Washington University, St. Louis Engineering


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  1. 91.

    Computer Science & Engineering student awarded Thiel Fellowship

    Spencer Hewett will receive $100,000 over two years to work, conduct research and pursue self-education in science and technical innovation.

  1. 92.

    Computer Science & Engineering faculty member awarded Arch Grant

    Associate Professor Patrick Crowley was one of ten WUSTL-affiliated entrepreneurs awarded the Arch Grant.

  1. 93.

    Department presents Outstanding Student Awards

    Nine undergraduate students were recognized for their research contributions, curriculum performance, and leadership within the Department of Computer Science & Engineering.

  1. 94.

    Can behavior be controlled by genes? The case of honeybee work assignments

    Professor Weixiong Zhang is collaborating with Assistant Professor Yehuda Ben-Shahar to see if genetics play a role in the tasks performed by honeybees at various stages of their life cycle.

  1. 95.

    Computer science doctoral student awarded NSF Fellowship

    Agata Kargol, PhD candidate in computer science, was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship.

  1. 96.

    Computer Science & Engineering doctoral student places third in symposium

    David Lu, PhD candidate, won third prize in the Annual Graduate Research Symposium.

  1. 97.

    Internship will allow students to act as ‘mini-CEOs’

    Computer Science & Engineering alumni David Karandish and Chris Sims, founders of Answers.com, will offer a unique summer internship experience as a “mini-CEO” at Answers.com in St. Louis.

  1. 98.

    WUSTL professor Agrawal wins NSF CAREER award

    “This truly remarkable achievement is a significant recognition of the tremendous quality of our faculty,” said Dean Ralph Quatrano. Assistant Professor Kunal Agrawal is one of 12 engineering faculty to receive a CAREER award since 2005.

  1. 99.

    Doctoral student receives Olin Medical Fellowship

    Brian Haynes, PhD candidate in computer science, is one of six recipients of the 2011-2012 Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Medical Science Fellows.

  1. 100.

    Professor Raj Jain to present distinguished lecture at University of Oklahoma

    The Hitachi Distinguished Lecture Series in Computer Science commences February 17.

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

Bryan Hall, CB 1045, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-6160, Fax: (314) 935-7302

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