- Carnegie Mellon Suspends Program in Greece
- Quick Takes: Colleges Prepare for Gustav, Why Harvard Is Examining Its Police Force, Keg Photo Ends Presidency, Central Ark. President Quits, Carnegie Mellon Prof Gets 3 DUI Charges in 8 Days
- $265 Million Pledge to Carnegie Mellon
- Carnegie Mellon wins more than $1 billion in patent case
- $114M in University Funds at Risk in Investment Fraud
- Carnegie Mellon Accidentally Admits 800 Applicants
- Another Inappropriately Awarded Degree
- New Programs: Global Politics, Accounting Technology, Nursing
Quick Takes: 2 Key Science Picks by Obama, Carnegie Mellon Revokes Degree, Chasing New School President, Layoffs at SUNY Press, Texas Regents Nominate Physician as Chancellor, Vandalism at Santa Cruz, 3 Women Accuse VP of Harassment
December 19, 2008
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