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Hayley LeBlanc
Hayley LeBlanc '20, a double major in computer science and math, has won a Provost’s Academic Excellence Award for extraordinary academic achievement.
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2020 tenured professors
Faculty
Welcome to the Spring 2020 newly tenured professors at Denison University.
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Alumni
Chinmoy Bhatiya '09 has been named a rising star of his profession by Consulting Magazine.
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Students working during programming contest
Contests
Each year, students from Denison and nearby colleges gather for a 30-year-old tradition of competition at the Denison Spring Programming Contest.
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Will Brackenbury '15
Alumni
Econ and theatre double major and computer science minor Will Brackenbury '15 is pursuing a PhD in comp. sci. & shares grad school insights in this Q & A.
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Students studying robotics
Denison University has been awarded a grant of $275,000 to fund a new model that welcomes and supports underserved students in the sciences.
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Awards & Honors
Three Denison students were awarded full-tuition scholarships for their junior and senior years.
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Hayley LeBlanc '20 and Hoke Wallace '21
Awards & Honors
Two Denison students were awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarships for their scientific research.
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Kaitlyn Fouke, Benjamin Brown, and Caileigh Marshall
Awards & Honors
Denison University honored three outstanding students with the Provost’s Academic Excellence Award.
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Sara Simon
Lectures & Discussions
Denison University welcomes Sara Simon from the New York Times presenting "From An English Major to A Software Engineer."
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Faculty
Assistant Professor Mathematics and Computer Science May Mei has been granted tenure and will be promoted to associate professor in the fall of 2019.
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Contests
Calling all out-of-the-box thinkers! Pull a team together and join in the DataFest - hack a secret dataset and figure out the puzzle. Register by 3/15.
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Lectures & Discussions
The Anderson Lecture series welcomes Maria Klawe, the president of Harvey Mudd College presenting "Broadening the Computer Science Community"
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Student News
Julian Janczak and Brandon Shull will pursue actuarial science after Denison.
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Students writing on a whiteboard
Student News
The Summer Scholars program gives students time (and money) to pursue independent research.
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Faculty
David White spent the entirety of last year off the Hill as he traveled the world and conducted research.
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stock photo of world in data
Staff News
Prof. Tom Bressoud is writing a new book about "data aptitude" across fields like biology, sociology, economics, and political science.
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James Le '17
Alumni
James Le '17 turned his skills at analysis into a model that correctly predicated the outcome of the World Soccer Cup, a full month before the final game.
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Professor Sarah Supp
Faculty
Prof. Sarah Supp, who teaches Data Analytics to students from a wide range of fields, in a profile for a Women in STEM series of articles.
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Announcements & Updates
Olin Hall has its own Maker's Space for student, staff and faculty.
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Graduating students tossing their caps
Student News
As mathematics and computer science seniors get ready to go out into the world, they share what they'll be doing in the next few years.
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professors grilling
Announcements & Updates
To celebrate the end of another great year in the Math and Computer Science department, staff and students got together for our end of the year picnic.
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Hayley LeBlanc
Awards & Honors
Math and Computer Science double major Hayley LeBlanc was named the winner of the Anderson Scholarship for Excellence in Science for 2018-2019.
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Upsilon Pi Epsilon induction
Awards & Honors
The Delta of Ohio Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the International Honor Society of Computer Science inducted eleven new members this week.
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zoomed in image of a laptop screen displaying code and the laptop keyboard
Contests
The Math and Computer Science Department recently hosted its annual Spring Programming Contest which drew 16 teams from six colleges.
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Emily Farrow ’18
Performances
Computer science and dance double-major Emily Farrow ’18, recently presented her senior choreographed work, Cracks in the Code.
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top 50 athletes
Student News
Student athletes from the Math and Computer Science Dept. had a stellar night during the recent James T. Glerum '82 Top-50 Scholar-Athlete Celebration.
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Dr. Jaimie Kelley
Lectures & Discussions
The newest member of the Math and Computer Science Department, Dr. Jaimie Kelley, presents to the DSA
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Students at the Pi-athlon
Ceremonies
Denison Math and Computer Science Department holds its' first-ever Pi-athlon – a competition centered around all things pi.
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Students Attend Tri-State Women in Computer Conference
Conferences & Symposia
Students attended the Tri-State Women in Computing Conference held on the University of Cincinnati campus.
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