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umbccsee Nov 6
computing faculty Adam Bargteil (CSEE) and Helena Mentis (IS) have been elected to lead SIGGRAPH and SIGCHI, two of the largest ACM Special Interest Groups
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UMBC Department of Information Systems Dec 20
Winter 2019 Commencement was a blast. We're so proud of our students. Keep the UMBC spirit alive as you move forward.
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umbccsee Dec 22
was one of 17 universities funded as part of Mozilla’s Responsible Computer Science Challenge. UMBC restructured an introductory computing course, adding opportunities for students to discuss ethical issues in depth.
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umbccsee Jul 21
In the past year Americans have searched for on Google more often than for Kim Kardashian. The number of queries has trebled since 2010, while those for other major programming languages have been flat or declining.
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Mark R. Marten Apr 25
Congratulations to Dr. Mariajose Castellanos winner of the UMBC 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award for our college, recognizing her demonstrated excellence in teaching, service and leadership.
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Jianwu Wang Aug 11
The first thank-you video I received from a student! Achuna did a fantastic job during his undergraduate summer research at my lab. Many thanks to the support from the Summer Leadership Alliance program and our college.
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UMBC Center for Cybr Nov 5
alumna Priyanka Ranade is featured an article on "what it takes to succeed in a cybersecurity job". At UMBC she was a cybersecurity scholar and IS major and now works as a cyber software engineer at Northrop Grumman
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Keith J Bowman Dec 18
“This project will generate new knowledge about a data science curriculum and pedagogy designed to promote learning among diverse undergraduate students . . underrepresented in STEM,” 's
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Dr. Helena Mentis Apr 30
Very excited for this award, but I'm even more excited to integrate ethics and social impact training into the first year experience for all of our computing and information students.
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UMBC Jul 25
Congrats to who received the Rising Star Award from for her research and contributions to services computing!
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Mariajose Castellanos Arroyo Aug 26
Teaching Fellows training for our College. Having ~80 students be part of the teaching team allows our computing and engineering classes be more effective and more fun! A pleasure to work with @jmedof1 and Dr. Maria Sanchez
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Keith J Bowman Apr 19
“I’ve always been interested in meteorology and the atmosphere, and I feel like I’ve developed more of a passion for protecting the Earth.” 's Julianna Posey ’19, mechanical engineering
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Keith J Bowman May 7
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UMBC Department of Information Systems Oct 24
Congrats to Prof. Andrea Kleinsmith and team who won Best Oral Presentation at . Their important work on "Paramedic Team Emotional Intelligence and its Impact on Performance" shows that info systems' impact is extensive. .
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UMBC Department of Information Systems Jan 14
Proud that our Online M.S. in Info Systems program was once again ranked by as one of the in Information Technology.
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Flynn Wolf May 14
Talking today about situational impairments and firefighters (spoiler: there are a lot)
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Tim Finin Oct 14
On Oct. 29 & 30 the National Science and Technology Medals Foundation hosts Conversations with AI Experts, two early evening events at UMBC from 5:00-8:00pm that bring together AI experts to discuss how AI impacts our lives
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UMBC ISRC Jul 12
Great article "Inside the NIST team working to make cybersecurity more user-friendly" on motivating safer computing, featuring Human-Centered Computing PhD student and @usnistgov program co-lead Julie Haney
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UMBC Department of Information Systems Oct 31
Prof. Maryam Rahnemoonfar discussed 'Visualizing Flood Risk and Uncertainty' today at . Our faculty really explore every angle.
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umbccsee Nov 12
The three undergrads who started MindStand Technologies major in economics, information systems and computer science. It aims to improve online communities with AI software to detect online harassment and hate speech.
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