For each of the William and Mary students who attended this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference, the experience offered valuable insight into their current interests and future goals.
The t-shirt design by Nicholas Andre and Mengrui Ni was the top vote-getter in the third annual election to chose a design for the limited-edition 2012-13 Computer Science T-shirt.
Saskia Mordijck believes that safer, more economical fusion-generated electricity is achievable, but more work—and funding—are necessary to make it a reality.
James Rountree and Gregory Smith were awarded 3rd place – and $900 – at the annual Collegiate Programming Contest held by Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT).
Adam Wu wins the Arts & Sciences Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Natural and Computational Sciences.
Aaron Dufour, a double major in Computer Science and Physics, is this year's recipient of the Park Undergraduate Award.
Evan Callaway, a double major in Computer Science and Mathematics, is a Spring 2012 PBK initiate.
2 Guys 1 CPU (Pozulp and Schaff) won with what was voted the best overall app while SilverLight (Wang, Qi, and Xu) won with what was voted the most technologically interesting feature.
Meet the Dilligs. The successful husband-and-wife team arrived on campus with impressive teaching experience, robust enthusiasm, and a sizable research grant.
Computer Science was recognized with the Academic Department Award for the 2012 Image Awards.
Weizhen Mao is one of three recipients of the Arts & Sciences Faculty Awards for Teaching Excellence for 2012-13.
Evgenia Smirni is one of 20 W&M faculty members to receive a 2012 Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
Sometimes the guys on Team Gold say “worlds.” Other times, they say “finals.” Both terms refer to the World Finals of the Association for Computing Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC) to be held in May in Warsaw, Poland.
It is rare for a research group to have more than two papers accepted for the research track in the same year for the International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), but this year the SEMERU group at William & Mary had three research papers accepted for ICSE 2012.