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October 2007

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Oct. 31: Carnegie Mellon's "Boss" Robot First To Qualify for DARPA Urban Challenge

Oct. 30: Society for History of Technology Presents Da Vinci Medal to Carnegie Mellon Professor

Oct. 29: Carnegie Mellon Art Professor Organizes Worldwide Photo Exhibit Featuring Images Reflecting What Iran's Capital May Look Like

Oct. 29: Carnegie Mellon Students Host Region's First Bhangra Competition

Oct. 29: Carnegie Mellon Hosts 17th Annual International Festival, Nov. 1-3

Oct. 26: Carnegie Mellon Receives $22 Million In Grants From Heinz Endowments

Oct. 26: Carnegie Mellon University Awards Honorary Doctorate To Former India President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Oct. 26: Carnegie Mellon's Volker Hartkopf Named Chair of United Nations Environmental Initiative

Oct. 25: Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute, Moon Area School District Unveil New Game To Make Students Cyber Safe

Oct. 25: Carnegie Mellon Is One of the "Coolest," Says Sierra Magazine Cover Story

Oct. 25: Carnegie Mellon's Tartan Racing Team Prepares for DARPA Qualification Event

Oct. 24: General John Abizaid, Who Commanded Troops In Iraq, To Speak at Carnegie Mellon, Oct. 31

Oct. 23: Carnegie Mellon To Present Alumni Awards During Homecoming, Reunion Weekend, Oct. 25-28

Oct. 23: Carnegie Mellon's Tartan Racing Team To Brief Reporters, Nov. 2

Oct. 22: Carnegie Mellon Receives $25 Million Gift for Life Sciences Initiatives

Oct. 22: Carnegie Mellon's CyLab and Nortel Combine Efforts To Research Leading Security Technologies

Oct. 19: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students, Steelers Mascot Steely McBeam To Pack Christmas Care Boxes For Carnegie Mellon Alums Serving in U.S. Military

Oct. 19: Carnegie Mellon School of Music Performs Tony Award-Winning Musical "Nine" Oct. 25-28

Oct. 18: Carnegie Mellon Professor Takeo Kanade To Receive Okawa Prize For Contributions Impacting Fields of Information, Telecommunications

Oct. 18: Randy Pausch To Appear on "Oprah"

Oct. 18: Carnegie Mellon To Host Media Boot Camp For Engineering and Science Faculty

Oct. 16: Carnegie Mellon, Pitt Team To Study Psychosocial Stress

Oct. 15: Carnegie Mellon Research Team Analyzes Internet Black Markets

Oct. 12: Carnegie Mellon To Award Honorary Doctorate to Former Indian President

Oct. 12: Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. Student Designs Smart Thermostat That Responds to Body's Skin Temperature, Heart Rate

Oct. 12: Prestigious DAAD Prize Goes to Carnegie Mellon German Professor

Oct. 10: Stress Contributes to Range of Chronic Diseases, Carnegie Mellon Psychologist Says

Oct. 9: Carnegie Mellon Hosts Technology in the Arts Conference With Keynote Speaker Jake Barton, Oct. 12-13

Oct. 9: Carnegie Mellon's CAUSE Speaker Series Kicks Off Oct. 12

Oct. 8: Carnegie Mellon Drama Student Wins Javits Fellowship For Graduate Study in the Arts and Humanities

Oct. 8: Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Plays Bernstein, Tchaikovsky Under Conductor Morales, Oct. 10

Oct. 8: Carnegie Mellon Names Leading Education Researcher to Bingham Professorship

Oct. 5: Tepper School Hosts Research Chiefs From eBay, Google, Yahoo! For "Hurdles to eBusiness" Conference

Oct. 4: Carnegie Mellon Welcomes National Cyber Experts To InfraGard Pittsburgh's 2007 Safe Schools Conference

Oct. 4: Carnegie Mellon and KAIST To Launch Dual Degree Program in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Oct. 3: Student Conference Focuses on Computer Science Research

Oct. 2: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Fight Phishing Attacks with Phishing Tactics