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February 2007

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Feb. 28: Environmental Justice Will Be Focus of Weekend Symposium at Carnegie Mellon

Feb. 28: Researcher Wins Prestigious Career Award From National Science Foundation

Feb. 28: NASA's Robotic Sub Readies for Dive Into Earth's Deepest Sinkhole

Feb. 26: Controlling Livestock Ammonia Emissions Could Reduce Harmful Atmospheric Particles Blanketing East Coast

Feb. 26: Carnegie Mellon To Host Computational Linguistics Olympiad, March 29

Feb. 26: Philharmonic Performs Works by Hindemith in Cleveland, May 3

Feb. 22: University Hosts Author of New Book Giving Inside View of Robotics Institute

Feb. 20: James H. Garrett Jr. Named Professor of the Year by Engineering Society

Feb. 20: Information Systems Professor Honored for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching

Feb. 19: Effective Carbon Control Policy Improves Competition, Climate, Cost of Power Generation

Feb. 19: Tackling Climate Change Will Require Expertise From Several Fields

Feb. 16: Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Announces 2007–08 Season

Feb. 16: Philharmonic Performs Works by Bernstein, Hanson and Gershwin, Feb. 20

Feb. 16: Interdisciplinary Programs Present Ninth Annual Kaleidoscope Exhibit

Feb. 16: Carnegie Mellon Sets Tiered Tuition Increase for Undergraduates in Fall 2007

Feb. 16: No Reason To Panic Over Increase in Murder Rate, Expert Says

Feb. 15: New Study Shows Expanded Case Management Improves Health Outcomes, Reduces Costs

Feb. 14: Carnegie Mellon Establishes Katayanagi Prizes in Computer Science in Collaboration With Tokyo University of Technology

Feb. 13: Carnegie Mellon Software Steers NASA's Mars Rover

Feb. 13: Trailblazing Historian To Deliver First Margaret Morrison Women's History Lecture

Feb. 13: Carnegie Mellon Receives Record Number of Undergraduate Applications

Feb. 9: Sustainable Technology Award Added to McGinnis Venture Competition

Feb. 8: Engineering Students Tapped To Help City Develop Broadband Wireless Strategy

Feb. 7: Loftness Appointed to World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Feb. 7: School of Drama Presents "The Memorandum," Feb. 7–10

Feb. 7: Mechanical Engineering Researcher Says Artificial Cells Could Fight Disease

Feb. 6: Carnegie Mellon Receives $1 Million Grant From U.S. Steel's Education Program

Feb. 6: New Mood-Sharing Gadget Helps Computer Users Express Their Feelings

Feb. 6: "Campus Conversations" Get Boost Thanks to Phi Beta Kappa

Feb. 5: School of Drama Presents "Playground: A Festival of Student Work," Feb. 15–17

Feb. 5: Landmark Study Finds People Underestimate Power of Drug Cravings