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Alum Dr. Barbara Gershon Ryder (Brown 1969) Wins NCWIT's Harrold And Notkin Research And Graduate Mentoring Award

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"Dr. Ryder is a high achiever in her research, mentoring and diversity service," notes Professor and Department Head Calvin J. Ribbens of Virginia Tech in his recommendation letter for Brown CS alum Barbara Ryder. "As the first woman ...

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Ross Briden And Zachary Espiritu Win The Randy F. Pausch Computer Science Undergraduate Summer Research Award

Click the links that follow for more news items about Stephen Bach, Zachary EspirituPeter NorvigRoberto Tamassia, and the Randy F. Pausch '82 Computer Science Undergraduate Summer Research Award.

The Randy F. Pausch '82 Computer Science Undergraduate Summer Research Award, given this year to Ross Briden and Zachary Espiritu to support their work with ...

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A Close Look At Embedding Socially Responsible Computing Content: CS 19

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For decades, Brown CS has been examining the computer scientist’s impact in a world of constant technological acceleration. The Socially Responsible Computing program, which puts societal and ethical issues at the heart of the department’s undergraduate ...

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Kamara, Moataz, Park, And Qin Explore Possibilities For An Ultra-Secure Gun Registry

Click the link that follows for more news about Seny Kamara, Tarik MoatazLucy Qin, and other recent accomplishments by our faculty and students.

by Kevin Stacey (Senior Writer, Physical Sciences)

Proposals to create a national gun registry have long been met with fierce opposition from gun rights advocates. While proponents say a registry would ...

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DARPA Names Theophilus A. Benson To Its Information Science And Technology (ISAT) Study Group

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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a research and development agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the military, has just ...

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Anna Lysyanskaya And Ritambhara Singh Win Salomon Awards

Click the links that follow for more news about Anna Lysyanskaya, Ritambhara SinghRichard B. Salomon Faculty Awards, and other recent accomplishments by our faculty.

Professor Anna Lysyanskaya of Brown CS and Professor Ritambhara Singh of Brown CS and Brown University's Center for Computational Molecular Biology have each just received a Richard B. Salomon ...

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Sorin Istrail Has Been Named An International Society For Computational Biology Fellow

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Professor Sorin Istrail of Brown CS has just received the high honor of being named a Fellow of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). "We were pleased to receive many excellent nominations this year," writes Bonnie ...

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Andy van Dam Has Been Named A Computer History Museum Fellow

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2021 brings a new honor for Brown CS Professor Andries "Andy" van Dam, who has just been named a Fellow of the Computer History Museum (CHM) for a lifetime of contributions to computer graphics, hypertext ...

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Bach, Çetintemel, Tellex, And Collaborators Win OVPR Seed Awards

Click the links that follow for more news about OVPR Seed Awards, Stephen Bach, Ugur ÇetintemelStefanie Tellex, and other recent accomplishments by our faculty.

Professors Stephen Bach, Stefanie Tellex, and Ugur Çetintemel of Brown CS, along with their Brown University collaborators below, have just received Seed Awards from Brown's Office of the Vice ...

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Malte Schwarzkopf Wins An NSF CAREER Award For Privacy-Compliant Web Services By Construction

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"Today's web services" says Professor Malte Schwarzkopf of Brown CS, "often store and process sensitive personal data without sufficient attention to data privacy. Privacy laws like the European Union ...

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