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Professors Andrew Johnson and Jason Leigh in the Electronic Visualization Laboratory?s cyber-commons, a high-tech classroom and meeting space outfitted with a high-definition display wall and 20Gbps of networking Nine computer science undergraduate students were funded by the department to attend the Richard TAPIA Celebration of Diversity in Computing conference held in Boston in February Commencement 2010. Barbara Di Eugenio with her three graduating PhDs: (left to right) Swati Tata, Davide Fossati and Cindy Kersey Three CS PhD student, Ivan Brugere (second from right), Brett Zhiyuan Chen (third from right) and Nick Green (third from left), received their '50 for the Future' awards at the 2015 celebration. Also in the picture two of the nominators, CS faculty Tanya Berger-Wolf (first from right) and Barbara Di Eugenio (second from left); and friends and family of the awardees Zebras at the Ol' Pejeta conservancy in Kenya where in January 2010 UIC computer science students joined Princeton biology students in a unique field course in computational population biology (co-taught by Professor Tanya Berger-Wolf). Among other projects, students studied zebra social behavior and designed software for automatic identification of individual zebras by stripes. Congratulations to Jillian Aurisano, a PhD student in the Electronic Visualization Lab, on receiving 2015 Chancellor?s Student Service Award

 
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