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800px-BrownUniversity-WatsonCIT.jpg Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) has just announced that it will recognize twelve graduating seniors for their achievements at Commencement in May. Dilip Arumugam, Luke Camery, Athyuttam Eleti, Sara Hartse, Emma Herold, Alexandria Karim, Surbhi Madan, Oluwanifemi Madarikan, Kei Nakagawa, Marley Rafson, Zoe Stoll, and Daniel Ziring will each receive the ...

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The process of Brown CS TA hours has improved greatly over the years. With innovations such as Sign Me Up and Google Sheets, students can now sign up electronically and remotely check their place in line. While this is a step ...

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Overall enrollment is currently up and introductory course enrollment is up as well. To read more stories about the Brown CS department's increasing enrollment click here.

Brown’s Department of Computer Science continues to grow as more students choose concentrations in computer science. This year, the department is predicted to graduate 232 undergraduates, which ...

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splash.png SignMeUp was originally created by Brown CS students Dhruv Rawat, Anamta Farook, and Mohsan Elahi as part of a cs132 project. Brown CS student, Atty Eleti, has since continued to improve and maintain SignMeup. This webapp allows teaching assistants to post their office hours, and students can then sign up for them and will be ...

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Providence’s Oberlin restaurant is one of the top ten best new restaurants in America according to Bon Appetit. Chef Benjamin Sukle and his wife Heidi opened the restaurant in January of 2016 at 186 Union Street ...

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stefie10.jpg__120x180_q85_crop-1_subsampling-2.jpg Brown CS professor Stefanie Tellex was one of the featured speakers at MIT’s recent EmTech conference. MIT’s annual conference highlights invention and new developments in engineering and technology. Stefanie spoke about her work creating robots that can talk to each other and teach each other, which was deemed one of the ten most ...

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Brown CS is so proud of our PhD alums! They have been very busy this year and are continuing to work hard to improve and expand the field of computer science.

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Providence, Rhode Island was recently named the “Best Kept Secret On the East Coast” by Parade. The city has a lot to offer with its up-and-coming food and arts scene and a young and bustling population.

The ...

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sarah.png Sarah Sachs, a recent Brown CS graduate, is the winner of a Distinguished Senior Thesis Prize. The award recognizes exemplary senior thesis projects by undergraduates across the University. “Sarah has done really impressive work, and accomplished a lot as an undergrad,” says her mentor Professor Pedro Felzenszwalb. “Her thesis describes her research in optimization algorithms ...

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IMG_2448.jpg For more stories on why we love calling Providence home, check out our Praise for Providence page here.

Travel and Leisure lists Providence as the 3rd most charming city in America. Its rich colonial-era history, bustling art scene, and quaint gas-lantern-lined streets easily make the Rhode Island capital a top contender. The article highlights ...