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January 2007

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Jan. 31: Lauble Awards Recognize Carnegie Mellon Public Policy Students

Jan. 31: School of Music, PSO Present "Carnegie Mellon Night at the Symphony," Feb. 3

Jan. 31: Wing Chosen To Head NSF Computer & Information Science and Engineering Directorate

Jan. 29: Tepper School Appoints Finn Kydland to Simmons Distinguished Professorship

Jan. 29: Trotter Reappointed Head of the History Department

Jan. 29: Carnegie Mellon Receives $2.1 Million For Center for Nonlinear Analysis

Jan. 26: Sustainability, Environmental Education Highlight Presentations at AAAS Meeting

Jan. 26: Scientists Develop Unique "DNA Nanotags"

Jan. 26: Engineers Devise Process To Improve Energy Efficiency of Ethanol Production

Jan. 24: Miller Gallery Opens "Tides" Exhibit Jan. 25

Jan. 23: Lecture Series Presents "A Land Twice Promised"

Jan. 23: Theoretical Physicists Develop Test for String Theory

Jan. 18: Tartan Racing Team Unveils Self-Driving Vehicle

Jan. 17: Zak Named Executive Director for Heinz School Programs in Australia

Jan. 17: Carnegie Mellon Hosts Series of Environmental Talks

Jan. 12: Renowned Architects Featured in Jill Watson Lecture Series

Jan. 12: Guitarist Manuel Barrueco To Perform With Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Jan. 18

Jan. 12: Researchers Develop Interactive Web Site To Improve Travel Risk Information

Jan. 11: Carnegie Mellon Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 15

Jan. 8: Carnegie Mellon, Pitt Launch Joint Ph.D. Program in Structural Biology and Biophysics

Jan. 5: MEIM Program Establishes Home in Hollywood

Jan. 5: School of Drama Announces Visit by Acclaimed Artist John Kani

Jan. 3: Brain Scans Help Predict When People Will Buy Products

Jan. 3: Tepper School Announces PNC Chair in Computational Finance