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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

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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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Tim Nelson Has Been Appointed As Lecturer Of Computer Science

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Brown CS is happy to announce that Tim Nelson has been appointed as Lecturer of Computer Science, effective as of July 1, 2021. Tim came to Brown for postdoctoral work in 2013 after earning his Bachelor's ...

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Diverse Career Paths: Brown CS Alum Sky Adams Aims To Increase Diversity In K-12 CS

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Last spring, Brown CS alum Sky Adams was chosen as the first female director of the award-winning Computer Science Academy at Santa Barbara High School. She’s not one to mince words, either about the ...

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An Alum-Led Nonprofit Donates Monitors To Providence Teachers And Honors Andy van Dam

by Kevin Stacey (Senior Writer, Physical Sciences)

Thanks to a nonprofit founded by a Brown graduate and alums affiliated with the University’s computer science department, more than 400 public school teachers in Providence will soon get a second computer monitor to help with remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The donation comes from Two ...

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