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  1. 51.

    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. 52.

    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. 53.

    Professor Raj Jain to present distinguished lecture at University of Oklahoma

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

  1. 54.

    Engineering student is a finalist in Olin Sustainability Case Competition

    Alexander Francisci and his team won $1,000 for a plan that focused on native plants, composting, more cisterns and a renovated smart sprinkler system.

  1. 55.

    Professor Raj Jain gives distinguished lecture at international conference

    The International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC) will cover the computer and communication fields.

  1. 56.

    Professor Raj Jain named chief guest at international conference

    The National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK) international conference will cover advanced computing, networking and security.

  1. 57.

    Recognizing outstanding faculty

    Senior Professor Jerome Cox Jr. and Professor Jonathon Turner, both in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, received the Chancellor’s Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

  1. 58.

    National Science Foundation awards grant to Computer Science & Engineering professors

    Associate Professor Christopher Gill, Professor Chenyang Lu and Assistant Professor Kunal Agrawal have received a four-year, $899,987 grant for research titled “CyberMech, A Novel Run-Time Substrate for Cyber-Mechanical Systems.”

  1. 59.

    Assistant Professor Caitlin Kelleher's programming tools for children featured in New York Times

    Kelleher's "Storytelling Alice" and "Looking Glass" are two tools changing the way children learn to program computers.

  1. 60.

    Homegrown high-tech startup gathers steam

    Senior Professor Jerry Cox of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering is one of four co-founders of Blendics Inc., which is developing tools that will help computer chips process information faster and more reliably.

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