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October 2008

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Oct. 29: The Miller Gallery Presents Major Exhibition of The Yes Men

Oct. 28: Carnegie Mellon CyLab, Information Networking Institute Receive Grant To Help Minority Institutions Grow Information Security Programs

Oct. 28: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon To Host Scientific Symposium About Urban Water Challenges for Ohio River Basin

Oct. 27: Carnegie Mellon Announces Public Phase of Comprehensive $1 Billion Campaign Targeted to Endowment, Future Growth

Oct. 24: Carnegie Mellon Dedicates New H. John Heinz III College

Oct. 23: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Awards Grant to Carnegie Mellon Scientist for Innovative HIV Research

Oct. 22: Cultural Anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson To Lecture at Carnegie Mellon Oct. 30

Oct. 21: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Students To Host National Bhangra Competition Nov. 8

Oct. 21: Famous Conductor Keith Lockhart To Lead Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall

Oct. 20: RI Commemorates Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Field Robotics and Red Whittaker's 60th Birthday

Oct. 20: Carnegie Mellon To Present Alumni Awards During Homecoming, Reunion Weekend, Oct. 24-26

Oct. 20: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students, Froggie Radio Mascot To Pack Care Boxes for Afghan School Children

Oct. 20: Tepper School of Business Announces Honors for Two Distinguished Finance Professors

Oct. 17: Civil Rights Expert To Speak at Carnegie Mellon Oct. 21

Oct. 17: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute To Share Internet Safety Tips With Children at Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh

Oct. 16: Early Exposure to Drugs, Alcohol Creates Lifetime of Health Risk, Says Carnegie Mellon Professor

Oct. 16: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Enlist Former Steeler Jerome Bettis To Help Kick Off National Toys For Tots Drive

Oct. 16: Society for History of Technology Presents Leonardo da Vinci Medal to Carnegie Mellon Professor

Oct. 15: Teresa Heinz To Host Panel Discussion on Climate Change and Energy Policy

Oct. 14: Lunar Prospecting Robot To Be Field Tested on Hawaii's Mauna Kea

Oct. 13: Carnegie Mellon's Erica Fuchs To Address Changing Face of DARPA in Spurring Innovation

Oct. 13: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon To Receive $900,000 from the EPA for Brownfields Research, Development

Oct. 9: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon To Demonstrate Lunar Prospecting Robot

Oct. 6: New Musical "Bubble Boy" Selected for Workshop Featuring Academy Award-Winning Composer/Lyricist Stephen Schwartz

Oct. 6: Carnegie Mellon's Dena Haritos Tsamitis Wins Prestigious Women of Influence Award

Oct. 6: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Biomedical Engineers Get To Test New Surgical Robotic Systems

Oct. 3: Better Policies - Not Regulation - Key To Stemming Economic Instability, Say Tepper School Economists

Oct. 2: Etran Finatawa Showcases Nomadic Blues at Carnegie Mellon's International Festival

Oct. 2: Carnegie Mellon's Jon Peha Named Chief Technologist For the Federal Communications Commission

Oct. 1: Media Advisory: International Festival Keynote Discusses How "Sesame Street" Creates Educational Programming For Global Audiences

Oct. 1: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Naval ROTC Celebrates Change of Command With Pomp and Bagpipes