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July 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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July 29: Carnegie Mellon Researcher Says China's Growing Export Trade Fuels Climate Change Problems

July 25: In Memoriam: Randy Pausch, Innovative Computer Scientist at Carnegie Mellon, Launched Education Initiatives, Gained Worldwide Acclaim for Last Lecture

July 24: Carnegie Mellon Music Preparatory School Students Take Top Honors at World Piano Competition

July 24: Carnegie Mellon Announces Master Of Tangible Interaction Design Degree

July 24: Carnegie Mellon Study Uncovers Why Low-Income People Buy Lottery Tickets

July 23: Carnegie Mellon Study Says Autism's Social Struggles Due to Disrupted Communication Networks in Brain

July 22: Carnegie Mellon Hosts Second Annual Workshop For Northern Israel's Future Leaders

July 22: Tepper School of Business Announces Leadership Positions

July 18: Tepper School of Business Welcomes New Faculty Members

July 18: Carnegie Mellon Receives High Marks in Reaccreditation

July 17: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Professors To Participate In FCC's Hearing On Broadband And The Digital Future

July 11: Children's School Earns NAEYC Accreditation

July 11: Carnegie Mellon Launches New Mobility Research Center

July 10: Mitchell Small Presents New CO2 Research to Australian Scientists

July 9: Steinbrenner Institute Attracts Top Journalists To Environmental Media Fellowship Program

July 8: Film Critics Can Wield Considerable Influence On Box Office Performance, Finds Carnegie Mellon Researcher

July 8: Gene Therapy Research in Developing Nations Raises Ethical Red Flags, Say Carnegie Mellon, McGill Bioethicists