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December 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Dec. 23: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Begins Beta Tests on Alice 3 Software; New Version Incorporates Resources from EA Hit Game "The Sims"

Dec. 19: Carnegie Mellon's Children's School Celebrates 40 Years of Child Development Research and Early Childhood Education

Dec. 19: Four Carnegie Mellon Professors Elected AAAS Fellows

Dec. 17: Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Hosts Second Annual Game Education Summit, June 16-17, 2009

Dec. 15: School of Music Faculty Members Release Recordings of Classic, Contemporary and Original Compositions

Dec. 15: Carnegie Mellon Architecture Student Kaitlin Miciunas Awarded 2009 Gindroz Prize for Travel in Europe

Dec. 12: Carnegie Mellon's Yang Cai Develops System To Convert Security Tools Into Health-Monitoring Equipment

Dec. 12: New Tepper School Study Finds Women Get Better Pay, Same Promotion Rates as Men at the Executive Level

Dec. 11: Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts Names Theater Designer Peter Cooke Head of its School of Drama

Dec. 10: Carnegie Mellon Cafe Earns Gold LEED Certification

Dec. 8: Carnegie Mellon Student Wins Prestigious Marshall Scholarship

Dec. 8: Carnegie Mellon's Shawn Blanton Named IEEE Fellow For Contributions to Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dec. 5: Pittsburgh Creativity Project Announces Web Site Launch and 2008 Acknowledgement Recipients

Dec. 4: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Students Host Design Exposition for Innovative Products

Dec. 2: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy Hosts Robot Competition

Dec. 2: Carnegie Mellon, U at Buffalo Collaborate on $4.7 Million Project To Advance Public Transportation for People With Disabilities

Dec. 2: Carnegie Mellon CyLab Survey Unveils Major Gap In the Way U.S. Boards and CEOs Manage Cyber Risks

Dec. 1: School of Music Presents Annual Holiday Concert With Robert Page, Dec. 5