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Thursday, May 29, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: New Members Elected to Board of Trustees; C-MITES Program Accepting Applications for June and July Classes; Cyert Center Has Openings for 2014-2015 Program; Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Biannual Reports Garner Three Hermes Awards; Call for Library Excellence Award Nominees; Gesling Stadium Field and Track Closed Through July 19; Summer Hours Set for Rec and Fitness Facilities; Andy Award Nominations Now Being Accepted; Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women Opens Enrollment; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; Cedar Point Tickets Available, Too. MORE
Thursday, May 22, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Astrobotic, NASA sign Small Business Innovation Research Contract; Queer History Project Presents First Exhibit; Call for Library Excellence Award Nominees; Summer Hours Set for Rec and Fitness Facilities; Hear Me 101 Project Public Screening is Today; Bicycles To Be Removed Today and Tomorrow; Andy Award Nominations Now Being Accepted; Kennywood Picnic is Saturday, June 14; Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women Opens Enrollment; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; Cedar Point Tickets Available, Too. MORE
Thursday, May 15, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Endowed Fund To Support Student Recruitment; PSC Helps Supply Vaccines to Children in West Africa; Finch Robots Now in Chicago Libraries; Hear Me 101 Project Sets Public Screening for May 22; Mandates for Renewable Energy Driving Wind-Related Patents; Parking Restricted, Stadium Closed for Commencement Prep; UHS Offers Skin Cancer Screenings; Bicycles To Be Removed, May 22-23; Andy Award Nominations Now Being Accepted; Kennywood Picnic is Saturday, June 14; Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women Opens Enrollment; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; CedarPoint Tickets Available, Too.

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Thursday, May 8, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Staff Council Announces Election Winners; Parking Restrictions for Sunday's Race for the Cure; Warhol Documentary Premieres Saturday; Parking Restricted, Stadium Closed for Commencement Prep; NASA Chooses Astrobotic for Lunar Landing Initiative; UHS Offers Skin Cancer Screenings; Bicycles To Be Removed, May 22-23; Andy Award Nominations Now Being Accepted; Carnegie Mellon Today Wins Communicator Awards; Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women Opens Enrollment; Planning for Veterans Day 2014; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park.

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Last Call: Parking Applications Due at 5 p.m., Friday, May 2; Vote for Your Staff Council Reps; President's Open Forum is May 13; Andy Award Nominations Now Being Accepted; MFA Students Create "For the Birds" Visual Symphony; CMU Participates in USA Science and Engineering Festival;  Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women Opens Enrollment; Andy Award Nominations Now Being Accepted; Discounted Tickets Available To See "Orphee"; Planning for Veterans Day 2014; Save the Date: Staff Picnic, May 21; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; DHTI Requests Proposals; Take Information Security 101.

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Thursday, April 24, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Vote for Your Staff Council Reps; Discounted Tickets Available To See "Orphee"; DEA National Take Back Day is Saturday; Planning for Veterans Day 2014; Students Win Better Buildings Competition; Save the Date: Staff Picnic, May 21; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; Girls of Steel Compete in FIRST Championship; Student Forum Seeks Future Leaders; DHTI Requests Proposals; Take Information Security 101; Nominations Now Open for Student Organization Awards; Meditation Sessions Thursdays.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

News Briefs

This week's news briefs include: Parking Open Enrollment Begins April 21; Save the Date: Staff Picnic, May 21; Walking Wednesday Presents Pack the Track, April 23; Staff Council Offers Tickets to Hershey Park; Student Forum Seeks Future Leaders; Student Employees Honored; Startup Puts Power in Your Step; PSC Develops "HOV Lane" for Traffic on Internet2; DHTI Launches Request for Proposals; Register Your Child for Daughters and Sons to Work Day; Take Information Security 101; Vanguard Presents Retirement Education Workshops; Dietrich College Seeks Student Volunteers To Organize Colloquium; Nominations Now Open for Student Organization Awards; Meditation Sessions Thursdays.

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