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May 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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May 29: Computer Model Reveals How Brain Represents Meaning

May 28: Researchers Study Possible Effects of a Price on Carbon Dioxide Emissions

May 23: Media Advisory: Engineering Students Showcase New Nanosoccer Skills at RoboCup U.S. Open

May 22: Michael Murphy Named Vice President For Campus Affairs

May 22: Carnegie Mellon Selects Three Professors To Receive University's Highest Faculty Honor

May 22: Assistant Professor Francisco Veloso Named Sloan Industry Fellow

May 19: Miller Gallery Presents Quilt Artist Nancy Crow's Work, June 12—Aug. 15

May 19: Wilfried Sieg Named Suppes Professor of Philosophy

May 16: Scientists Unveil New Tool To Understand Gene Evolution

May 15: University Honors Artist Elizabeth Catlett With Special Exhibition, Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts

May 15: Engineering Grads Land Top Jobs in Financial Sector

May 14: Carnegie Mellon Launches Web Site For "Games With a Purpose"

May 12: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Researchers Automate Analysis of Protein Patterns in Tissues

May 12: Media Advisory: Former Vice President, Nobel Prize Winner Al Gore To Give Keynote Address at Commencement, May 18

May 8: Carnegie Mellon Announces New Degree Fusing the Arts With Computer Science

May 7: Tepper School Team Takes Top Honors at Global Moot Corp® Competition

May 7: Media Advisory: Biomedical Engineering Students Showcase Products To Benefit Consumer Health

May 5: Carnegie Mellon's George Loewenstein Named Fellow of American Academy of Arts & Sciences

May 2: Media Advisory: El Circulo Juvenil de Cultura Participants To Perform Original Play at Carnegie Library's Main Branch

May 1: Media Advisory: Kindergarten Students at Carnegie Mellon's Children's School To Hold Trike-a-Thon Fundraiser for Transplant Recipient

May 1: Carnegie Mellon Technique Accelerates Biological Image Analysis

May 1: Student Work Showcased at Meeting of the Minds Research Symposium, May 7