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CS Lecturer Walker White Named Stephen H. Weiss Provost's Teaching Fellow
At an awards ceremony on February 9, Computer Science Senior Lecturer Walker White was honored by Interim President Hunter Rawlings for excellent teaching of undergraduate students by being named a Stephen H. Weiss Provost's Teaching Fellow. Two annual Provost's Teaching Fellowship Awards are given to non-tenure track faculty with a commitment to teaching.
White directs the game Design Initiative at Cornell and is responsible for the undergraduate minor in game design, comprising several classes spread across multiple departments. He teaches two of its core courses in game design and architecture.
Robbert van Renesse named full-time research professor
CS Professor Robbert van Renesse has been named a full-time research...
Selman wins College of Engineering Research Award
Congratulations to CS Prof Bart Selman, who was selected to receive one of this...
CIS's Mimno with co-authors Tangherlini and Broadwell publish paper in Cultural Analytics
Information Science Professor David Mimno and co-authors Timothy Tangherlini (...