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September 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Sept. 29: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Center for Arts Management and Technology To Host Technology in the Arts Conference, Oct. 9-11

Sept. 29: Groundbreaking Findings on Autism To Be Presented at Carnegie Mellon International Symposium

Sept. 29: Nearly 70 Percent of State Voters Support Legal Recognition Of Same-Sex Relationships, Deliberative Poll Says

Sept. 29: Entertainment Technology Center Press Publishes "Beyond Fun: Serious Games and Media"

Sept. 26: Carnegie Mellon School of Art Purchases Travel Trailer To Host Short-Term Artist Residencies

Sept. 26: Graduate Students To Host Political Fair With Elected Officials Oct. 3

Sept. 26: Media Advisory: Local Voters To Gather at Carnegie Mellon on Sept. 27 for Statewide Deliberative Poll on Same-Sex Marriage

Sept. 26: Diversity Expert Steve Robbins To Speak at Carnegie Mellon Oct. 16

Sept. 24: Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute, Alta Associates Announce 2008 Scholarship Winner

Sept. 24: Media Advisory: Topping-Off Ceremony Marks Completion of Steel Erection For Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science Complex

Sept. 23: Art Professor Lowry Burgess Featured in Exhibition at French Space Agency

Sept. 23: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Pradeep Khosla To Testify at Congressional Hearing About GI Bill Implementation

Sept. 23: Poet Matthea Harvey Kicks Off Carnegie Mellon's Adamson Visiting Writers Series, Oct. 23

Sept. 22: Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivor To Speak at Carnegie Mellon Sept. 26

Sept. 18: College of Engineering Launches New Speakers Series in Washington, D.C.

Sept. 18: School of Art Lecture Series Presents Renowned Artists on Humanity, Politics and Culture

Sept. 18: School of Drama Presents Gao Xinjiang's "The Other Shore"

Sept. 18: Duke, Carnegie Mellon To Lead New Center To Study Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology

Sept. 16: Media Advisory: Memorial Service for Randy Pausch is Monday, Sept. 22

Sept. 16: Media Advisory: Miller Gallery's "Your Town, Inc." Exhibit Hosts Hometown BBQ Reception

Sept. 16: "Justice Illuminated: The Art of Arthur Szyk" To Be Exhibited At Carnegie Mellon's Posner Center, January-March 2009

Sept. 16: Media Advisory: Noted Economist To Discuss "Dark Markets" in Carnegie Mellon's Nash Distinguished Lecture

Sept. 15: Carnegie Mellon's Luis Rico-Gutierrez Receives David Lewis Directorship Appointment

Sept. 15: U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez, CEOs Discuss Development of Energy Technology at Carnegie Mellon

Sept. 15: School of Music Collaborates with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra on Vienna Days

Sept. 15: Carnegie Mellon's Larry Pileggi Wins Aristotle Award for Outstanding Teaching

Sept. 12: Entertainment Technology Center Professor Jesse Schell Offers Advice in New Book, "The Art of Game Design"

Sept. 12: David Lewis Lecture Series Presents World-Renowned Urban Planner and Designer Joan Busquets

Sept. 10: Media Advisory: Business Week Writer To Discuss How Mathematical Experts Are Tracking Our Digital Footprints

Sept. 10: Carnegie Mellon Faculty Collaborate To Build Biodiesel Engine Generator To Power Intelligent Workplace

Sept. 9: Carnegie Mellon's 2008-09 CAUSE Speaker Series Begins Sept. 26

Sept. 9: Robotics Institute and Caterpillar Inc. To Automate Large Off Highway Haul Trucks

Sept. 8: School of Music Launches New Quartet-in-Residence Program

Sept. 8: New York Times Labor Reporter Steven Greenhouse To Speak At Carnegie Mellon

Sept. 5: Prominent Presidential Rhetoric Expert Kathleen Hall Jamieson To Speak at Carnegie Mellon

Sept. 4: Yu-Li Wang To Lead Innovative Biomedical Engineering Department

Sept. 3: College of Fine Arts Offers Creative Programs, Taste of College Life for Youth

Sept. 3: Carnegie Mellon's Burak Ozdoganlar To Host International Conference On MicroManufacturing

Sept. 3: Carnegie Mellon One of Four Sites Hosting First Statewide Deliberative Poll on Same-Sex Marriage

Sept. 2: Increase in Youth Suicide Rate Following Decade-Long Decline May Reflect Emerging Health Crisis, Researchers Say

Sept. 2: Carnegie Mellon Celebrates the Life of Randy Pausch

Sept. 2: Media Advisory: Republican Party's Search of Anchor, Identity May Begin at 2008 Convention, Says Carnegie Mellon Expert