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December 22, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business Establishes Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber Scholarship for Student from France. More...

December 21, 2004
China Software Colleges Partner with Carnegie Mellon University Subsidiary iCarnegie To Provide Software Education for Students. More...

December 17, 2004
Edmund Clarke is Elected an IEEE Fellow. More...

December 16, 2004
Explanatoids® Installs "Dishing Out Science" Mosaic Project at Whole Foods Beginning Monday, December 20. More...

December 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business Establishes Angel G. Jordan Scholarship for Students from Spain. More...

December 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Presents the World Premiere of Professor Leonardo Balada's Opera "Death of Columbus" with the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic. More...

December 8, 2004
OLETC, Carnegie Mellon University Announce Technology Transition Partnership. More...

December 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Chemistry Professor Krzysztof Matyjaszewski Receives Award of the Foundation for Polish Science. More...

December 3, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Scientist Develops Way To Deliver Promising Genetic Tool into Living Cells. More...

December 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Professor: Privatizing Social Security Will Hurt More Than It Helps. More...

November 29, 2004
Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh Scientists Discover Left-Brain/Right-Brain Differences in People with Autism. More...

November 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Student Wins Jeopardy Game Show College Championship. More...

November 19, 2004
Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts and the School of Music Present Their Annual Holiday Concert Friday, December 3 at Noon. More...

November 19, 2004
Carnegie Mellon CyLab To Host Authors of a New Revealing Book about Kennedy Assassination. More...

November 18, 2004
Not One But Two Carnegie Mellon Writers Receive National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. More...

November 18, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Professor Is Winner With His Book on Losers. More...

November 16, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Art Offers "Earthworks and Sacred Landscapes," Summer Study Program Open to Students from All Disciplines and Universities. More...

November 16, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Create Collaborative Research Lab With Korea Information Security Agency. More...

November 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama to Perform "The Duchess of Malfi" December 2-4 and 7-11, 2004. More...

November 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Student To Receive Scholarship Award From New Philanthropic Group. More...

November 10, 2004
American Psychological Association Gives Prestigious Honor To Carnegie Mellon Psychologist. More...

November 9, 2004
Local, National and Global Economic and Investment Health to Be Examined at Global Business Conference. More...

November 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Students Take Home 21 Awards from NATS Competition. More...

November 5, 2004
Royal Society of Canada Honors Acclaimed Carnegie Mellon Statistics Professor. More...

November 5, 2004
Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon Presents Inaugural India Business Conference. More...

November 5, 2004
Maestro Baldner To Conduct the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic's First Concert at CAPA. More...

November 3, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Baroque Ensemble Performs Sunday, November 14 at 5 p.m. More...

November 2, 2004
American Association for the Advancement of Science Honors Carnegie Mellon Engineering and Philosophy Professors. More...

November 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Receives Top Rankings In Decision Science Graduate Programs. More...

October 28, 2004
Cuarteto Latinoamericano Commemorates the Day of the Dead with Free Concert at Carnegie Mellon November 4. More...

October 25, 2004
Two Leading Cancer Researchers Visit Carnegie Mellon To Discuss Science Policy and the 2004 Presidential Race. More...

October 21, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Researchers To Showcase New Materials To Aid New Pharmaceutical Discovery and Improve Affordability. More...

October 18, 2004
"Diet for a Small Planet" Author Speaks Nov. 4 For Carnegie Mellon's International Festival. More...

October 18, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Health Psychology Pioneer Elected Into National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine. More...

October 18, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University To Host 14th Annual Society of Environmental Journalists Conference. More...

October 14, 2004
Study Finds Brain Battles Itself Over Short-Term Rewards, Long-Term Goals. More...

October 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon CyLab's Prestigious Cybersecurity Reporting Awards Go To The New York Times, MSNBC.com, eWeek and NPR. More...

October 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student and Recent Alumna Selected by Marvin Hamlisch To Perform in the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's Pops Series. More...

October 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Professor's Final Reagan Book Reveals How the 40th President Shaped His Message. More...

October 11, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business Professor Finn Kydland Wins 2004 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. More...

October 7, 2004
"Dialogue in a Landscape: The Kraus Campo, A Garden for Carnegie Mellon University" Exhibition Opens at the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery. More...

October 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Announces Finalists for Prestigious 2004 CyLab Cybersecurity Journalism Awards. More...

October 6, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Challenge Popular Decision-Making Theory. More...

October 5, 2004
Top Robotics Experts Gathering in Pittsburgh To Participate In 25th Anniversary of Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Institute. More...

October 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh Receive Multimillion-Dollar Grant From NSF To Create Center Focusing on the Science of Learning. More...

October 4, 2004
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. to Offer Evaluation Services to Sourcing Providers Based on Best Practices from Carnegie Mellon's IT Services Qualification Center. More...

October 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Teams with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust To Create the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts. More...

October 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Lecture Series Will Feature Pioneering Autism Researcher Marcel Just. More...

September 29, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Receives Multi-Million Dollar Grant To Train the Next Generation of Education Researchers. More...

September 29, 2004
Red Storm Comes to Pittsburgh. More...

September 29, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Chemistry Professor Terry Collins Receives Award from American Chemical Society. More...

September 29, 2004
Post-Pop Artist Burton Morris To Sign Poster To Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Robotics Institute. More...

September 28, 2004
RDS, LLC Wins $41 Million Annual Contract at National Energy Technology Laboratory. More...

September 28, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University's School of Architecture's David Lewis Lecture Series Presents President and CEO of the Congress for New Urbanism John Norquist. More...

September 28, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Receives $6.9 Million To Create New Climate Decision Making Center. More...

September 22, 2004
Tepper School of Business Ranked No. 2 MBA Program by The Wall Street Journal. More...

September 21, 2004
Democracy in Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh And WQED Multimedia Team Up for the City's Second Deliberative Poll. More...

September 21, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Creates New Cybersecurity Center With Funding from the National Science Foundation. More...

September 20, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Faculty Members Golan Levin and Jesse Schell Named as Two of the World's 100 Top Young Innovators by MIT's Technology Review. More...

September 17, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's CAUSE Speaker Series Examines The Experience of African Americans in the City. More...

September 16, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Opens the Season with "Arcadia" October 7-9 and 12-16, 2004. More...

September 14, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Receives $20 Million from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation To Build a New Home for the Study of Computer Science. More...

September 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Researchers To Create Speech Recognition in Silicon. More...

September 9, 2004
Tepper School of Business Welcomes MBA Class of 2006. More...

September 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon CyLab To Offer New Executive Security Program at University's Silicon Valley West Coast Campus. More...

September 9, 2004
President George W. Bush To Honor Two Carnegie Mellon Professors. More...

September 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University's Red Team Will Deploy New and Old HUMMERS for $2 Million Prize in 2005 Desert Race. More...

September 7, 2004
Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon Joins International Foundation Dedicated to Recruiting Women to Business School. More...

September 7, 2004
DJ Renegade Kicks Off Carnegie Mellon's Annual Adamson Visiting Writers Series. More...

September 2, 2004
New Computational Method Developed By Carnegie Mellon University Physicist Could Speed Design and Testing of Metallic Glass. More...

August 31, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Host Joint Symposium With Bosch To Discuss Future of Vehicle Power. More...

August 25, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Seal New Research Deal With Telecommunications Giant French Telecom . More...

August 24, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's School of Design Students Create a Café for The Hillel JUC Pittsburgh . More...

August 24, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University To Host Engineering Alumnus Responsible for Launch of New Legendary Ford Mustang . More...

August 23, 2004
PCB Breakdown in Rivers Depends on Sediment-Specific Bacteria, Find Carnegie Mellon University Scientists. More...

August 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Researcher Tests New Tools For Protecting the Anacostia River Ecosystem from PCBs. More...

August 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Scientists Reveal New Ways of Studying, Resolving PCB Contamination in U.S. Rivers. More...

August 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University: Welcome to the Future. More...

August 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Prepares To Celebrate 25th Anniversary of its Robotics Institute. More...

August 20, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Maintains Top 25 Standing in 2005 U.S. News & World Report Survey. More...

August 18, 2004
Photo Advisory: Carnegie Mellon University Welcomes New Students, Hosts Orientation Week Activities. More...

August 17, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Cornerstones Program Announces "Pittsburgh Prosperous and Sustainable" Symposium Sept. 29. More...

August 17, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Names Dena Haritos Tsamitis To Head Multidisciplinary Information Networking Institute. More...

August 10, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student Organizes First Pittsburgh College Student Animation Showcase August 13, 2004, in McConomy Auditorium. More...

August 10, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Cognitive Psychology Research Boosts Middle School Students' Science Comprehension and Test Scores. More...

August 9, 2004
Investors May Sacrifice Significant Portfolio Returns by Ignoring Tax Implications of Asset Allocation and Location. More...

August 6, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Presents New Work by Contemporary African Artists. More...

August 5, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researchers To Demonstrate Autonomous Robot That Soon Will Soon Be Sent To Seek Life in Chile's Atacama Desert. More...

August 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Start-Up Team to Open NASDAQ Stock Market This Friday, August 6. More...

August 2, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop Untethered Wireless Robot That Has Successfully Explored Underground Gas Mains in New York. More...

July 29, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Programs Promote Cultural Exchange Inspired by a Trip to Sparta, Greece. More...

July 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Hosts ACS-PRF Summer School on Green Chemistry. More...

July 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Neuroscientist Develops Novel Tool to Image Brain Function at the Cellular Level. More...

July 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh Scientists Discover Biological Basis for Autism. More...

July 23, 2004
Interactive Social Robots To Participate In AAAI's Annual Mobile Robot Challenge. More...

July 20, 2004
If I Could Talk to the Robots... More...

July 17, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Designs Supply Chain Trading Agent Competition Where More than 30 Teams Will Vie to Assemble, Sell Computers for Maximum Profit. More...

July 16, 2004
Jeannette Wing Named President's Professor In Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science. More...

July 15, 2004
17 Students from Carnegie Mellon's Music Preparatory School Take Honors at 2004 World Piano Competition. More...

July 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students To Participate In Second Annual Caliguiri Collegiate Cup Race. More...

July 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Names Schervish Head of Department of Statistics. More...

July 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Program For Women to Engineer Rewarding Careers. More...

July 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Names Paul D. Nielsen As CEO and Director of the Software Engineering Institute. More...

July 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Hosts In Residence The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra. More...

July 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Opens The Posner Center. More...

July 2, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Appoints Lisa Kirchner as Qatar Marketing and Media Director. More...

July 1, 2004
Summer's Here, But School's In at Carnegie Mellon For Local Principals Hoping to Make the Most of Standardized Tests. More...

July 1, 2004
Explanatoids® Announces "Dishing Out Science," A Mosaic Project Designed to Teach Children About Science. More...

June 28, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Imaging Study Reveals Sex-based Differences That Persist as Mice Enter Adulthood. More...

June 28, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Offers Program To Train Students from Local Colleges in Cybersecurity. More...

June 25, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Hosts Associated Artists of Pittsburgh's 94th Annual Exhibition. More...

June 23, 2004
Audience Feedback Important to New Work Presented in the 2004 Summer New Play Festival at Carnegie Mellon. More...

June 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Professor Takeo Kanade Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences. More...

June 23, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Receives Fellowship Grants from Symantec To Grow Critical Mass of Information Security Professionals. More...

June 23, 2004
Remote-Controlled, Throwable Robots Developed at Carnegie Mellon in Conjunction with U.S. Marine Corps Are Being Sent to Iraq for Testing. More...

June 17, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Names Engineering Professor To Head Data Storage Systems Center. More...

June 16, 2004
Pittsburgh To Host Press Launch of 20th Century FOX Feature Film "I, ROBOT". More...

June 10, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Associate Professor Todd Mowry Succeeds Mahadev Satyanarayanan as Head of Intel Research Pittsburgh. More...

June 10, 2004
Renowned Expert in Robotic Manipulation Is Named Director of Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Institute. More...

June 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Names Internationally Renowned Researcher and Educator New Dean of the College of Engineering. More...

June 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Offers Program to Train More Minorities in Cybersecurity. More...

June 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Computational Biologist Russell Schwartz Receives Prestigious CAREER Award. More...

June 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Gives McCandless Professorships To Up-and-Coming Researchers. More...

June 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Research Fellow Stephanie Flom Lectures On and Exhibits Mayfly Art. More...

June 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Research Fellow Stephanie Flom Presents At "Mayflies and Matisse" Weekend Program, June 11-12. More...

June 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon International Affairs Expert Appointed to Two Federal Government Boards. More...

June 4, 2004
Master of Entertainment Industry Management Degree Announced at Carnegie Mellon University. More...

June 2, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Professor to Premiere New Composition at International Music Festival. More...

June 2, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Biologists Identify Critical Player In the Assembly of Yeast's Protein-Making Machinery. More...

June 2, 2004
Simmons Wins Allen Newell Medal for Research Excellence. More...

June 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Sustainable Landscape Architecture Program Presents Student Achievements. More...

May 28, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Graduate Wins National Society of Arts and Letters Competition. More...

May 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Recent Graduates Participate in International Design Project, Display Work in Antwerp Museum. More...

May 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Poll And Online Discussion Will Focus on City School Consolidations. More...

May 24, 2004
William Goldsmith, Savannah Area Business Executive, Earns Recognition Award from Carnegie Mellon University. More...

May 20, 2004
Watfa Midani Displays Recent Paintings At the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery. More...

May 19, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Students Vie for National Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Championship. More...

May 19, 2004
Summer Conference Spotlights Carnegie Mellon's State-of-the-Art Language Programs. More...

May 19, 2004
Athletic Director John Harvey Announces His Retirement from Carnegie Mellon. More...

May 18, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Celebrates the Achievements of the First Doctor of Philosophy Program in CAD in the Nation with Symposium. More...

May 18, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student to Demonstrate Unique Origami-Folding Robot Wednesday, May 19. More...

May 14, 2004
Future Teacher Receives Scholarship From Devoted Carnegie Mellon Alumna. More...

May 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Engineering Students To Unveil New Race Car For Upcoming College Race. More...

May 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student Develops First Origami-Folding Robot. More...

May 11, 2004
Universal Studios Hollywood President to Give Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon's First Master's Diploma Ceremony as the Tepper School of Business. More...

May 10, 2004
L'Oréal Executive To Deliver Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon University's Commencement Sunday, May 16. More...

May 10, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Gives Top Academic Honor to Three Professors. More...

May 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Chemist Catalina Achim Receives Prestigious CAREER Award. More...

May 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Neurobiologist Justin Crowley Receives Searle Scholar Award. More...

May 6, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab Builds Bridges with Academia, Industry And Information Technology Researchers To Make Region a Cybersecurity Leader. More...

May 6, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Faculty Receive Prestigious National Science Foundation Career Awards. More...

May 5, 2004
David Lewis, Distinguished Professor at Carnegie Mellon, Wins Prestigious Henry Hornbostel Teaching Award. More...

May 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Students Get Out the Vote. More...

May 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Meeting of the Minds Shines Light on Students' Brainpower. More...

April 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Press Author Snags Poetry's Greatest Prize. More...

April 23, 2004
Soft Sheen-Carson President, University Alumna Candace Matthews To Give Keynote Address at Carnegie Mellon Commencement. More...

April 22, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Heinz School Launches New "Paperless" Journal, Brings Real–World Practicality to Policy Issues. More...

April 22, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Open Mind Lecture Series Presents "Women Don't Ask" . More...

April 21, 2004
Black Caucus Chair To Speak at Heinz School Commencement. More...

April 21, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts Announces Laura Lee as New Head of the School of Architecture. More...

April 21, 2004
Wing Named Head of Computer Science Department In Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science. More...

April 21, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Technology Is Centerpiece In Recent Purchase of Analog Software Vendor Neolinear. More...

April 21, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Professor's Poetry Garners Prestigious Writing Award. More...

April 19, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Preschools Celebrate Week of the Young Child With "Thinking With Data" Exhibition of Children's Learning. More...

April 15, 2004
Small Autonomous Robots To Race Tomorrow At Carnegie Mellon for More Than $2,000 in Prizes. More...

April 15, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Presents a Musical Petting Zoo. More...

April 15, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Opens "The Wild Party"—A Brave New Musical. More...

April 13, 2004
American Academy of Political and Social Science To Honor Carnegie Mellon Professor. More...

April 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Spring Carnival and Buggy Races Set for Thursday-Saturday, April 15-17. More...

April 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Successful Collaboration with Greek Institution Culminates with Commencement for First Graduating Class. More...

April 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Host Fourth Annual Mid-West Tissue Engineering Consortium. More...

April 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Scientists Develop Microgel to Recover Enzymes Used in Manufacturing and Biochemical Assays. More...

April 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Vie for Top Honors at the 2004 Boomer Business Plan Challenge. More...

April 7, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Incoming Freshman Named To National Junior Ultimate Frisbee Team. More...

April 7, 2004
The First Carnegie Mellon University Student and Alumni Art Sale Slated for April 17 During Spring Carnival. More...

April 6, 2004
Mass Media Inflames Progressive Activism, Carnegie Mellon Professor Says in New Book. More...

April 6, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Interactive-Video DVD Helps Teens Avoid Sexually Transmitted Diseases. More...

April 6, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Esteemed Information Systems Program Celebrates 20 Years of Preparing Students for the Information Age. More...

April 5, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Collaborates With The Cuarteto Latinoamericano in Final Concert of the Season. More...

April 2, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Chemist Announces One-Step Method To Produce Highly Conductive Polymer Nanowires. More...

April 2, 2004
Internet-based Tools Could Bridge Gap in Chemistry Education, Reports Carnegie Mellon University. More...

April 2, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Scientists Use Innovative Polymer Chemistry To Create Novel Carbon Nanoparticles with Vast Potential. More...

April 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces 2004-2005 Season. More...

April 1, 2004
Kiesler Receives Hillman Professorship In the School of Computer Science. More...

March 31, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Researchers Develop New Nanoparticles To Clean Up Contaminated Sites. More...

March 31, 2004
Mark G. Wessel Named Dean of Carnegie Mellon's H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management. More...

March 30, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Spanish Professor Honored For Dedication and Excellence in the Classroom. More...

March 30, 2004
"Mystic River" Author To Speak At Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Awards. More...

March 30, 2004
Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon Presents 4th Annual Bioforum. More...

March 26, 2004
The Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Presents Carnegie Mellon School of Art Master of Fine Arts Student Exhibition. More...

March 26, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Professor Creates Theatre Program in Africa. More...

March 26, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Students Can Even Use Computers To Do Their Laundry. More...

March 26, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create New Computerized Tool for Cryosurgery Planning. More...

March 24, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Announces Plans to Sublease Space in Six PPG Plaza in Downtown Pittsburgh. More...

March 22, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student Writers Team Up With High School Students To Publish Poetry Anthology. More...

March 19, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researchers To Seal Research Agreement with China Steelmaker. More...

March 19, 2004
David A. Tepper, Founder of Appaloosa Management, Donates Record $55 Million to Carnegie Mellon's School of Business, University Approves Name Change. More...

March 16, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Names Randal E. Bryant as New Dean Of Its Top-Ranked School of Computer Science. More...

March 16, 2004
Going to the Chapel? Carnegie Mellon Puts Marriage under the Microscope. More...

March 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Creates Consortium For Medevial and Renaissance Studies. More...

March 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Receives Nobel Laureate Clifford Shull Papers Grant and Additional Gift Will Make the Collection Available to Researchers. More...

March 10, 2004
Robert Page and Daughter, Carolann Page, Collaborate to Direct "Merrily We Roll Along" at Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Cognitive Psychologist To Speak At U.S. Department of Education Summit. More...

March 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Names Deborah Lange To Head Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research. More...

March 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Chemist Receives Prestigious Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science and Engineering at American Chemical Society Meeting. More...

March 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Holds 2004 Buhl Lecture The Dark Side of the Universe: Beyond Stars and the Starstuff We Are Made Of. More...

March 8, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Reappoints Kaufer Head of English Department. More...

March 3, 2004
Pittsburgh NMR Center for Biomedical Research at Carnegie Mellon Receives $6.7 Million To Continue its Work. More...

March 3, 2004
Carnegie Mellon to Award Dickson Prize to Top Cell Biologist. More...

March 3, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Appoints Greensburg Native as Fellow. More...

March 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Professor's Animated Short Film "Tender Bodies" Gets MOMA Preview on March 22. More...

March 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Researchers Develop New Sensor To Detect Computer Hard Drive Failures. More...

March 1, 2004
Robert Meeropol to Speak at Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 1, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Gives Award-Winning Poet Thomas Baker Professorship. More...

March 1, 2004
Buy High, Sell Low— Emotions Turn Economic Decisions on Their Head, Says Carnegie Mellon Study. More...

February 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University's Nanofabrication Facility Gears Up To Become Region's Best Equipped Nano Device Lab for Tech Startups. More...

February 26, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Alumna Named Top Female in Engineering. More...

February 20, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Fall 2004 Tuition Set; Increase Is 5 Percent. More...

February 20, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student Researchers Seek Public Input On Wilkinsburg Train Station Rehabilitation Project. More...

February 18, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Introduces First Storytelling Roboceptionist. More...

February 17, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Students Are Finalists on PCTV Talent Competition: Make the Cut. More...

February 16, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Hold Eighth Annual Conference On Women's Issues. More...

February 16, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Develop Business, Computer Science Programs for Branch Campus in the Arabian Gulf Nation of Qatar. More...

February 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Distinguished Service Professor of Entrepreneurship Selected as 2003 Woman of the Year in Education. More...

February 12, 2004
Brain Gain: Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Helps Universities Attract World Class Talent through PLSG Stars. More...

February 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon and University of Karlsruhe Establish International Center for Advanced Communication Technologies. More...

February 11, 2004
Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture Receives Federal Funding To Implement Department of Energy's Goals. More...

February 11, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Introduce Valerie, World's First Roboceptionist, Feb. 18. More...

February 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Education Director To Discuss The Need for Increasing Safe Online Behavior for Youth. More...

February 5, 2004
Carnegie Mellon University Announces Black History Month Events, Speakers. More...

February 5, 2004
Artist and Educator Elizabeth Asche Douglas Exhibit Showcased at Carnegie Mellon Black History Month Events. More...

February 5, 2004
Astronaut Mae C. Jemison To Speak Feb. 18 As Part of Carnegie Mellon Black History Events. More...

February 5, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Experts to Discuss the Iraq War's Impact-One Year Late. More...

February 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Student Wins Liberty Mutual Scholarship. More...

February 4, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Discussion of Negro Baseball League History on Feb. 17. More...

February 3, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researcher Creates Seminal Text For Biomedical Engineering Courses. More...

January 29, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Statistics Student Honored For Technique To Aid in Brain Imaging. More...

January 29, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Unveils Humanities Center. More...

January 27, 2004
Eclectic Lounge Opens in the College of Fine Arts Building. More...

January 27, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Design Product To Help Kennametal Improve Customer Productivity. More...

January 26, 2004
Pittsburghers Are Skeptical of the War in Iraq, According to Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh/Carnegie Mellon Deliberative Poll. More...

January 20, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Researcher Creates New Course Focusing On Region's Successful Use of Idle Industrial Sites. More...

January 19, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Scientists Use Atomic Force Microscopy to Discover Effects Of Experimental Alzheimer's Drugs on Plaque Formation. More...

January 15, 2004
Carnegie Mellon and Quantum Dot Corporation Scientists Enhance Quantum Dot Technology for Long-Term Imaging in Living Animals. More...

January 13, 2004
Carnegie Mellon To Host Exposition Showcasing Innovative Medical Devices. More...

January 12, 2004
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Opens Two Compelling Exhibits. More...

January 9, 2004
Carnegie Mellon Technology Will Help Prepare Students for High-Stakes Tests. More...

January 8, 2004
Young Writers Keep the Dream Alive Through Carnegie Mellon's Martin Luther King Jr. Day Writing Awards. More...

January 7, 2004
"The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny" To Be Performed in a Pittsburgh Debut. More...

January 5, 2004
National Endowment for the Arts Funds Artist Residency Program At Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. More...

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