November-Carnegie Mellon News - Carnegie Mellon University

November

So far in the month of November, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.

Qatar Foundation forum honors 15 researchers | The Peninsula

Greenhouse gases soar | Associated Press/Sydney Morning Herald

5 college Thanksgiving traditions | U.S. News and World Report

Hottest major on campus? Computer science | NetworkWorld.com

Intelligent assistance for a better future | South China Morning Post

A plastic that behaves like glass | Chemical and Engineering News

Best of what’s new: Carnegie Mellon Astrobotic Red Rover | Popular Science

Seeing the big (and small) picture: Panoramic tool lets users observe dynamic imagery | Scientific American

New CMUQ dean ‘keen to enroll more Qatari pupils’ | Doha Insight

Sun Yat-sen University partners with CMU to establish institute of engineering | Guangdong News

Super Cameras from NASA are used to register every face within enormous crowd | cubadebate.cu (Translated from Spanish)

132 economists think GOP job plan better for country | CNN iReport

U.S. joins hunt for brutal warlord in Africa | NPR’s “Tell Me More”

Nice guys finish last | Topretailing.com, Chinese News Website

Opinion: Should we further empower Big Brother? | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mark Zuckerberg returns to college with East coast university tour | TechNews.am

10 universities with the most international students | U.S. News and World Report