Flower: Letters from 'Nam". More...

April 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Host Renowned Environmental Health Specialist. More...

April 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Preschools Celebrate Week of the Young Child with World of Discovery Exhibit. More...

April 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Student Aseem Sood Wins Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. More...

April 2, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Presents Master of Fine Arts Student Exhibition. More...

April 1, 2003
Carnegie Mellon and NASA Researchers to Develop Robot That Will Illustrate How to Seek Life on Distant Planets. More...

March 31, 2003
2003 Buhl Lecture Draws Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist and Optical Tweezer Creator Steven Chu. More...

March 31, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop New Delivery System for Gene Therapy. More...

March 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Alumni's Donation to Support Humanities Lecture Fund. More...

March 25, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Host First American Open in Robot Soccer and a Visit from Honda's Famed ASIMO Humanoid Robot. More...

March 25, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Chemists Create Versatile Polymer Brushes with Many Potential Applications. More...

March 24, 2003
"Millennium Problems" Author Keith Devlin to Speak at Carnegie Mellon on April 3. More...

March 23, 2003
Virtual Mass Spectrometry Laboratory Transforms Learning Experience: Product of Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Collaboration. More...

March 21, 2003
Hip-Hop Poet Will Talk to High School Students at Power of the Pen Event at Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Develops New Award to Recognize Journalism Excellence in Cybersecurity Reporting. More...

March 19, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Host Author of a New Book about Anthrax in America. More...

March 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers to Develop New Diagnostic Tool to Improve Data Storage. More...

March 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon presents splice: cutting edge film festival. More...

March 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon International Affairs Experts Will Discuss Foreign Policy Implications of Impending War. More...

March 18, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Presents a Techno Theater Display . More...

March 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Research May Lead to Improvements for Drug Industry. More...

March 17, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Hollinger to Speak at Tissue Engineering International Conference. More...

March 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Student Receives UNCF/Merck Undergraduate Science Research Scholarship One of Only Fifteen Awarded Nationwide. More...

March 13, 2003
World-Renowned Cloning Expert Keith Campbell to Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University on March 17 and 18. More...

March 12, 2003
Eliminating Individual Leaders May Not Be Enough To Destroy Terrorist Networks, Says Carnegie Mellon Professor. More...

March 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Modern Languages Head Receives Unique Honor. More...

March 7, 2003
Head of Carnegie Mellon Computer Science Department Is Elected to the National Academy of Engineering. More...

March 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh and Slippery Rock to Sponsor Academic Advising Conference. More...

March 7, 2003
Head of Carnegie Mellon Computer Science Department Is Elected to the National Academy of Engineering. More...

March 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Design to Dedicate the Smillie Digital Imaging Lab. More...

March 5, 2003
Rick Sebak Gives His "Last Lecture" at Carnegie Mellon on March 10. More...

March 4, 2003
National Science Foundation Extends Violence Center Grant to Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Student Receives Scholarship to Study Abroad. More...

March 4, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Researchers' Proposal Wins Social Science Experiment Competition. More...

March 3, 2003
Three Schools of Music in Pittsburgh Collaborate to Present the U3 Festival. More...

March 3, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Wins Literature Prize. More...

February 26, 2003
World Bank Official Bruno Lanvin to Speak at Carnegie Mellon University. More...

February 26, 2003
Third Annual Computational Biology Symposium at Carnegie Mellon University Human Genetics and Genomics: Computational Challenges. More...

February 26, 2003
Helium Networks to Commercialize Wireless LAN Technology Invented by Carnegie Mellon University Researchers. More...

February 26, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Directs Matisse Documentary. More...

February 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University English Professor Receives Fulbright Fellowship to Go to Israel. More...

February 24, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Chemistry Team Helps Reveal Key Structure, Fe(IV)=O Complex. More...

February 24, 2003
Top Minds at Carnegie Mellon Discuss Computer Surveillance and the War on Terrorism. More...

February 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Allan Meltzer to Receive First-Ever Irving Kristol Award from American Enterprise Institute. More...

February 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Drama Students to Take Part in International Anti-War "Lysistrata Project" March 2-3. More...

February 19, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Student Wins Prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship. More...

February 18, 2003
Senior Editor at The Atlantic Monthly to Speak at Carnegie Mellon Feb. 21. More...

February 14, 2003
Director of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program to Speak at Carnegie Mellon on Feb. 19. More...

February 14, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Files Friend of Court Brief on Behalf of Affirmative Action, University of Michigan. More...

February 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Celebrate National Engineers Week. More...

February 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Receives Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation. More...

February 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Tears Down "Wall of Computing" by Installing State-of-the-Art Apple iMacs in University's Busiest Computer Cluster. More...

February 12, 2003
Carnegie Mellon to Award Dickson Prize to Nation's Top Biomedical Engineer. More...

February 11, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Business School Holds Sixth Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament. More...

February 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon presents Mosaic 2003. More...

February 10, 2003
World-renowned Carnegie Mellon Linguist Receives Paul Mellon Professorship. More...

February 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Scientist Receives NASA Award to Develop Probes to Detect Life on Mars. More...

February 7, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Breathes New Life into the American Classic "The Skin of Our Teeth." More...

February 7, 2003
Contemporary Artist James Turrell to Speak at Carnegie Mellon University. More...

February 6, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Art Students to Collaborate with Virginia Commonwealth University. More...

February 6, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Announces New Time for Mstislav Rostropovich Visit. More...

February 5, 2003
Finance Expert Stephen Ross Presents Nash Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University on March 18. More...

February 4, 2003
Cyrusoft International and Carnegie Mellon To Collaborate on Next Major Release of Mulberry. More...

February 3, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Announces Tuition and Board Costs for Incoming, Current Students. More...

January 31, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Offers Fast Track Public Policy Degree. More...

January 31, 2003
Business and Technology Workers Must Collaborate, Says Speaker at Carnegie Mellon's First IS Day. More...

January 31, 2003
Award-winning Lecturer to Lead Carnegie Mellon University's Exciting New Humanities Scholars Program. More...

January 31, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Receives $8 million from GM to Continue Developing New Smart Car Technologies. More...

January 31, 2003
Heinz School Announces Scholarships. More...

January 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Business School Presents 3rd Annual Bioforum. More...

January 28, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Presents Opera "Die Fledermaus". More...

January 28, 2003
African American History Has Become Increasingly Diverse, Says Carnegie Mellon University History Professor. More...

January 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Continues Final Fridays Cabaret Series. More...

January 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Reschedules Rostropovich Visit. More...

January 27, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Film Festival Will Explore the Experiences of Africans throughout the New World. More...

January 22, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Graduate's Work on Nickelodeon Is Focus of Job Fair. More...

January 21, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Design to Host Lecture by Renowned Designer/Architect William A. McDonough. More...

January 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Unveils New Research to Study Risks Posed by Terrorists and Their Weapons. More...

January 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music presents A Conversation with Mstislav Rostropovich. More...

January 20, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts Hires New Gallery Director. More...

January 15, 2003
The dream lives on through the winners of Carnegie Mellon University's Martin Luther King Jr. Day Writing Awards. More...

January 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Predicts Consumers May See Fewer Price Breaks under FCC Ruling. More...

January 13, 2003
Carnegie Mellon University Announces New Degrees In Information Security to Address Needs of Government, Industry. More...

January 10, 2003
Carnegie Mellon Professor Wins National Academy of Sciences Award. More...

January 8, 2003
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery will present Comic Release: Negotiating Identity for a New Generation. More...

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 20, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Will Exhibit Art from Japanese Artist, Noriyuki Fujimura, at First Night. More...

December 17, 2002
Carnegie Mellon's Leonardo Balada CD Of Tragi-Comic Chamber Operas Released. More...

December 16, 2002
Carnegie Mellon Students Unveil New Template To Map Sanitary Systems in Oakmont Borough. More...

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