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October 2010

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Oct. 29: Alumna's Student Art Portfolio From 1940s On Display at CMU's Ellis Gallery, Nov. 4-6

Oct. 28: Obituary: Watts Humphrey Succeeded in Changing the World of Software Engineering

Oct. 27: Researchers, Educators Discuss "Science Never Seen Before" At Inaugural Scientific Conference on Gigapixel Imaging

Oct. 27: Kauffman Foundation Recognizes Carnegie Mellon As National Leader in Commercialization Efforts

Oct. 25: CMU's School of Music Celebrates Chopin's Bicentennial With Weekend of Performances, Oct. 30-31

Oct. 22: CMU's David Dzombak Selected To Participate in National Lecture Tour About Environmental Issues

Oct. 21: Carnegie Mellon Researchers Break Speed Barrier in Solving Important Class of Linear Systems

Oct. 21: Carnegie Mellon Honored With EPA's Green Power Leadership Award

Oct. 19: CMU's Information Networking Institute, Alta Associates Announce Fellowship Recipient

Oct. 19: Carnegie Mellon University President Jared L. Cohon Elected Chairman of Executive Committee of the Association of American Universities

Oct. 19: Culturally Inspired Mobile Phone Games Help Chinese Children Learn Language Characters, Carnegie Mellon Research Shows

Oct. 18: Media Advisory: CMU To Create Human Histogram of Heights in Honor of World Statistics Day

Oct. 14: "Lighthead" by CMU's Terrance Hayes Selected As a Finalist for 2010 National Book Awards

Oct. 14: CMU's Information Networking Institute, WQED Multimedia To Create Cybersecurity Outreach Programs

Oct. 13: Broadcast Advisory: Carnegie Mellon Expert Available To Discuss "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy, Federal Injunction

Oct. 12: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon's CAUSE Lecture Series To Feature Talk on the Remaking of Black America

Oct. 12: "From Milltown to Malltown," CMU Professors Explore Steel Valley Communities Through Poetry and Photography

Oct. 12: Carnegie Mellon, FBI Announce Competition Promoting Internet Safety Awareness

Oct. 11: U.S. Department of Education Releases Teaching Guide for Fractions Developed by CMU Cognitive Psychologist Robert Siegler

Oct. 11: CMU Receives Andy Warhol Foundation Grant To Research Contemporary Artists Working at the Intersection of Art, Science and Technology

Oct. 8: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon and FBI Officials To Announce National Program Promoting Internet Safety

Oct. 8: Carnegie Mellon, Goldman Sachs Gives Announce $2 Million Grant To Support Students Hurt by Recession

Oct. 6: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Stages "Mozart Scenes: The Trials of Love," Oct. 21-24

Oct. 6: Carnegie Mellon Spinoff YinzCam To Help Steelers Football Nation Stay Connected

Oct. 5: Carnegie Mellon's Metin Sitti and Colleagues Work To Use Gecko Biology for Printing Electronics on Complex Surfaces

Oct. 5: Carnegie Mellon's School of Music Celebrates Life of Pianist, Alumnus Earl Wild, Saturday, Oct. 9

Oct. 4: Carnegie Mellon University Press Acquires Stock of Eastern Washington University Press

Oct. 4: Carnegie Mellon Releases Specifications, Software For Low-Cost Automated Braille Writing Tutor

Oct. 1: CMU, MIT and Union Study Shows Collective Intelligence of Groups Exceeds Cognitive Abilities of Individual Group Members

Oct. 1: CMU's Philip R. LeDuc Named to Board of Directors For National Biomedical Engineering Society

Oct. 1: Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering To Host Media Summit About Shift to Niche News