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January 2009

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Jan. 30: Former US Envoy to Africa Jendayi Frazer Joins Faculty at Carnegie Mellon

Jan. 27: Workplace Racial Harassment Decisions in US Federal Court Affected by Judges' Race, Study Finds

Jan. 27: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon To Host Leading Global Energy Economist Peter Tertzakian As Keynote Speaker For National Global Warming Solutions Conference

Jan. 27: Professionals Discuss Form, Digital Fabrication in Carnegie Mellon's "Code, Form, Space" Mini-Symposium

Jan. 26: Media Advisory: Video Game Enthusiasts To Gather at Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center for Game-Building Marathon

Jan. 21: Carnegie Mellon "Dance Light" Performances Combine Dance, Lighting Design in Dramatic Visual Spectacle

Jan. 20: Carnegie Mellon School of Music Stages Kurt Weill's American Opera, "Street Scene," Jan. 22-25

Jan. 19: The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon Presents "Signs of Change: Social Movement Cultures 1960s to Now"

Jan. 15: Program Announced for Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic's Momentous Carnegie Hall Performance Jan. 30

Jan. 14: Universal Ban on Affirmative Action Would Shrink Minority Presence At Top-Tier Colleges by More Than One-Third, Finds Carnegie Mellon Study

Jan. 13: Carnegie Mellon School of Drama Students Explore Boundaries of Theatre in "PLAYGROUND" Festival

Jan. 13: Carnegie Mellon's Jill Watson Lecture Series Features Renowned Designer Bruce Mao, Artist Peter Fend and Curators Dana Greenwald, Josh MacPhee

Jan. 13: Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Researchers Develop New Software To Improve Design Tools

Jan. 12: Missing Out on Your 40 Winks? You May Wind Up With a Cold, Carnegie Mellon Study Says

Jan. 12: Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic Concert Features Director of Orchestral Studies Candidate, Jan. 18

Jan. 9: Carnegie Mellon Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 19

Jan. 9: Carnegie Mellon To Unveil New Plan for Safer Development of Clean Energy Technologies

Jan. 8: Carnegie Mellon Junior Selected For First Federal Service Student Ambassador Program

Jan. 7: Foundation for Enterprise Development Awards Tepper School Beyster Fellowship Grant For New Research on Advancement of Biotech and Energy Business Models

Jan. 5: Carnegie Mellon Professor of Violin Honored by World Academy of Arts, Literature and Media