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    First recipient of Turner Dissertation Award honored

    Abusayeed Saifullah, PhD, has been named the recipient of the 2014 Jonathan S. Turner Dissertation Award.

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    CSE faculty member to speak at Vision 2015: "Growing Industries, New Opportunities, Find Your Fit"

    Roger Chamberlain, PhD, will participate as a co-founder of Exegy to educate students on career and entrepreneurial opportunities in bioscience, IT, and advanced manufacturing.

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    Washington University opens computer science course to Harris-Stowe State University students

    Partnership aims to give Harris-Stowe students competitive edge in graduate school programs.

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    PhD student to participate in the Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    PhD student Allen Lavoie has been selected to travel to Heidelberg, Germany for the 3rd Heidelberg Laureate Forum.

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    Top CSE undergraduates, lecturer recognized at awards ceremonies

    The CSE Department and School of Engineering recognized exceptional undergraduates at the Department of Computer Science & Engineering Undergraduate Awards Luncheon and the Engineers' Honors Ceremony.

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    CSE students to promote computer science and programming in Cambodia

    Corey Salzer and Alli Bukys will design and teach computer science and engineering curriculum to primary and middle school students over the summer.

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    Three faculty receive Young Investigator awards from Air Force

    Brendan Juba, PhD, was one of three Engineering faculty to receive the award.

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    CSE faculty member to join editorial board

    Weixiong Zhang, PhD, will be the newest member of the editorial board of Nature Publishing Group's Scientific Reports.

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    Big Data Allows Computer Engineers to Find Genetic Clues in Humans

    A group of engineers at WashU, led by Sharlee Climer, PhD, showed a massive yin-yang haplotype pair encompassing the gene gephyrin on human chromosome 14.

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    Self-powered sensors that communicate could warn of bridge, building defects

    New faculty member Shantanu Chakrabartty, PhD, will work collaboratively with MSU researchers to develop self-powered sensors to detect a structural defect before problems arise.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

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