February 2007 Headlines
Carnegie Mellon Receives $1 Million Scholarship Grant From U.S. Steel Foundation's Education Program
Carnegie Mellon University has been awarded a five-year, $1 million scholarship grant from the United States Steel Foundation. The grant, part of the foundation's 2006 Education Program, will offer support to engineering and business students who have financial need and display leadership qualities and academic excellence.
Carnegie Mellon, Blue Shield Study Shows Expanded Case Management for Serious Illnesses Improves Health Outcomes, Reduces Costs
IBM Executive Offers Business Insight to ECE Women
Event Features Cathy Lasser, Vice President of Industry Solutions and Emerging Business, IBM Research
Carnegie Mellon Software Steers NASA's Mars Rover
First Test of New Autonomous Capability on Mars is Promising
Zimmerman, Tomasic Receive $50,000 Grant from Google
Google has donated a $50,000 gift to a collaborative research project involving the Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) and the Institute for Software Research International (ISRI).