Carnegie Mellon News Online Edition: September 6, 2001
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Where The Girls Are

McCullough Helms 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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International One

International Visitors

International Two Several high-ranking international officials visited campus this summer to tour university facilities and learn more about some of Carnegie Mellon's academic and research programs. In the top photo, Associate Vice President for University Advancement Kyle Fisher Morabito welcomes Lu Fuyuan, vice minister of education for the People's Republic of China. At left, Pradeep Khosla (far right), head of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, shows Lalit Mansingh, the Indian ambassador to the United States, a control panel for a modular robot designed for military rescue missions and space research. At right, Andile Ngeaba, the South African director general of communications, talks with Provost Mark Kamlet (left) and Professor PaulInternational Three Goodman. Ngeaba was on campus attending the graduation ceremony for 30 South African students who earned a master's degree in information technology.


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