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This Week's Headlines:

  • Julie BrillImproving Treatment for Sickle Cell Patients
  • Round 2: Strategic Planning Town Hall Meeting Seeks Your Input
  • Privacy Day: FTC Commissioner, Faculty Experts To Address Personal Data Concerns
  • Let's Do Lunch: $6 for 6 Days

FTC Commissioner Julie Brill (pictured) is the keynote speaker for CMU Privacy Day, Jan. 28. Read these stories and more in this week's newsletter.


Jefferson Award Winner: Army Vet's Mom Saluted

Darlene ScaleseDarlene Scalese has a lot of experience preparing care packages for a soldier overseas. Since volunteering at Operation Troop Appreciation in 2012, she has kicked her care package prep skills into high gear for hundreds of troops like her son.

Read this story and more in the January Piper.

What's Happening

Monday, January 26, 2015

Calendar Highlights

Calendar Highlights provides a glance at upcoming events at Carnegie Mellon. MORE
Thursday, January 22, 2015

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Discovering Idiosyncratic Brain Patterns in Autism; Preview CMU Libraries New Home Page; PSO Offers Discounts for CMU; CTTEC Sponsors American Invents Act Seminars; Nominate Graduate Students for Teaching and Service.
Thursday, January 22, 2015

Personal Mention

This week's notables are: James Rohr; Lisa Zilinski; Linda Babcock; Edmund Clarke; Jay Aronson; Alex John London; and Siriana Abboud, Joshua Brown, Michelle Mathew, Michael Mingo and Sophie Rose Zucker. MORE

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