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October 2009

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Oct. 29: Carnegie Mellon's Andrew J. Goldberg Uses Music Technology Skills To Help Startup Grow

Oct. 27: Carnegie Mellon Professor's Startup Company Now Selling Speech-to-Speech Translator iPhone App

Oct. 27: Carnegie Mellon To Dedicate Pedestrian Bridge In Honor of the Late Randy Pausch, Oct. 30

Oct. 26: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's TechBridgeWorld Celebrates Five Years of Bridging the World's Technological Divide

Oct. 26: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Presents Guest Artist Bruce Brubaker in Free Concert and Master Class, Oct. 27-28

Oct. 26: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Center for Arts in Society Presents Discussion on the Media's Representation of Art

Oct. 26: Carnegie Mellon's School of Design Celebrates 75th Anniversary of its Industrial Design Program

Oct. 26: DOE Grant Launches Carnegie Mellon Initiative To Automate Discovery of Astrophysical Phenomena

Oct. 26: Carnegie Mellon To Present Alumni Awards During Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 29-Nov. 1

Oct. 23: Carnegie Mellon Music Professor Sergey Schepkin Named to Prestigious Steinway Artist Roster

Oct. 22: Carnegie Mellon's Rohit Negi Receives Government Stimulus Funds To Develop Tools To Monitor Nation's Fragile Power Grid

Oct. 21: Carnegie Mellon Expands Mobile Learning Project in India With Support From Nokia Research Center in Palo Alto

Oct. 21: Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Featured in Concert for Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project, Nov. 9

Oct. 20: Carnegie Mellon's Steinbrenner Institute To Host Media Roundtable About the Changing Nature of News and Daunting Digital Deadlines

Oct. 20: Media Advisory: President Obama's Top Naval Advisor To Speak at Carnegie Mellon

Oct. 16: Carnegie Mellon University Press Publishes New Edition of Chuck Kinder's Famed "Honeymooners"

Oct. 16: Carnegie Mellon's David Lewis Lecture Series Presents Renowned Practitioner and Urban Theorist Peter Bosselmann

Oct. 16: Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Arts in Society and School of Drama Present "Pittsburgh Eco-Drama Festival," Oct. 23-25

Oct. 15: Dynamics' Success Highlights Business Incubation Process at Carnegie Mellon

Oct. 15: Carnegie Mellon Information Networking Institute's Cyber Academy a Finalist for Prestigious Japan Award

Oct. 15: Popular Science Chooses Carnegie Mellon's Platzer For 2009 "Brilliant 10" List of Young Scientists

Oct. 15: Carnegie Mellon's Von Ahn Wins Packard Fellowship

Oct. 14: Chief of Naval Operations To Address America's Global Navy in Carnegie Mellon Lecture

Oct. 14: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Save Electricity With Low-Power Processors and Flash Memory

Oct. 14: Media Advisory: The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan To Speak at Carnegie Mellon

Oct. 12: Nobel Prize in Economic Science Awarded to Oliver E. Williamson

Oct. 12: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon CyLab To Host Cybersecurity Expert Melissa Hathaway at Sixth Annual Partners Meeting

Oct. 12: Researchers To Develop Probes To Understand Neuronal Navigation

Oct. 9: Carnegie Mellon Appoints New Co-Director of Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition

Oct. 8: Carnegie Mellon School of Music Presents Francis Poulenc's "Dialogues of the Carmelites," Oct. 21-24

Oct. 8: Harold Nelson To Present Carnegie Mellon School of Design's Nierenberg Lecture Oct. 13

Oct. 8: Carnegie Mellon Scientists Develop Method To Make Cortical Neuronal Firing More Efficient

Oct 8: Carnegie Mellon's Adrian Perrig Receives Prestigious Award For Cybersecurity Research From Information Security Magazine

Oct. 7: Carnegie Mellon's Pradeep K. Khosla To Receive Prestigious Academic Excellence Award at 2009 Pan IIT Conference

Oct. 6: Carnegie Mellon's Miller Gallery Presents "Experimental Geography," Guest Curated by Nato Thompson, Oct. 9 - Jan. 31

Oct. 6: Carnegie Mellon's James H. Garrett Jr. Honored By American Society of Civil Engineers

Oct. 2: St. Clair Leads Carnegie Mellon's Research Showcase Digital Initiative

Oct. 1: Carnegie Mellon Hosts 19th Annual International Festival Oct. 8-10