In her role as the programming director at Diverso, Columbia College junior Shailha Alam is trying to do just that.
Samantha John (SEAS ’09) took her first computer science class and started to love programming during her senior year. She launched Hopscotch, an app that teaches kids how to code by building games, in 2013 … Continue reading ‘Shark Tank’: Mark Cuban ‘Looks Up To’ the Founder of Hopscotch – So He Invested $550,000 in Her App That Teaches Kids to Code
The CS@CU MS Bridge Program in Computer Science equips students from non-computer science backgrounds with the skills and knowledge necessary … Continue reading Voices of CS : MS Bridge Student Testimonials
Jihye Kwon, a computer engineering PhD student, talks about her research projects and what it took to win a Best … Continue reading Q&A: Jihye Kwon on PhD Research Projects
The University of San Diego has named Maritza Johnson (PhD ’12) as the director of the new center that will address issues concerning big data and artificial intelligence, and their social implications — ethics, privacy, … Continue reading Maritza Johnson (PhD ’12) To Lead New Center For Data, AI and Society At The University of San Diego
For this year’s Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award, Payal Chandak, Sophia Kolak, and Yanda Chen were among students recognized by the Computing … Continue reading Three CS Students Recognized By The Computing Research Association
Amaan Pirani (CC ’21) talks to CNBC about his start-up Gatherly, an online event platform designed to improve digital interactions, and how he balances school and his business.
The Universities Space Research Association (USRA) Distinguished Undergraduate Awards provide college scholarship awards to students who have shown a career interest in science or engineering with an emphasis on space research or space science education, and aeronautics-related sciences.
When the Emerging Scholars Program (ESP) was established 12 years ago it was meant to introduce computer science (CS) topics … Continue reading How a Peer-Led Class is Making Computer Science More Equitable
Alon Grinshpoon (MS ’18) kicks off the Ask Me Anything series of Columbia Engineering Entrepreneurship and talks about how he started his company, echoAR, by using the various resources at Columbia to develop his startup.
Yang Tang (PhD ’20) was awarded the Young Experts in Services Computing Student Paper award (YESC) from the IEEE Technical Committee on Services Computing (IEEE TCSVC).
Although Sunday night for students is often spent alone, working on next week’s homework to make up for a weekend spent with friends, Matthew Wang, Columbia College junior and president of the Columbia eSports team, … Continue reading As The Pandemic Spread, So Did Esports
A new fellowship provides support for students from underrepresented and nontraditional backgrounds to study computer science.
In an effort to reduce inequities in the PhD application process, a group of PhD students have created the Pre-Submission … Continue reading Student-led Initiative Aims to Help Applicants of the PhD Program
Payal Chandak (CC ’21) developed a machine learning model, AwareDX, that helps detect adverse drug effects specific to women patients. … Continue reading Research by CS Undergrad Published in Cell