When you attend this Virtual Undergraduate Town Hall Event, you will be a part of a virtual mentoring event. You will learn about Ayanna Howard's research on robots for children with special needs as a Motorola Foundation Professor at Georgia Tech. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask the speaker any questions you might have about research as well as graduate school. Following Ayanna's research presentation, she will lead a mentoring session on "Finding and Making the Most of an Undergraduate Research Experience."
CRA-WP University of British Columbia
Originally printed in the Summer/Fall 2014 Newsletter Anne Condon, professor and head of the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia, is the 2014 recipient of the Grace Hopper Celebration Technical Leadership ABIE Award. She received her Bachelor’s degree (1982) from University College Cork, Ireland, and her Ph.D. (1987) at the University […]
Originally Printed in Summer/Fall 2010 Newsletter Elaine Chang is a Program Manager at the Microsoft Redmond office, where she started in 2006. She at-tended the 2004 CRA-W Grad Cohort and graduated with a MS from the University of British Columbia. Q: How did you become interested in pursuing a career in computer science? Growing up, […]