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December 2009

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Dec. 22: Carnegie Mellon's Alison Barth Receives Humboldt Foundation's Bessel Research Award

Dec. 22: Tepper Study: Why Do Consumers Buy Extended Service Warranties That Offer Little or No Value?

Dec. 17: Carnegie Mellon Researcher Says Privacy Concerns Could Limit Benefits From Real-Time Data Analysis

Dec. 16: Carnegie Mellon Engineers Develop Machine That Visually Inspects and Sorts Strawberry Plants

Dec. 15: New Study Shows Research Participants Link Pay and Risk Levels

Dec. 15: Charles E. "Chuck" Thorpe To Step Down as Dean

Dec. 15: Three Foundations Grant $4 Million in Awards To Carnegie Mellon's Open Learning Initiative

Dec. 14: Carnegie Mellon Architecture Professor Doug Cooper Creates 2010 Calendar Featuring Images of Pittsburgh

Dec. 14: Consortium of Universities To Provide Services to National Energy Technology Laboratory

Dec. 12: PCHE Responds To Mayor's Demand For Annual $5 Million Payment

Dec. 11: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Help Lead Global Team To Improve Predictions About Air Quality and Climate

Dec. 10: Carnegie Mellon Environmental Scholars To Attend Student Workshops Shadowing Copenhagen Conference

Dec. 9: Carnegie Mellon Scientists Discover First Evidence of Brain Rewiring in Children

Dec. 9: Kelvin Gregory Leads Carnegie Mellon Team Studying Water Quality From Shale Gas Development

Dec. 8: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Receive Grant To Develop Computerized Tools To Train Surgeons for Cryosurgery

Dec. 4: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Launch New Mobile Air-Monitoring Lab To Record Unhealthful Airborne Particles

Dec. 3: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Information Systems Students To Present Final Projects for Local Non-Profits

Dec. 2: Carnegie Mellon and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Unveil Andrew Carnegie Collection Online

Dec. 1: Carnegie Mellon's School of Art Presents BFA Open Studio Day, Dec. 4

Dec. 1: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Engineering Students Demonstrate New Sports Technologies Designed To Improve Golf and Tennis Equipment

Dec. 1: Carnegie Mellon's David S. Ricketts Tapped To Participate In National Academy's First Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium

Dec. 1: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy To Host Robot Competition

Dec. 1: Carnegie Mellon CyLab To Join Innovative New Industry Consortium With Northrop Grumman and Other Academic Institutions