Madeline Smith, Computer Science 2010, has been selected as one of the recipients of Google's prestigious Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on the strength of the candidate's academic background and demonstrated leadership.
Madeline has also had a paper accepted for presentation at the 2010 Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) Conference. The paper, titled " Infants Control of a Robotic Mobility Device," details research performed by Madeline in collaboration with faculty and student researchers in the Occupational Therapy Department.
What can robots teach computer science students? And what can computer science students teach robots? These are two questions that associate professor Sharon Stansfield set out to answer in her course Principles of Computer Science II, a core computer science course required of all majors and offered for the first time in the spring 2009 semester. “A primary goal of this course is to...
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of approximately $150,000 to four faculty members in the School of Humanities and Sciences.
The project, entitled "Multidisciplinary Sustainability Modules: Integrating STEM Courses," is under the direction of Ali S. Erkan, Department of Computer Science; Jason G. Hamilton, Department of...