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February 2010

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Feb. 26: Steven Chu Visits Carnegie Mellon Qatar as Distinguished Guest Lecturer

Feb. 26: Carnegie Mellon's Lester Lave To Receive Prestigious Environmental Award From Air and Waste Management Association

Feb. 25: Carnegie Mellon Professor Calculates Real Risk of Driving a Recalled Toyota

Feb. 25: Carnegie Mellon's Chris Hendrickson Leads Team Tracking How U.S. Industry Uses Scarce Water Resources

Feb. 23: Carnegie Mellon's Lorrie Cranor To Address Congressional Subcommittees About Privacy Issues and Location-Based Services

Feb. 23: Carnegie Mellon Qatar Names Interim Dean

Feb. 22: Urban Public Education Advocate Steve Perry To Deliver Carnegie Mellon Black History Month Keynote Address

Feb. 19: The Miller Gallery Presents, Distributes "Art Work: A National Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics"

Feb. 19: Carnegie Mellon's Edward S. Rubin To Discuss U.S. Energy Strategies For Curbing Global Climate Change at Science Conference

Feb. 19: Carnegie Mellon|Portugal Program Celebrates Success of Scholars at 2010 Diploma Ceremony

Feb. 19: Carnegie Mellon Sophomore Bagpiper Earns Early Acceptance to Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Feb. 18: Three From Carnegie Mellon Elected to Prestigious National Academy of Engineering

Feb. 17: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon To Host Rebecca Skloot, Author of "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"

Feb. 17: Carnegie Mellon's Deborah Lange Named To Head Prestigious Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania

Feb. 16: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry To Host Lectures, Performances Exploring How Technology Has Changed Artistic Practice

Feb. 16: Hillary Rodham Clinton Visits Carnegie Mellon's Campus in Qatar

Feb. 15: Carnegie Mellon Receives Record Number Of Undergraduate Applications

Feb. 15: Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Stages Nikolai Gogol's "The Inspector General," Feb. 18-27

Feb. 15: Carnegie Mellon's David A. Dzombak To Chair Prestigious New National Research Committee

Feb. 15: Carnegie Mellon Joins Open Cirrus Test Bed For Advancing Cloud Computing Research

Feb. 15: Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute Receives Fellowships and Internships From Lockheed Martin

Feb. 12: Carnegie Mellon 2.9 Percent Tuition Increase For Fall 2010 Lowest in Decades

Feb. 11: Nathan N. Urban Named Head of Carnegie Mellon's Department of Biological Sciences

Feb. 11: Carnegie Mellon President Jared L. Cohon Says Congressman John Murtha's Vision Led to New Fields of Research

Feb. 5: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's CAUSE Lecture Series To Host Latin American Social History Expert Okezi T. Otovo

Feb. 5: Carnegie Mellon Physicist the First To Measure Energy Released From a Virus During Infection

Feb. 4: Carnegie Mellon Design Professor Partners With Communities To Continue Health Education Awareness Project

Feb. 3: Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama Presents Four New Plays in This Year's New Works Series, Feb. 10-27

Feb. 2: Carnegie Mellon's School of Architecture and P.J. Dick Announce Creation of AECM Fellowship

Feb. 2: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Experts Offer Insights, Both on and off the Field

Feb. 2: Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center and Pitt Team Up To Create New Form of Interactive Theatre for Kids

Feb. 2: Carnegie Mellon Chemistry Major Receives Churchill Scholarship

Feb. 2: Carnegie Mellon's Erica Fuchs To Discuss Implications Of Offshore Manufacturing on Innovation in Washington, D.C.