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[ Wang joins faculty - Rui Wang joined the CS faculty this fall as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Wang's research focus is on computer graphics.
[ Berger named Lilly Fellow -
Assistant Professor Emery Berger is a Lilly Teaching Fellow for AY 2006-2007.
[ Moll's service commended - The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics honored Prof. Robbie Moll with the Outstanding Service Award.
[ Croft receives IBM and Microsoft awards - Distinguished Professor Bruce Croft was selected for an IBM Eclipse Innovation Faculty Award and a Microsoft Live Labs Accelerating Search in Academic Research Award.
[ Undergraduate "U-Space" unveiled - The newly renovated "U-Space" is available for all CS undergrads to use.
[ Department hosts distinguished lecturers - This year's lecturers include Peter Freeman, Barbara Ryder, Thomas Huang, Martha Pollack, and Philip Bernstein.
[ Ramping up security for 'Smart Tags' - Asst. Professor Kevin Fu received funding to strengthen security for "smart tags.".
[ Free Internet for downtown Amherst - Asst. Professor Erik Learned-Miller applies information theory to real data and practical problems in new course.
[ Intelligent systems and mobile computing - Research Scientist Chris Pal embarks on exciting new research.
Stemple (1937 - 2006) -
Professor Emeritus David Stemple died on March 22
after a long battle with cancer.
[ Towsley receives prestigious IEEE award - Distinguished Professor Don Towsley received the 2007 IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award.
[ Hanson and Riseman honored at Homecoming - Professor Allen Hanson and Professor Emeritus Edward Riseman gathered with alumni and friends for a homecoming celebration in their honor.
[ DARPA honors Lesser and former students - DARPA bestowed special recognition to Professor Victor Lesser and former students Alan Garvey and Keith Decker.
[ CS-Saturday another success - The second annual CS-Saturday event was held this fall. Students visited the Department for a day-long discussion on graduate schoool in computer science.
[ Individualized teaching - Research Professor Beverly Woolf addresses a growing need in education by using technology for individualized teaching.
[ Ground-breaking consortium - Distinguished Professors Jim Kurose and Don Towsley are involved in the International Technology Alliance.
[ How jet lag disrupts the body - Associate Professor Hava Siegelmann's model reveals how jet lag disrupts the body.
[ Langford marks 1st year as NSM Dean - September marked George M. Langford's first anniversary as Dean of NSM.
[ Olsen receives Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship - Graduate student Megan Olsen is one of only 19 students to receive the scholarship.
[ Huang named first Popplestone Fellow - Graduate student Gary Huang is the first recipient of the Popplestone Fellowship.