Carla Brodley

CCIS Dean’s Own Path Spurs Drive to Increase Student Opportunities

Originally Posted on News@Northeastern May 17, 2016 by Greg St. Martin Carla Brodley ardently believes every col­lege stu­dent should give com­puter sci­ence a try—whether that means diving in with a major or dip­ping in by taking an elec­tive. “It’s a basic lit­eracy” in our dig­ital age, she says. Brodley is the dean of the Col­lege of […]

Interview with Carla Ellis

Originally Posted in Summer/Fall 2008 Newsletter Carla Ellis recently retired as Professor at Duke University. Over her 30 year research career, she worked on systems for ranging from large multiprocessors to small, battery-powered mobile devices. In particular, she was a pioneer in the topic of energy management for computers. She continues to serve as Editor-in-Chief of ACM’s […]