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Diverse Career Paths: Brown CS Alum Sky Adams Aims To Increase Diversity In K-12 CS

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Last spring, Brown CS alum Sky Adams was chosen as the first female director of the award-winning Computer Science Academy at Santa Barbara High School. She’s not one to mince words, either about the ...

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Diverse Career Paths: Brown CS Alum Sharon Lo Ponders How Products Can Harm Society

We're reposting this article with the kind permission of Brown Alumni Magazine, where it first appeared.  You can read their full November-December 2020 issue here.

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Steve Martins Joins Brown CS Technical Staff

by John Bazik

Steve Martins joins the Technical Staff today as Lead System Administrator. He brings more than 20 years' experience with Unix, Linux and Windows systems with a strong background in storage technologies.  Having been in both commercial and non-profit settings, Steve says he's excited to work in academia. As Lead System Administrator ...

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Brown CS Students Create A Futuristic Art Exhibition

Every week in January, we're taking an article from our just-released issue of Conduit, the annual Brown CS magazine, and releasing it on the web for the first time. Here's this week's story.

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by Zev Izenberg

STEAMRAVE, an ...

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Diverse Career Paths: Brown CS Alum Karen Smith Catlin Helps Build Better Allies

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“Something about Brown CS influenced me,” says alum Karen Smith Catlin, whose distinctive career path has taken her from working at Brown’s Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship (IRIS) to ...

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Diverse Career Paths: Brown CS Alum Morgan McGuire Makes An Impact In Academia And Industry

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by Rujul Singh

“I’ve learned that sometimes you really can change the world by just putting your ideas out in an academic publication,” laughs Brown CS PhD alum Morgan McGuire ‘06, “and sometimes you ...

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Full Stack At Brown’s First Hackathon, Datathon, And CTF: Hack@Home

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by Charlotte Whatley and Emily Wu 

Full Stack at Brown (FSAB), Brown University’s software engineering club, hosted its very first virtual hackathon, Hack@Home, on October 9-12, 2020.

Hack@Home brought together over 300 high schoolers and college students over ...

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Read More: Brown CS Alums Follow Diverse Career Paths

From creating a computer camp for girls in Rwanda to founding a company that uses machine learning to produce 3D models based on satellite photos, maps, and laser scans, Brown CS alums are known for career paths that often take them far beyond Silicon Valley, with a particular focus on CS education and socially responsible ...

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The Brown Daily Herald Asks Brown CS Faculty About COVID Cybersecurity

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“We’re facing a tipping point in terms of global cybersecurity and privacy, as a result of the pandemic forcing everybody out of the streets and their offices and into their home offices and online,” says Timothy EdgarBrown CS ...

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Designing Humanity Centered Robots At The Intersection Of Art, Design, And Engineering In CSCI 1951C

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What if your plants could become "unplanted" and autonomously roam around a room, offering new configurations to the space? What if you could hold a scrolling digital sign up high in your hand at a demonstration, amplifying ...

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