September-Carnegie Mellon News - Carnegie Mellon University

September

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

The new Ivy League: Unigo List | The Huffington Post

Are small batteries the future for hybrid cars? | International Business Times

Pittsburgh native invests in hometown | The Wall Street Journal

Carnegie Mellon plans to build campus in Rwanda | The International Herald Tribune/The New York Times

Bernanke is tolerating dissent but pushing past it | The Mainichi Daily News, Japan

Health insurers will give claims data to institute | The Wall Street Journal

Carnegie Mellon U. gets $265-million pledge | The Chronicle of Philanthropy

U.S. university to open campus in Rwanda | Associated Press/The Hindu, India

Violent crime in U.S. down 12% in 2010 | Associated Press/TIME.com

Carnegie Mellon U. to open campus in Rwanda, a milestone for Africa | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Goodfriend says Fed needs more data before new round of asset purchases | Bloomberg.com

Insight: Power reliability will cost Americans more | Reuters.com

Renewing advanced placement | Chemical and Engineering News

Teaching 9/11: How educators are responding 10 years later | The Christian Science Monitor

Historic gift: The Dietrich donation will be felt beyond CMU | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

9/11's effect on tech Marketplace | American Public Media

Brazil cut to keep inflation high, Macquarie's Welch says | Bloomberg.com

Former CEO donates $265 million to Carnegie Mellon | The Wall Street Journal

Donor's tale centers on family, education | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Base-jumping robot throws itself off buildings | New Scientist

$265 million promised to Carnegie Mellon | The New York Times

Carnegie Mellon receives $265 million pledge | Associated Press

Put your thinking cap on | The Economist, United Kingdom

Tech CEOs in 2011: Where are the Women? | International Business Times, United Kingdom

How to handle a tough audience | American Psychological Association