Maurice Grant '13, Adeesha Ekanayake '14, and Prof. Doug Turnbull (Computer Science) recently had their peer-reviewed paper "MeUse: Recommending Internet Radio Stations" accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. The conference will be held in Curitiba, Brazil from November 4-8.
Prof. Turnbull is also a co-author on a second paper entitled "Taste Over Time: The Temporal Dynamics of User Preferences" which will also be presented at the conference.
Katherine Ahrens '15 (Math & English) and Angela Kramer '13 (Math) have co-authored, with David Brown (Mathematics Department), an article entitled "Convergence of m-bonacci golden ratios", accepted by the International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology.
As educators we are facing an unprecedented challenge to prepare our students not only for traditional careers but also for future careers that don't exist today.
Title: A multi‐method examination of an American Revolutionary War era house fort in New York State's Mohawk Valley Authors: Michael Rogers and Scott Stull
Update: June 5, 2013, 1 p.m. Casey Byrne '13 hit some turbulence of sorts Tuesday night. His long awaited trip in SOFIA, which is NASA's high-flying observatory, was cut short when its telescope ran into electrical issues. The 747 itself was fine, but it was forced back to Palmdale, Calif., halfway into the scheduled flight.
Good news though: The physics grad was able to...