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January 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Jan. 31: Carnegie Mellon Biological Sciences Student Receives HHMI's Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study

Jan. 30: Media Advisory: Honoring a Commitment to the Region, Lauble Awards Recognize Carnegie Mellon's Heinz School Students

Jan. 28: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive $1.1 Million From Keck Foundation To Pursue New Breakthroughs in Learning How the Brain Works

Jan. 22: Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. Candidate Presents "You Look Terrible: How NOT To Dress For A Job Interview," Jan. 28

Jan. 21: Carnegie Mellon University's Arielle Drummond Named 2008 Black Engineer of the Year for Student Leadership

Jan. 17: Carnegie Mellon's Watson Lecture Series Brings Japanese Architect Kazuyo Sejima to Campus

Jan. 17: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Presents Menotti's Pulitzer Prize-Winning Opera, The Consul

Jan. 15: NSF Awards Carnegie Mellon's Jacobo Bielak $1.6 Million for Earthquake Research

Jan. 15: Carnegie Mellon Honors Student Winners Of Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards

Jan. 14: Carnegie Mellon Guest Lecturer Inspires Social Change Through Art at Laundromats in Poor New York Communities

Jan. 14: Plastic Poetics Exhibit at Carnegie Mellon's Miller Gallery Brings Sculptures and Installations From Four Artists

Jan. 9: Carnegie Mellon Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 21

Jan. 8: University Alliance Works To Increase Robotics Education, Research at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Jan. 8: Carnegie Mellon Joins Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Project

Jan. 7: International Team Identifies 480 Genes That Control Human Cell Division

Jan. 7: Interactive Storytelling Game Created at Carnegie Mellon Is Available at All Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Locations

Jan. 7: David Dombrosky Named New Director of Center for Arts Management and Technology at Carnegie Mellon

Jan. 7: Carnegie Mellon Names Franco Sciannameo New Director of Interdisciplinary Programs

Jan. 3: Novel Mechanism for Long-Term Learning Identified by Carnegie Mellon Researchers

Jan. 3: Carnegie Mellon Study Identifies Where Thoughts Of Familiar Objects Occur Inside the Human Brain