Printer Friendly

CARNEGIE MELLON TO INSTALL PLAQUE HONORING STUDENT KILLED IN GULF WAR

CARNEGIE MELLON TO INSTALL PLAQUE HONORING STUDENT KILLED IN GULF WAR
 Event: Carnegie Mellon University will install a plaque honoring former student Jorge I. Arteaga, who died a year ago during the Persian Gulf War. Arteaga was an Air Force navigator on a B-52 bomber which crashed in the Indian Ocean while returning from a mission last Feb. 2. Arteaga attended Carnegie Mellon from 1982-85, then attended the University of Pittsburgh, where he earned a computer science degree in 1987. He was an Air Force ROTC cadet as an undergraduate. Classmates and friends organized the effort to install a plaque in his memory.
 When: 4:30 p.m., Monday, Feb. 3
 Where: Carnegie Mellon's ROTC offices on the basement level of Hamburg Hall on Forbes Avenue.
 CONTACT: Don Hale of Carnegie Mellon, 412-268-2900.
 -0- 1/31/92


CD -- PG004 -- 5514 01/31/92 09:54 EST
COPYRIGHT 1992 PR Newswire Association LLC
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 1992 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:PR Newswire
Date:Jan 31, 1992
Words:146
Previous Article:U.S. ROBOTICS SALES UP 46 PERCENT FOR FIRST QUARTER NET EARNINGS INCREASE 59 PERCENT
Next Article:FILENE'S BASEMENT TO ENTER TWIN CITIES MARKET WITH THREE TO FOUR STORES THIS YEAR
Topics:


Related Articles
BELL ATLANTIC AND CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY FINALIZE 10-YEAR AGREEMENT
WEST COAST DRAMA CLAN PRESENTS TELEVISION MOTION PICTURE WORKSHOP
CARNEGIE MELLON CIVIL ENGINEERS RECEIVE $1.9 MILLION FROM IBM FOR STUDY OF 'GREEN' PRODUCT DESIGN
Carnegie Mellon Hosts Founders' Day at West Coast Campus to Honor Silicon Valley Leaders Who Have Given Their Support.
Pittsburgh To Host Press Launch of 20th Century FOX Feature Film 'I, ROBOT'; Carnegie Mellon To Offer Sneak Preview of New Robot Hall of Fame...
Carnegie Mellon's Successful Collaboration With Greek Institution Culminates With Graduation of First International Class.
Carnegie Mellon's Successful Collaboration With Greek Institution Culminates With Graduation of First International Class.
Carnegie Mellon's Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Receives Graduate Fellowship Honoring China's Mao Yisheng.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2016 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters