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March 2007

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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March 29: Carnegie Mellon Names Award-Winning Professor Head of Modern Languages Department

March 28: Nobel Laureate To Discuss "Future of Physics" In Carnegie Mellon's Buhl Lecture

March 26: School of Drama To Perform Complete Greek Trilogy, "The Oresteia Project," April 11-28

March 26: Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon Establish Center for Computational Thinking

March 23: Microsoft, Carnegie Mellon To Make Announcement at Symposium on Computational Thinking

March 22: University Police Earn Accreditation From Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association

March 22: College of Fine Arts Mourns Loss of Professor Emeritus Cletus Anderson

March 20: Carnegie Mellon Researchers To Collaborate With National Biometric Security Project

March 19: Peking University Wins First Sustainable Technology Award at McGinnis Venture Competition

March 16: State Secretary of Community, Economic Development Will Deliver McGinnis Competition Keynote Address

March 15: Carnegie Mellon Hosts Panel Discussion on Northern Ireland Art, March 22

March 14: Tepper School Alum Discusses Sustainable Technology in New Podcast

March 13: Carnegie Mellon's CyLab Japan Honors First Graduating Class

March 12: Electricity Industry Conference Focuses on Ensuring Reliable Energy Delivery for Next Three Decades

March 12: Carnegie Mellon, University of Pittsburgh Receive NIH, NSF Training Grants

March 9: Carnegie Mellon School of Art Students To Display Work on Local Billboards

March 8: School of Art Presents Festival on Copyright Issues, March 30–31

March 8: Scholar To Examine Social Meaning of Video War Games in Giler Humanities Lecture

March 7: Carnegie Mellon To Host Media Boot Camp for Environmental and Science Faculty

March 7: Pradeep Khosla Receives Prestigious Cyber Education Award From Industry

March 6: Carnegie Mellon Names New Chief Investment Officer

March 6: Art Student Creates Rose Petal Installation Inspired by Science

March 5: Carnegie Mellon Fills Key Marketing, Advancement Roles

March 5: Award-Winning Author, Scientist To Receive Carnegie Mellon's Dickson Prize

March 2: Carnegie Mellon To Celebrate Achievements of Takeo Kanade, March 8–9

March 1: Researchers Urge Regulators To Rethink Strategies for Controlling Soot Emissions