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December 21, 2005
Teens are Unaware of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Until They Catch One, Carnegie Mellon Study Finds. More...

December 20, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Features a Century of Talented Arts Alumni in Group Show, January 20. More...

December 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor Chosen To Head Google Engineering Office in Pittsburgh. More...

December 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's CERT Coordination Center Partners With Qatar's Supreme Council to Battle Cyber Risks. More...

December 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find Links Between Happiness and Health, But Major Questions Remain. More...

December 12, 2005
Carnegie Mellon, Pitt To Demonstrate Technologies That Help the Elderly At Center for Aging Services Technologies Exhibition in Washington. More...

December 9, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Neuroscientist Alison Barth Receives Grant To Develop a Therapy to Prevent Seizures. More...

December 8, 2005
Carnegie Mellon-Led Research Team Transforms DNA Microarray Analysis With Ideas from a Standard Internet Communications Protocol. More...

December 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers to Announce New Center for Research on Urban Water Quality. More...

December 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon To Showcase New Security Research at Taiwanese Innovation Technology Symposium. More...

December 1, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Art Hosts Krzysztof Wodiczko as the 21st Robert Lepper Distinguished Lecture in Creative Inquiry, April 18, 2006. More...

November 28, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Announces Establishment of Heinz School Branch in Australia. More...

November 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts and the School of Music Present the Annual Holiday Concert at Noon Friday, December 9. More...

November 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh Receive Educational Grant from Howard Hughes Medical Institute. More...

November 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering To Host Panel Discussion About American Competitiveness on Dec. 2. More...

November 14, 2005
Team Led by Carnegie Mellon University Scientist Finds First Evidence of a Living Memory Trace. More...

November 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students To Receive Scholarship Awards From Philanthropic Group . More...

November 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Performing November 22 with David Effron, Guest Conductor. More...

November 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science To Host Meeting of National Center for Women & Information Technology. More...

November 10, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Steinbrenner Institute to Sponsor Environmental Photo Contest. More...

November 9, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Baroque Ensemble To Perform Bach, Corelli and Mozart in a November 20 Concert. More...

November 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama to Perform "Urinetown." More...

November 2, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Institute for Complex Engineered Systems to Feature Nanotechnology Research Projects at Open House. More...

November 2, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor of Economics and Public Policy Wins Steven D. Gold Award for Contributions to Public Financial Management. More...

October 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Develops PeaceMaker, a Videogame Simulation To Encourage Peace in the Middle East. More...

October 26, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Alum and Genome-Sequencing Expert to Speak at Chemical Engineering's 100th Anniversary. More...

October 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor's Film "Dumpster" To Get First Screening at Three Rivers Film Festival. More...

October 25, 2005
Citizens Forum Will Address Healthcare Issues. More...

October 24, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts Celebrates 100 Years. More...

October 24, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Study Finds that Facial Expressions Reveal How the Body Reacts to Stress. More...

October 20, 2005
Doc Severinsen, Music Director for Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, To Teach During the Trumpet Studio at Carnegie Mellon. More...

October 20, 2005
World's Largest Bilingual Child Language Database Added To Carnegie Mellon's Groundbreaking CHILDES System. More...

October 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Performs the Popular "A Chorus Line" During Homecoming Weekend. More...

October 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Alumni Awards on October 28 Celebrate Centennial Year for College of Fine Arts. More...

October 18, 2005
Carnegie Mellon and University of Karlsruhe to Demonstrate Breakthroughs in Cross Lingual Communication and Speech-to-Speech Translation. More...

October 7, 2005
For Local Grocers, Understanding Customers Holds Key to Competing with the Wal-Marts. More...

October 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create New Center to Study Tiny, Unhealthful Airborne Particles. More...

October 6, 2005
Red Team's HUMMERS Make the Finals in the DARPA Grand Challenge. More...

October 5, 2005
CEO of DreamWorks Animation Gives Talk at Carnegie Mellon, Open to the Public. More...

October 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Researchers Lead Collaborative Team To Develop New Appreciation for Environmental Education. More...

October 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Students Cut Loose During Playground, a Festival of Independent Student Work. More...

October 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Researchers Join the Select Committee on Information Security for a Briefing about the Challenges of Identity Theft. More...

October 3, 2005
U.S.-China Relations and Economic Health of United States and Europe To Be Examined at Carnegie Mellon Business Conference. More...

October 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Scientists Create PNA Molecule With Potential To Build Nanodevices . More...

October 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon History Department Will Spearhead Pittsburgh African-American Oral History Project. More...

September 30, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Receives $6.5 Million Award To Continue Materials Science Research. More...

September 30, 2005
Research Professor at Robotics Institute Receives Award for Work on Robotic Exploration. More...

September 29, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Faculty Members Begin Research Projects at "The Living Roof" on Hamerschlag Hall. More...

September 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Faculty To Give Medical Writers Tips About Keeping Computers Cybersafe. More...

September 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Center for the Arts in Society Kicks Off Conference with Indian Dance Performers. More...

September 23, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center's Quasi Selected as Mascot for the World's Fair for Kids. More...

September 21, 2005
Bringing the Town Hall into the 21st Century: Carnegie Mellon and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Form Deliberative Democracy Center. More...

September 21, 2005
Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon Welcomes New Classes for 2005-2006: Strong growth reported in innovative distance learning and computational finance. More...

September 20, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Alumnus Wins Princess Grace Foundation's Gant Gathier Theater Award. More...

September 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Physics Receives Bequest From Sorensen Family To Enhance Education and Research Programs. More...

September 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Physics Receives Generous Bequest from Pake Family To Enrich Graduate Education. More...

September 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture's Cornerstones Announces "Symposium 2005 - Remaking the Pittsburgh Region." More...

September 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University and CUNY's Lehman College Receive $350,000 From the USDA To Enhance Minority Students' Laboratory Skills. More...

September 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Re-appoints Dick Tucker Head of the Department of Modern Languages. More...

September 16, 2005
Cuarteto Latinoamericano To Perform Two World Premieres September 22. More...

September 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Master of Science in Computational Finance Celebrates 10th Anniversary. More...

September 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor Named One of Popular Science Magazine's "Brilliant 10." More...

September 8, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Selects Award-Winning Architecture Firm for Gates Center and West Campus Improvements. More...

September 7, 2005
Words and Pictures Chronicle Working-Class Life In Collaborative Book by Carnegie Mellon Professors. More...

September 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Offer Joint Doctorate in Computational Biology. More...

September 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture's David Lewis Lecture Series Welcomes Leading Urbanist, Leon Krier, To Speak on Campus. More...

August 31, 2005
Carnegie Mellon STUDIO's Persephone Project Founder Creating a Magic Penny Garden in Chester County, PA. More...

August 31, 2005
Interdisciplinary Carnegie Mellon Course Bridges Chemistry and Art. More...

August 30, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's CAUSE Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Conference To Examine Modern African American Life. More...

August 30, 2005
Carnegie Mellon To Host Media Boot Camp For Environmental and Science Faculty. More...

August 30, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Design Appoints Overbeeke to the Nierenberg Chair. More...

August 29, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's EventScope Technology Helps Scientists See "Life in the Atacama" Through the Eyes of a Robotic Rover. More...

August 29, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces The Production of "Lysistrata." More...

August 29, 2005
Filmmaker Trinh T. Minh-ha Shows Film "Night Passage" at Carnegie Mellon. More...

August 29, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Research Reveals How Cells Process Large Genes. More...

August 29, 2005
Green Catalyst Destroys Toxic Compounds in Pesticides and Munitions, Reports Carnegie Mellon at American Chemical Society Meeting. More...

August 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Theatre Season Subscriptions Available. More...

August 25, 2005
India's Ambassador to the U.S. to Discuss U.S.-India Relations at Carnegie Mellon, Aug. 30. More...

August 25, 2005
Caterpillar Inc. and Carnegie Mellon Strengthen Team Support To Win 2005 Grand Challenge Desert Race. More...

August 24, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Alumnus Stars in Upcoming Movie "The Good Shepherd" with Robert De Niro. More...

August 23, 2005
Grisha Coleman, Research Fellow at Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Presents a Public Laboratory Performance of echo :: system. More...

August 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Graduate Student Named Prestigious Teresa Heinz Scholar for Advancing Field of Green Chemistry. More...

August 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Maintains Top 25 Standing In 2006 U.S. News & World Report Survey. More...

August 18, 2005
Humans Are Governed by Emotions - Literally, According to Research by University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon. More...

August 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Study: Emotions Continue to Influence Americans' Reaction to 9/11 and the Risk of Terrorism. More...

August 15, 2005
Nobel Laureate Harry M. Markowitz To Present Nash Lecture at Carnegie Mellon, Sept. 14. More...

August 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Arts in Society Announces Arts Histories Lecture Series and Complementary Seminars. More...

August 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Researchers Work To Develop New Red Tide Monitoring System. More...

August 15, 2005
Three Oakland Streets to Close Aug. 21 As Freshmen Move in at Carnegie Mellon. More...

August 10, 2005
Educational and Nutritional Programs Improve the Well-Being Of Breast Cancer Survivors, Carnegie Mellon Study Finds. More...

August 10, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Rover Heads to Atacama Desert in Chile For Final Mission in Three-Year Search for Life. More...

August 9, 2005
Driverless HUMMERS Graduate From Pittsburgh Sites to Desert Driving. More...

August 9, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Engineering Professor Tapped To Help Improve Archaic Lead Standards. More...

August 8, 2005
Novelist Kate Christensen Opens Carnegie Mellon's 2005-06 Adamson Visiting Writers Series, Oct. 27. More...

August 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Presents the Exhibition, Animal Nature. More...

August 2, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Schools of Architecture and Design Participate In "Pittsburgh Synergy" for Solar Decathlon Competition. More...

August 1, 2005
Reddy Awarded 2005 Honda Prize From the Honda Foundation. More...

July 28, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Statistics Professors Capture Award For Paper That Helps Solve the Mysteries of the Big Bang. More...

July 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researcher Creates Spinoff Company To Produce New Sensor To Detect Computer Hard Drive Failures. More...

July 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students in Piano Preparatory Program Win at World Piano Competition. More...

July 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Presents Groundworks: Environmental Collaboration in Contemporary Art. More...

July 25, 2005
Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell Joins Carnegie Mellon Officials To Celebrate Greater Oakland KIZ and CoLab Tenants. More...

July 21, 2005
Be Cool: Emotions Make Investors Play It Too Safe, Says Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, University of Iowa Research. More...

July 20, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Arts in Society Will Host Conference To Investigate the Relationship between Art and Time. More...

July 12, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Architecture Student Wins First Place in National Design Competition. More...

July 12, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Sandstorm Robot Makes Unprecedented 200-Mile Autonomous Run. More...

July 8, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Biologist Brooke McCartney Receives March of Dimes Award. More...

July 8, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Receives Contract Renewal From U.S. Government. More...

July 7, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Selects Tim Haggerty To Lead Its Nascent Humanities Scholars Program. More...

July 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Psychologist Receives NIH Grant To Explore the Links Between Health and Social Factors. More...

July 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Announces 2005 Summer New Play Festival. More...

July 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Neuroscientist Receives $1 Million To Understand Neural Integration from the International Human Frontier Science Program. More...

July 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Science and Humanities Scholars Program Selects William L. Alba as the Innovative Program's First Director. More...

July 1, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Pre-College Program Collaborates with Local Theater Group To Teach Opera. More...

June 30, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Provost Mark S. Kamlet Appointed for New Five-year Term as Provost. More...

June 30, 2005
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Researchers Host Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security. More...

June 28, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Conjures Up Benjamin Franklin's Ghost. More...

June 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Teams Up With Tatum Partners To Offer Innovative Executive Education Programs Nationwide. More...

June 17, 2005
G-Zero Group, Including Carnegie Mellon Researchers, Finds Strange Quarks Influence Proton Structure. More...

June 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor Snags Award for Research That Studies Why People Fail To Protect Their Private Data. More...

June 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers and Pew Center Unveil New Blueprint To Reduce Greenhouse Gas. More...

June 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Names Hilary Robinson as New Dean of the University's Top-Ranked College of Fine Arts. More...

June 13, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Computational Biologist Wins Prestigious PECASE Award, Honored in Ceremony. More...

June 10, 2005
Legendary "War of the Worlds" Broadcast Demonstrated the Power of the Mass Media, Says Carnegie Mellon Professor. More...

June 7, 2005
Two Carnegie Mellon Robots Have Been Chosen As Semi-Finalists in $2 Million Desert Race. More...

June 7, 2005
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Will Partner with Hyogo Institute to Offer a New Information Security Degree Program in Japan. More...

June 3, 2005
Tepper School of Business, Jones Day and SEC Chief Economist To Discuss Corporate Governance in a Post Sarbanes-Oxley Environment. More...

June 2, 2005
Carnegie Mellon CyLab Partners with Leaders Foundation to Host Former Presidential Cybersecurity Advisor. More...

May 31, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Persephone Project Commissions Sculptor for Frank Curto Park. More...

May 31, 2005
Writer Wins Award for Book Published by Carnegie Mellon University Press. More...

May 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Appoints Greg Rohrer To Head Materials Science and Engineering Department. More...

May 24, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students and Graduates Help Developing Nations Use Technology To Provide Services and Meet Education and Health Needs. More...

May 17, 2005
Gene "Archeology" Gets Easier Using Carnegie Mellon University Software. More...

May 17, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University High-Energy Particle Physicist Selected Co-Spokesperson of the CLEO Collaboration. More...

May 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor Receives Presidential Award For Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering Mentoring. More...

May 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar Launches First International Botball Robotics Club. More...

May 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Heinz School Moves Closer to Offering Degrees in South Australia. More...

May 10, 2005
Videogame Technology Helps Train FDNY Firefighters To Combat Terrorist Attacks and Hazardous Materials Emergencies. More...

May 10, 2005
Future Teachers Receive Scholarship From Devoted Carnegie Mellon Alumna. More...

May 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor of Architecture, Douglas Cooper, Completes Mural in Seattle Courthouse. More...

May 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Students Compete In Exclusive Queen Elisabeth Competition. More...

May 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Chemists Adapt Simple Casting Technique To Create Ordered Nanocarbons. More...

May 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Sandstorm Robot Will Run Time Trials to Prove It Can Compete in $2-Million Desert Race. More...

May 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students To Present Next Generation of Biomedical Engineering Tools. More...

May 5, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students Win Competition with Plan to Bring Much-Needed Grocery Store to Hill District. More...

May 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama to Perform "Urinetown." More...

May 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Center for Arts Management and Technology Announces eGRANTsm System. More...

May 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Begins Construction of "The Living Roof" on Hamerschlag Hall. More...

May 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Biological Sciences Receives $407,000 NSF Grant To Establish Research Experiences for Undergraduates Site. More...

May 2, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Is the First Conservatory to Begin Webcasting Live Recitals and Concerts. More...

May 2, 2005
David Tepper To Deliver Keynote Address At Carnegie Mellon University Diploma Ceremonies, May 14 and 15. More...

May 2, 2005
Making Friends Helps First-Year College Students Stay Healthy, Carnegie Mellon Study Finds. More...

May 2, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students Develop Plan To Bring Much-Needed Grocery Store To Hill District. More...

April 29, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Successful Collaboration With Greek Institution Culminates With Graduation of First International Class. More...

April 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Robot Will Run Time Trials To Prove It's Got What It Takes To Enter $2 Million Desert Race. More...

April 27, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces 2005-2006 Season. More...

April 26, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Students To Unveil New Studies About Economic, Environmental and Social Benefits of Hybrid and Diesel Cars. More...

April 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon and the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Host 2005 Senior Exhibition "Spectacular! Spectacular!" More...

April 25, 2005
Charlee Brodsky, Professor at Carnegie Mellon, Earns Prestigious Henry Hornbostel Teaching Award. More...

April 25, 2005
Like Proud Parents, Carnegie Mellon Shows Off Student Research at Meeting of the Minds. More...

April 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon and CANA Program Host Appalachian International Fine Arts Show. More...

April 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Junior Isabella Cederquist of Ann Arbor, Mich., Wins Morris K. Udall Scholarship. More...

April 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Sophomore Jennifer Anttonen of Argyle, Texas, Wins Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. More...

April 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Junior Anita Shukla of Wakefield, R.I., Wins Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. More...

April 22, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Physicist Curtis Meyer Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society. More...

April 20, 2005
Carnegie Mellon German Professor Honored For Excellence and Innovation in Teaching. More...

April 20, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Hosts National High School Game Academy During Summer Program. More...

April 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineer Wins Prestigious Beckman Young Investigator Award. More...

April 19, 2005
Acclaimed Poet Alice Fulton To Speak at Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Awards. More...

April 19, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Schools of Drama and Music to Perform "Candide" April 21-23 and 26-30, 2005. More...

April 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Appoints National Energy Expert To Develop New Strategies for Making Gas from Coal. More...

April 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Press Author Snags Poetry's Top Prize—Again. More...

April 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Creates New Nanotechnology Center to Study and Design a New Generation of Technologies. More...

April 13, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Announces Results of Financial Engineering Case Competition. More...

April 13, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Launches "MySecureCyberspace" and Partners With i-SAFE America To Promote Safe, Responsible Computing. More...

April 13, 2005
Children at Carnegie Mellon Preschools Feel the Music With Exhibition To Celebrate Week of the Young Child. More...

April 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon and University of Pittsburgh Create Tool to Understand Rhythms of Neurons: Work Will Aid Neural-Network Modeling, Studies of Learning and Disease. More...

April 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's West Coast Campus Announces Third Annual 2005 RoboCamp-West Program. More...

April 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Spring Carnival and Buggy Races Set for Thursday-Saturday, April 14-16. More...

April 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Are Part of New NSF Center Studying Cybersecurity and Trustworthy Computing. More...

April 5, 2005
The Second Annual Carnegie Mellon University Student and Alumni Art Sale Scheduled for Saturday, April 16. More...

April 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Open Window Into the Ability of Humans to Recognize Faces. More...

April 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor Receives Prestigious Grant to Develop Ethical Standards for Evaluating Medical Research. More...

April 4, 2005
Tepper MBAs Join International Network for Corporate Responsibility. More...

April 1, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Collaborative Research Is Driving Force Behind Revolutionary New Tool for Writing Software Codes. More...

March 31, 2005
William Smith's Susan Bassett Named Director of Athletics at Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 31, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Dragons Take On the World in International Programming Competition. More...

March 31, 2005
The Hug and the SenseChair, Robotic Prototypes Designed To Improve Quality of Life for Aging Population, on Display in New York City. More...

March 30, 2005
Takeo Kanade Gives Papers to Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 28, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Cristina Amon Named One of America's Most Important Hispanics in Technology. More...

March 23, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Names New Directors To Head Prestigious Data Storage Systems Center. More...

March 23, 2005
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author and Critic Louis Menand Will Speak at Carnegie Mellon on the Cold War and "The Cat in the Hat." More...

March 23, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Team Completes Redesign of U.S. Postal Service Domestic Mail Manual. More...

March 21, 2005
Carnegie Mellon to Award Dickson Prize to Harvard Luminary. More...

March 21, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Scientists Develop Technology That Uses MRI To Visualize Gene Expression in Living Animals. More...

March 17, 2005
McGinnis Venture Competition Sends Team To "Super Bowl of Business Plan Competitions." More...

March 17, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Kicks Off Outreach Program To Inspire More Inner-City High School Students To Study Math and Science. More...

March 16, 2005
U.S. Army Honors Carnegie Mellon Professor For Training Soldiers To Detect Land Mines. More...

March 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture's 2005 Hornbostel Lecture: Larry Scarpa, Tuesday, April 18, at 6 p.m. More...

March 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Center for Arts Management and Technology Expands Its Reach to National Nonprofit Arts Organizations. More...

March 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Hosts Talk with Renowned Playwright Kia Cothron, March 21. More...

March 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Study: Adults' Baby Talk Helps Infants Learn To Speak. More...

March 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professors Help with Launch of The Girls, Math & Science Partnership's BrainCake.org. More...

March 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Engineers Collaborate With County Officials To Monitor Air Toxics. More...

March 14, 2005
Can You Read My Mind? W.M. Keck Foundation Funds Innovative Brain Research at Carnegie Mellon. More...

March 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Sophomore Jean Lester Sings Her Way to Miss Buffalo 2005 Crown. More...

March 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Partners with the International Association for the Leisure and Entertainment Industries. More...

March 11, 2005
Understanding the Link Between Mass and Energy: 2005 Buhl Lecture Hosts Theoretical Physicist Hitoshi Murayama To Discuss the Impact of E=mc2. More...

March 9, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop New Software To Detect Viruses in Cell Phones and Other Embedded Systems. More...

March 8, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Announces Appointment of Ralph Horgan to Associate Vice Provost. More...

March 7, 2005
Port Authority To Introduce Carnegie Mellon Voice-Activated Dialogue System To Make Scheduling Information More Accessible. More...

March 7, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar Announces Leadership Symposium. More...

March 4, 2005
University Receives Academic Leadership Award from Carnegie Corporation. More...

March 3, 2005
Chemistry Textbooks Lack Connection to Real Chemistry as Practiced in Industry and at Universities, Report Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh. More...

March 3, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Computational Biologist Selected To Chair Prestigious National Institutes of Health Committee. More...

March 1, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Names Scheines Head of Department of Philosophy. More...

February 25, 2005
Carnegie Mellon To Host New Media Boot Camp Series To Educate Faculty and Researchers About Pitching Stories. More...

February 24, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Arts Greenhouse Presents "We Might Blow Up, But We Won't Go Pop: The Business of Rap Music," Wednesday, March 2. More...

February 24, 2005
Those Who Perform Last Finish First, Carnegie Mellon Researcher Says. More...

February 23, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Heinz School Forms Advisory Council. More...

February 23, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor of Computer Science Elected to the National Academy of Engineering. More...

February 21, 2005
General Motors VP Ralph Szygenda to Speak at Carnegie Mellon Master's Diploma Ceremony. More...

February 21, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Art Presents "No Stone Unturned: A Symposium On Artists + Gardens," Monday, April 11, 2005. More...

February 21, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Makes Its Heinz Hall Debut Sunday, April 24, at 8 p.m. More...

February 21, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Performs at Carnegie Music Hall Friday, April 1, at 8 p.m. More...

February 21, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Fall 2005 Tuition Set; Increase Is 3.26 Percent. More...

February 16, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Launches MapHub Web Site To Record the Sounds of Pittsburgh for an Audible Map. More...

February 15, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute's Watts Humphrey Awarded Prestigious National Medal of Technology. More...

February 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Celebrates German Culture Through Music, Drama and Film. More...

February 10, 2005
Carnegie Mellon and United Defense Form Team To Develop Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicles for the U.S. Marine Corps. More...

February 10, 2005
Carnegie Mellon West Coast Campus Hosts the Space Art Workshops Feb. 10-12. More...

February 9, 2005
National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant Will Propel Carnegie Mellon's New Humanities Center. More...

February 9, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Are Driving Force Behind Emerging New Smart Car Technologies. More...

February 9, 2005
Simulations Show How Growing Black Holes Regulate Galaxy Formation. More...

February 8, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Red Team Seeks Two Million Dollar Robot Racing Prize. More...

February 7, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Names Ed Schlesinger to Head Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. More...

February 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Jazz Ensembles To Perform Annual Winter Concert at Carnegie Music Hall Friday, February 11, at 8 p.m. More...

February 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Night at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Saturday, February 12, at 8 p.m. More...

February 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Performs with Guest Conductor Peter Oundjian, Wednesday, February 16, at 8 p.m. More...

January 28, 2005
Carnegie Mellon vs. University of Southern California in Online Gaming Tournament, Friday, February 4. More...

January 27, 2005
The National Energy Technology Laboratory and Carnegie Mellon University Team Up To Create New Paradigms for Hydrogen Production. More...

January 25, 2005
Acclaimed Carnegie Mellon Professor is Honored for a Lifetime of Scientific Contributions. More...

January 24, 2005
Tepper MBAs Report Improved Job Prospects and Optimistic Outlook. More...

January 24, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Shows That Its New, Automated Tool Successfully Classifies and Relates Proteins in Unprecedented Way. More...

January 20, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Chamber Orchestra To Perform at the Third Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. Sunday, January 30, 2005. More...

January 18, 2005
Sony's Humanoid Robot "QRIO" to Visit Carnegie Mellon Jan. 28. More...

January 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Drama to Perform Three American Plays in Repertory February 28-March 3 and March 14-26, 2005. More...

January 14, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Arts in Society Receives Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant. More...

January 14, 2005
Hewlett Foundation Grant Will Fund The Next Wave of Carnegie Mellon's Free Online Courses. More...

January 13, 2005
Carnegie Mellon University Appoints Deborah Moon As Chief Financial Officer. More...

January 12, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts Presents "Wats:ON?" Jill Watson Distinguished Lecture Series. More...

January 11, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Music Performs "The Italian Girl in Algiers" January 27-30, 2005. More...

January 7, 2005
Carnegie Mellon School of Art Presents Artist Marina Abramovic, Robert Lepper Distinguished Lecturer. More...

January 7, 2005
Living the Dream: Carnegie Mellon Honors Student Winners of Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards. More...

January 7, 2005
Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 17. More...

January 6, 2005
Carnegie Mellon's Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Begins New Year with Three Exhibitions January 14 - March 13. More...

January 6, 2005
French Film Kicks Off Second Annual International Film Festival at Carnegie Mellon. More...

January 6, 2005
Disclosing Conflicts of Interest Can Have Damaging Effects. More...

January 6, 2005
Professor Paul Goodman Produces Second Documentary About Effective, Reliable Work Systems in Developing Countries. More...

January 4, 2005
Explanatoids® Unveils Mural January 5. More...

January 4, 2005
Carnegie Mellon Professor Suzie Silver Exhibits with Hilary Harp at Pittsburgh Filmmakers Galleries, January 7 - February 13, 2005. More...

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