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January 2010

Carnegie Mellon Headlines

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Jan. 28: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's Center for Arts in Society To Host Award-Winning Political Cartoonist Rob Rogers

Jan. 28: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Humanities Center Lecture Series To Present "The Moral and Political Challenges of Climate Change"

Jan. 28: Carnegie Mellon's John Kitchin Receives Early Career Award For Ongoing Research in Clean Energy and Energy Storage Applications

Jan. 27: Carnegie Mellon Releases Data on Haitian Creole To Hasten Development of Translation Tools

Jan. 25: Carnegie Mellon School of Music Will Perform Six Different Genres of Music in the Dynamic Collage Concert, Feb. 12

Jan. 25: EPA Recognizes Carnegie Mellon Among Nation's Top 50 Green Power Purchasers

Jan 25: Students at Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center Recreate Italian Futurist Puppet Ballet "Balli Plastici"

Jan. 25: Carnegie Mellon's Information Networking Institute and CyLab Receive Grant From Verizon Foundation for Cyberawareness Outreach

Jan. 22: Carnegie Mellon History Ph.D. Wins 2010 Heinz Dissertation Award

Jan. 19: Carnegie Mellon's Miller Gallery and STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Host Symposium on Alternative Geography and Mapping Technology, Jan. 28-30

Jan. 19: Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute Celebrates Quarter Century of Leadership

Jan. 19: Carnegie Mellon and Intel Collaborate To Improve Energy Costs and Efficiency in Chip Making

Jan. 18: Carnegie Mellon Honors Student Winners of Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Awards

Jan. 18: Students at Carnegie Mellon Qatar Develop Online Patient Referral System

Jan. 14: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Stages "The Mikado," Gilbert & Sullivan's Comic Opera, Jan 21 – 24

Jan. 13: Carnegie Mellon Scientists Crack Brain's Codes for Noun Meanings

Jan. 12: PCHE Institutions Share Deep Concerns Over Services Fee, Taxes on Future Land Purchases As Suggested in Pennsylvania Senate Bill 1175 and House Bill 2191

Jan. 12: Carnegie Mellon's Philip R. LeDuc Discovers New Protein Function That Could Save Lives

Jan. 11: Carnegie Mellon STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Fellow Leads Project To Theoretically Transform World's Highest, Largest Rooftop

Jan. 11: Carnegie Mellon Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 18

Jan. 7: Carnegie Mellon Announces Knuth and Kleinberg Will Receive Katayanagi Prizes In Computer Science

Jan. 5: IT Sourcing Certification Group Spins Off From Carnegie Mellon