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Where The Girls Are

McCullough Leads MCS

Wall Street Executive Heads GSIA

Internet Study

Class of 2005 At A Glance

Diversity Recruiting

Robot's Success

Summer News Round-Up

Getting Their Kicks

International Visitors

Trotter Heads History Department

John Anderson Reappointed To CIT

Cell Phones Distract Drivers

New Director of Campus Security

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Where The Girls Are
girl with comforter Carnegie Mellon is where the girls are. This year's freshman class of 1,320 includes 545 women (41%), the most ever in an entering class at Carnegie Mellon. Freshmen arrived on campus Aug. 21 to move into their residence halls (above) and participate in six days of orientation activities. At left, students enjoy part of a giant banana split they built on the Cut. See page 2 for more details about the Class of 2005.
Head of Chemistry Richard McCullough Takes Helm in Mellon College of Science

mccullough photo Richard D. McCullough, a chemistry professor known for his work in creating novel conductive materials, became dean of the Mellon College of Science (MCS) on Aug. 1. He replaced Susan Henry, who resigned in July 2000 to become dean of Cornell University's New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. More..

ken dunn Wall Street Executive, Former Faculty Member to Head Business School

Kenneth B. Dunn, managing director of Morgan Stanley Investment Management and former Carnegie Mellon faculty member, has been named dean of the Graduate School of Industrial Administration (GSIA), effective July 1, 2002.

Kenneth Dunn will replace Douglas M. Dunn, who announced his retirement last spring. Douglas Dunn, whose tenure has focused on faculty hiring and support, extending global partnerships, the intro-duction of the nation's first graduate degree in electronic commerce and key capital improvements for the larger GSIA community, has served as dean of the business school since 1996.

Although Kenneth Dunn will not officially begin his new role until next summer, he said he would initiate strategic planning activities and transition management plans, including regular campus meetings with faculty, students, staff, alumni and other constituents, beginning this January. More..

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