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This Week’s Research Presentation: Playful Programming

Abstract by Dr. Joel Ross: Computer science is the study of processes that people use to solve problems. While much of the discipline examines this problem-solving when it is embedded in a machine, humans are also required to perform computational problem solving on a daily basis. Nevertheless, people often struggle with such problem-solving—such as when […]

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Welcome Back! (Informational Post)

Hello! Thank you to everyone that came by our meeting today (Thursday, January 8). For those of you that missed it, here is an overview of the things we discussed: Upcoming Events: CSS Programming Competition Faculty Research Presentations (click HERE for a link to tomorrow’s presentation) Volunteer Event Movie Night FragNite with SWIFT (click HERE […]

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This Week’s Research Presentation: Computer Graphics Makes Us More Secure

Date: Friday, January 9th 2015 Time: 1:00PM – 1:50 PM Location: Building 8, Room 48 As the Department of Homeland Security addresses threats ranging from intelligent enemies (terrorists, drug smugglers, poachers, etc.) to natural phenomena (massive flooding, super storms, Arctic thawing, etc.), researchers are turning to academic researchers for answers. Stadium and transit security is […]

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