Villanova Department of Computing Sciences

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Thursday, April 24, 2014

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On Friday, April 4 2014, eleven graduate students and four undergraduate students have been inducted into Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the International Honor Society for Computing and Information Sciences. Congratulations to graduate students Sherin AmbrammadomBasheer, Sharanya Ashwin, Brad Cantor, Anusha Chenreddy, Christopher Chestnut, Michael Jancola, Harika Koppula, George Minnick, Sreevidya Pothineni, Daniel Schaak and Akhila Yarlagadda; and to undergraduate students Lindsey Press, Howard Swope, Thomas T. Warring and Christina Yakomin, for their outstanding academic achievements. Special thanks to UPE officers Xiaojie Jiang, Jillian Cramer and Nakul Rathod, and to faculty Dr. Frank Klassner and Prof. Najib Nadi for helping run the event smoothly. More...

Our department once again was well represented at ACM's Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium. The Symposium is SIGCSE's flagship conference. It addresses problems common among educators working to develop, implement and/or evaluate computing programs, curricula, and courses. The symposium provides a forum for sharing new ideas for syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy, at all levels of instruction. The symposium provides a diverse selection of technical sessions and opportunities for learning and interaction. More...

Google GlassGoogle has selected Dr. Tom Way, along with Dr. William Wagner (Accounting and Information Systems), to participate in the Google Glass Accessibility Research Awards Program that focuses on uses of wearable computing and issues of accessibility and assistive technology. This rare opportunity includes a grant of 4 Google Glass devices, an invitation to the Spring 2014 Google Glass Hackathon, and $13,500 to cover research expenses such as student research assistants, conference travel and pizza. More...

The annual NCWIT Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award recognizes U.S. Academic Alliance representatives for their outstanding mentorship, high-quality research opportunities, recruitment of women and minority students, and efforts to encourage and advance undergraduates in computing-related fields. Students often cite the importance of an individual faculty mentor whose support influenced their educational and career path. Dr. Robert Beck was selected as one of the awardees of an NCWIT 2014 Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award! As a winner, Villanova University will receive a gift of $5,000, sponsored by AT&T. The presentation of the awards at the NCWIT Summit that will take place at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa in Newport Beach, California from May 19-21, 2014. Congrats Dr. Beck! More...

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John Keleher received his BS in Computer Science from Villanova University in 2002. He went on to receive his MS in Computer Science from American University, where he achieved a perfect academic record focusing his research on the Web and Internet technologies. Before finishing graduate school, he co-founded Benton Consulting, a software services firm. John has been professionally and academically involved in the World Wide Web and consulting since 2000. He has worked on strategy for high-tech companies in Silicon Valley with R.B.Webber & Co., developed web applications for one of the top 5 software service firms in the world, Accenture, and independently led Web initiatives for several small organizations both domestically and internationally. After a few years of consulting, he found that he wanted to specialize in a particular Web technology. In 2008, along with a few other colleagues, John became familiar with the lack of technology in the world of college athletics. It was then that he found his passion for solving the problem of coaches, athletic directors, and compliance officers. He is driven to uncovering the challenges of each client, develop an understanding of what they need, and deliver the industry leading features of ARMS, Athletic Relationship Management Software.

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