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The Department of Computing Sciences is pleased to present the inaugural issue of our newsletter, “bits and bYtes.”
Awardees for the Spring 2021 faculty and student mini grants have been announced. Join us in congratulating the award winning projects.
History students worked as editorial assistants on a book roundtable for the blog of the Society for US Intellectual History, gaining skills in historical analysis, research, editing, multimedia publication, and project management.
Graduate students, Dan Beers, Kyle Morton, and Kylee Wilson alongside Drs Rachel Schultz and Matthew Altenritter attended and presented their research at the 2022 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting held in Grand Rapids, Michigan from May 14-20, 2022.
Matthew Too (double major in Biochemistry and Mathematics) won the Student Research Award from the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS).
Dr. Jie Zhang and student teaching candidates in the Childhood Inclusive Education Program participated in a workshop on classroom management offered by Stephen Fiorino and Lauren Combo at the Hill Elementary School.
Dissenting Voices is a faculty-reviewed Ejournal featuring capstone projects of Women and Gender Studies Senior Seminar students. Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies Dr. Barb LeSavoy is faculty and Editor in Chief and the Managing Editor is Pat Maxwell, BITS Project Manager.
Students and faculty are invited to nominate faculty for the Faculty-Student Engagement Award. This award covers faculty engagement with individuals or groups of students related to scholarly or creative work beyond instructional expectations.
Two accelerated nursing students joined Kathy Peterson on Connections with Evan Dawson to discuss the current state of nursing.
Physics undergraduate student, Colin Steiner, presented a virtual poster at the 240th American Astronomical Society Meeting.