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May 2007

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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May 31: Carnegie Mellon Properties Cited for Efficiency, Sustainability, Green Design

May 31: NASA-Funded Robotic Sub Finds Bottom of World's Deepest Sinkhole

May 31: School of Music To Hold Summer Workshops on Dalcroze Method

May 30: Carnegie Mellon Students Win Freeman-ASIA Awards for Summer Study Abroad in Shanghai, China

May 30: Carnegie Mellon Names Peter Lee To Lead Computer Science Department

May 29: Experts on Economics of Data Security To Gather at Carnegie Mellon

May 29: Carnegie Mellon Fine Arts Faculty, Students Collaborate in 2007 Solar Decathlon

May 25: Center for Arts Management and Technology Receives Techie Award for Creating New Software

May 24: Carnegie Mellon Project Boosts Book Digitization Efforts

May 23: Entrepreneurship Course To Spur Home-Grown Technology Companies in Qatar

May 22: Carnegie Mellon Professor Honored for Computational Complexity Breakthrough

May 21: Carnegie Mellon President Jared L. Cohon Reappointed for Third Five-Year Term

May 17: Good Decision-Makers May Be Made, Not Born, Says Carnegie Mellon Study

May 16: PNC, GE Executives To Address Tepper School of Business Graduates

May 16: Bill Cosby To Deliver Keynote Address at Commencement, Sunday, May 20

May 15: Carnegie Mellon Adds Four More 'Bots to Robot Hall of Fame

May 15: Steinbrenner Institute To Host Town Hall Meeting With DEP Secretary Kathleen McGinty To Discuss State's Energy Strategy

May 15: Psychologist's "Dependency Paradox" Captures Academic Prize From Britain's Mind Gym

May 14: Two More Carnegie Mellon Professors Selected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

May 14: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Help Explore World's Deepest Sinkhole

May 10: "Reverse Alarm Clock" Keeps Young Children Sleeping

May 9: Robot Hall of Fame To Announce 2007 Inductees at RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition, May 15 in Boston

May 9: Chemical Engineers Work To Identify New Materials To Help Make Hydrogen a Staple for Consumer Vehicles

May 8: Carnegie Mellon Preserves History of Gaming "Firsts" With Updated Game Innovation Database

May 7: Carnegie Mellon Shows Off Best and Brightest During Meeting of the Minds

May 7: Carnegie Mellon Professor Receives Microsoft New Faculty Fellowship

May 7: Page and Whittaker Receive University's Highest Faculty Honor

May 3: Granger Morgan Elected to Prestigious National Academy of Sciences

May 3: Brownfields Center Hosts Event To Unveil Recommendations for Route 8 Corridor