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November 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Nov. 25: Carnegie Mellon Scientists Offer Explanation for "Face Blindness"

Nov. 24: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Raise Funds To Help Aging Dallas Zoo Elephant Land at Retirement Sanctuary

Nov. 19: Carnegie Mellon Theory of Visual Computation Reveals How Brain Makes Sense of Natural Scenes

Nov. 19: Carnegie Mellon Developing Automated Systems To Enable Precision Farming of Apples, Oranges

Nov. 19: Carnegie Mellon and Sun Microsystems Collaborate To Support Continued Development of Alice Programming Environment

Nov. 18: Media Advisory: Entertainment Technology Center Presents Building Virtual Worlds Show

Nov. 18: Carnegie Mellon Announces 10-Year Strategic Plan

Nov. 17: Gregg Franklin Named Head of Carnegie Mellon's Physics Department

Nov. 12: Media Advisory: As G-20 Meeting Looms, Presidential Transition Begins, Carnegie Mellon Economist Available To Discuss Impact of U.S. Financial Crisis

Nov. 11: Carnegie Mellon Design Professor Elected President of Industrial Designers Society of America

Nov. 11: Carnegie Mellon's Marija Ilic Receives Honorary Chair At Prestigious TU Delft University in The Netherlands

Nov. 11: Carnegie Mellon Artists Use Google Maps Street View Technology for Public Art Project "Street With A View"

Nov. 10: Carnegie Mellon's Philip LeDuc Tapped To Participate in Scientific Think Tank Forums

Nov. 10: Future Tenant Presents "Future Ten 5, Yinzer Edition:" Ten Playwrights, Ten Plays, Ten Minutes Each

Nov. 10: Carnegie Mellon's Dan Hefley To Play Goalie for U.S. National Under 20 Paralympic Hockey Team

Nov. 10: Carnegie Mellon's Deb Moon Named CFO of the Year

Nov. 7: Tepper School Professor Linda Argote Receives Prestigious INFORMS Fellows Award

Nov. 7: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students To Host Industry Panel About Creating Innovation

Nov. 6: Carnegie Mellon's Steinbrenner Institute and College of Engineering Host Media Summit on the Changing Newsroom and Digital Future

Nov. 4: Carnegie Mellon, UNESCO Program Celebrated in International Gallery Shows Featuring Panoramas by Pittsburgh, South African and Trinidad/Tobago Students

Nov. 4: Carnegie Mellon Art Faculty Curates Exhibition Exploring Seductive Pleasures of Instant Information

Nov. 3: Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Presents Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's "Into the Woods"