Two Ph.D. students in William & Mary's Department of Computer Science have made advancements in network security and "tethering" -- using a phone to access the internet.
The Park Undergraduate Scholarship Award is presented annually at the Department of Computer Science Diploma Ceremony & Reception to at least one student earning a B.S. in Computer Science at William & Mary.
Malcom Gethers wins the Arts & Sciences Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Natural and Computational Sciences.
Jesse Laeuchli is a recipient of a National Physical Science Consortium Graduate Fellowship, which supports graduate students in science, mathematics, and engineering.
Matthew Blum and Michael Wagner are Fall 2012 Phi Beta Kappa Initiates; Jonathan Lehman and Taylor Nelms joined them as Spring 2013 Initiates.
Mingzhou Zhou is the recipient of a Research Fellowship from the IBM Center for Advanced Studies (CAS).
Denys Poshyvanyk has been selected to receive a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation.
Andreas Stathopoulos is one of 20 W&M faculty members to receive a 2013 Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
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.
Hao Han and Nan Zheng, both doctoral students in the Department of Computer Science, have been selected for the 2012 Stephen K. Park Graduate Research Award.
Saskia Mordijck believes that safer, more economical fusion-generated electricity is achievable, but more work—and funding—are necessary to make it a reality.
The Board of Visitors at its meeting on September 21, 2012, designated Xipeng Shen the Adina Allen Term Distinguished Associate Professor.
Doctoral student Katie Moore received a Virginia Space Grant Consortium 2012-13 Graduate STEM Research Fellowship.
Professor Gang Zhou was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to support a 2-year research project entitled "Network Traffic Aware Smartphone Energy Savings."