March 13: Vol. 24, No. 33-Faculty & Staff News - Carnegie Mellon University

From important university news announcements to featured event listings, you'll find information here to help you stay informed. The Internal Communications team produces a weekly newsletter, called "The 8.5 x 11 News," which is published online and distributed every Thursday by email. To subscribe to the weekly e-newsletter, visit the subscription form. To find information from the past year, use the navigation index on the left to explore. If you have news of campus interest — an announcement, event, new video or new research endeavor — please pass it on to Internal Communications. Contact Bruce at bg02@andrew.cmu.edu, Heidi at opdyke@andrew.cmu.edu or Kelly at ksolman@andrew.cmu.edu.

March 13: Vol. 24, No. 33

Thursday, March 13, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Parking Changes To Be Discussed; EQT Fund To Support ProSEED; Presenters, Volunteers Needed for Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day; Data Storage Available for CMU Users; Follow FMS on Twitter; Dry Cleaning Services Offered; Class Schedule Has New Look, Features; Students Get Real World Experience; Alice 3 Software in Arabic; Tartans Offer Swimming Lessons for Kids; Free Fridays at Warhol Museum; Buggy Practices Continue; Student Employee Appreciation Lunch Deadline is March 28; Responsible Conduct of Research Seminars Continue.

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Personal Mention

This week's notables are: Leonardo Balada; Chrisina Fong; Reza Vali; Jay Kadane; Nancy Galbraith; Douglas Schmidt; Matt Sarett; and MJ Tocci.

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Movie Filming at CFA Friday

Movie CameraCarnegie Mellon has been selected as one of the locations for a motion picture being filmed in Pittsburgh in March and April. Scenes for the movie will be filmed inside and outside of the College of Fine Arts building on Friday, March 14. MORE
Thursday, March 13, 2014

Edward Snowden's Attorney Among Panelists for Cybersecurity Discussions at Carnegie Mellon

Cybersecurity imageCarnegie Mellon's College of Engineering will play host to two panel discussions on "The Future of Cybersecurity and Global Journalism," sponsored by the Overseas Press Club of America. Snowden's lawyer Ben Wizner will address "The Big Picture: The National Security Agency After Snowden" via Skype. MORE