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July 2009

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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July 30: Paul D. Nielsen Reappointed as Software Engineering Institute Director, CEO

July 28: Carnegie Mellon's Wireless Innovations Lead To Development Of Popular Wi-Fi Tools For a Mobile Global Workforce

July 23: Carnegie Mellon Team Leads U.S. Project Recommending Regulations For Safe Capture and Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide

July 22: Carnegie Mellon's CyLab and Information Networking Institute Help Faculty Nationwide Develop Improved Security Assurance Programs

July 20: Carnegie Mellon's Andrew Gellman Receives $2 Million Research Grant From Energy Department To Study Catalytic Reactions With High Selectivity

July 16: Curbing Executive Pay Incentives Would Devastate Shareholder Equity, Indicates Carnegie Mellon Research

July 15: Two Carnegie Mellon Professors Named to Security Panel Convened by National Academies

July 15: Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture's K-12 Outreach Program Receives NEA Grant

July 14: Carnegie Mellon's Sanna Gaspard Works To Develop Tool To Ease Cost and Stress of Deadly Bedsores

July 10: Carnegie Mellon's Carlos Guestrin Wins Presidential Early Career Award

July 9: Carnegie Mellon Humanities and Social Sciences Professors Win 2009 Guggenheim Fellowships

July 9: Carnegie Mellon's Steinbrenner Institute To Showcase Environmental Research and Pittsburgh's G-20 Venues To Media Fellows

July 8: Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Press Releases "Well Played 1.0: Video Games, Value and Meaning"

July 8: Tepper School of Business Welcomes Nine New Faculty Members

July 8: Carnegie Mellon's Jeremy J. Michalek Wins Prestigious Mechanical Engineering Award

July 7: Carnegie Mellon University Announces 2009 Friedman Internship Winners

July 6: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find Social Security Numbers Can Be Predicted from Publicly Available Information