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The Maryland Center for Women in Computing hosted the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Awards for high school girls.
This past Saturday on April 18th, the Maryland Center for Women in Computing hosted the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Awards for high school girls. Twenty-four young women with their parents and...
The Professor's work in expanding and revolutionizing education is acknowledged by CMNS.
It was announced today, April 15, that Computer Science professor Dr. Adam Porter had won a Board of Visitors Creative Educator award from the College of Computer, Math, and Natural Sciences. The...
Some people know him as the PLUM co-director. Others know him as the programming languages professor. Still others know him as the lecturer in an online course. Regardless of which hat he wears,...
You may have seen Amelia bouncing from one student to the next in the TA room of AV Williams, or maybe heard her distinct voice calming another frantic student who is failing a release test. If you...
It was known as Operation Transit Storm . On March 27th and 28th, qualifying teams from around the Mid-Atlantic region converged on Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Lab to defend a...
The AWC not only raised money, but got students dressed up for fake money and prizes.
On March 27th, the CSIC lobby transformed into a casino. Students, dressed to the nines with sparkling masks, put down a couple hundred dollars on a hand of poker or bet it all on black at the...
Ph.D. student Snigdha Chaturvedi gets her IBM Fellowship renewed.
Snigdha Chaturvedi, a fourth year Computer Science graduate student, won a 2015 IBM Ph.D. Fellowship on March 12th.
Elissa Redmiles, an accomplished PhD student here at the University of Maryland, is working on getting more women into Computer Science.
Elissa Redmiles may have started in Chemistry, but she found a home in the Computer Science Department. After taking CMSC131, she made the switch. Not long after, she became a TA for the class, which...