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High school programmers to compete in Gates Hall
The Computer Science Department at Cornell University and Ithaca High School will again invite teams of high school students from across New England to compete in the fourth annual Cornell University High School Programming Contest to be held April 7 on campus. The event is not open to the public.
This year 12 teams will compete from the Dalton School, Nichols School, Fairport, Webster, Pittsford, Bishop Hendricken, Brighton, Half Hollow Hills, McQuaid Jesuit, Allendale Columbia, and Ithaca High School.
Robbert van Renesse named full research professor
CS Professor Robbert van Renesse has been named a full 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 (...