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September 2009

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Sept. 30: Carnegie Mellon Drama and Architecture Students To Use Lighting To Create Sustainable Design and Brand for City's Cultural District

Sept. 30: QinetiQ North America Awards New Robotics Fellowship at Carnegie Mellon

Sept. 30: Carnegie Mellon's Ole Mengshoel Wins Science Grant To Improve Computer Tools

Sept. 29: Family of Nobel Laureate John A. Pople To Present Nobel Medal To Carnegie Mellon at Inaugural John A. Pople Lectures

Sept. 29: Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Stages John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" Oct. 1–10

Sept. 29: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Humanities Center Lecture Series To Feature Stanford Professor James Ferguson, an Expert on African Studies

Sept. 24: Media Advisory: Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd To Speak at Carnegie Mellon Sept. 24

Sept. 23: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Present "Carnegie Mellon Night at the Symphony" Oct. 3

Sept. 22: Computational Biology Becomes Department in Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science

Sept. 22: Media Advisory: An Action Plan for Renewing Globalization and Economic Growth To Be Detailed At Tomorrow's Pre-G-20 Conference

Sept. 22: Carnegie Mellon’s Pradeep Khosla To Be Keynote Speaker At Launch of New Policy Network Critical to G-20 Leaders

Sept. 22: Carnegie Mellon's Center for Arts in Society Hosts Two Events on Protest and Freedom of Speech

Sept. 21: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Launches Community Music School

Sept. 21: Carnegie Mellon School of Music Ensembles Featured On Professor Balada's Latest Opera Recording

Sept. 18: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Engineering College Hosts News Media To Discuss Coverage of Upcoming G20 Summit

Sept. 17: New Carnegie Mellon Podcast Series Offers Insight Into the G-20

Sept. 16: Facing the Economic Turning Point: A New G-20 Agenda Critical for Restoring Growth and Confidence

Sept. 16: Google Inc. Acquires Carnegie Mellon Spin-off ReCAPTCHA Inc.

Sept. 16: Carnegie Mellon University Press Publishes Book on Pittsburgh in the 21st Century

Sept. 15: Media Advisory: Bill Gates Will Speak at Dedication Ceremony For Carnegie Mellon's Gates and Hillman Centers

Sept. 14: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Students Dress in Traditional Costumes, Release Doves for Peace at Tree Planting Ceremony To Celebrate G-20 Summit

Sept. 11: U.S. Department of Education Renews Carnegie Mellon Grant To Continue Improving Education Research

Sept. 10: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC Offer Technology and Science Tours to Media Covering the Pittsburgh Summit

Sept. 10: Carnegie Mellon's Humanities Center Lecture Series Focuses on Global Connections, Global Responsibilities

Sept. 10: Three Carnegie Mellon Alumni Named Fulbright Scholars

Sept. 9: Bill Gates To Speak at Sept. 22 Dedication of Carnegie Mellon's Gates and Hillman Centers

Sept. 8: Dean Randal E. Bryant Receives Kaufman Award For Seminal Work on Electronic Design Automation

Sept. 8: Carnegie Mellon Faculty, Invited Guests Share G-20 Expertise With Campus Community, Public Throughout September

Sept. 4: Carnegie Mellon's Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure Research Hosts Pre-G-20 Panel on Smart Infrastructure Technologies

Sept. 4: Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering Hosts Washington Speaker Series

Sept. 3: Carnegie Mellon's GigaPan To Help Lakota Teens Document Community at National Geographic Photo Camp

Sept. 3: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Neuroscientist Uses Brain Imaging To Show Why Cell Phones Distract Drivers

Sept. 3: Reviving Economic Growth: Action Plan for Pittsburgh G20 Summit

Sept. 3: New Director of Orchestral Studies Leads Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic in Concert Sept. 16

Sept. 2: Associate Professor of Piano Sergey Schepkin Performs Two Solo Recitals, Sept. 14 and Oct. 19

Sept. 1: Carnegie Mellon Adjunct Professor David Keith Studies Geoengineering as Tool To Limit Extreme Climate Change