Can UD’s Lori Pollock Revolutionize Computer-Science Education?


Originally Posted by Technical.ly/Delaware By Pariss Briggs  In 2012, the University of Delaware created Partner 4 Computer Science (Partner4CS), a program designed to provide K-12 instructors with the proper skills needed to teach computer development to students. Now in its fifth year, the program is still going strong. Dr. Lori Pollock, an Alumni Distinguished and […]

Student Researchers Ask How Secure We Feel About Internet Security


Originally posted by Bucknell University BY MATT HUGHES You’ve probably noticed how well your internet browser has gotten to know you. Ever-advancing advertising algorithms serving up targeted ads, not to mention data breach after data breach, have made many internet users more attuned than ever to how little privacy we often have on the internet. […]

An Unexpected Journey: DREU Alumni Highlight


Originally Posted on USC Posted on: April 28, 2017; Updated on: April 28, 2017 By Mike Ettlemyre , ETTLEMYE@cec.sc.edu, 803-777-2576 Five years ago, De’Aira Bryant couldn’t take a math course as a high school senior in rural Estill, South Carolina. There wasn’t one available. She had already taken all the math courses offered in her […]

Profiles of Women in Computing: Tanya Amert


by Shar Steed, CRA Communications Specialist Tanya Amert, a computer science Ph.D. student at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, found herself drawn to computer science because she enjoyed figuring out how things work. At 13 years old, she was a big fan of the Neopets website and online community. Amert noticed some users had […]