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February 2011

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Feb. 28: Carnegie Mellon's Ski and Snowboard Team Carves Out First Bid to National Championships

Feb. 25: Carnegie Mellon School of Music Presents Exhilarating Smorgasbord of Music During Third Annual Collage Concert

Feb. 25: CMU Sets 4 Percent Tuition Increase for Entering Students This Fall; 3 Percent for Current Students

Feb. 24: Carnegie Mellon Professor Edward S. Rubin Helps California Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Feb. 24: Aron Ralston, Carnegie Mellon Alumnus and Subject of "127 Hours," To Speak at CMU Commencement

Feb. 22: CMU Creative Writing Student Mackenzie Evan Smith Wins Henry Luce Foundation Scholarship

Feb. 18: CMU International Film Festival Focuses on Immigration Issues

Feb. 18: Record Number of Students Apply to Carnegie Mellon for Fall 2011

Feb. 17: Media Advisory: CMU's Cyert Center Celebrates Engineers Week With Model Clay Bridge-Building Challenge

Feb. 17: CMU School of Music's Ronald Zollman Hired as Principal Guest Conductor of Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra

Feb. 17: CMU Professor Krzysztof Matyjaszewski To Receive Esteemed 2011 Wolf Prize in Chemistry

Feb. 14: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon and IBM To Host "Jeopardy!" Viewing Party

Feb. 11: Carnegie Mellon Physics Student Receives Prestigious Churchill Scholarship To Study in England

Feb. 11: Two Carnegie Mellon Professors Elected Into Prestigious National Academy of Engineering

Feb. 11: CMU and IBM Collaborate on Open Computing System for Advancing Research on Question Answering

Feb. 8: Media Advisory: Carnegie Mellon To Receive Scholarship Grant From GM Foundation and Test Drive New Volt at Pittsburgh Auto Show

Feb. 7: Media Advisory: CMU's CAUSE Lecture Series To Present Nell Irvin Painter and "The History of White People"

Feb. 7: Carnegie Mellon's Gregory R. Ganger To Receive Professorship In Electrical and Computer Engineering for Expertise in Computer Systems

Feb. 3: Ernest Green of the "Little Rock Nine" To Share Historic Memories In Black History Month Keynote at Carnegie Mellon, Feb. 10

Feb. 2: Crowd Workers Are Not Online Shakespeares, But Carnegie Mellon Research Shows They Can Write

Feb. 2: CMU Researchers Suggest Standards for Low-Carbon Fuels Based on Life Cycle Tools Likely To Fail

Feb. 2: CMU Receives $1.2 Million NIH Grant To Develop Ethics, Policy Recommendations for Post-Conflict, Post-Disaster DNA ID Practices

Feb. 1: Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama To Bring "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" to New Hazlett

Feb. 1: CMU's Jim Daniels Has Little Talk With Academia, Musicians in New Poetry Book

Feb. 1: Media Advisory: Former Gov. Tom Ridge To Speak About "Getting It Right on Marcellus" at CMU Lecture Series