CS Students Present at Summer Research Showcase

Three computer science students presented at the Summer Research Showcase held in Leyburn Library on Monday, October 5.

Will Richardson ’11 presented his work “NuclearEd: A Powerful Resource for Educators.”  Will collaborated on the project with Chemistry professor Frank Settle and Computer Science professor Tom Whaley.

Camille Cobb ’12 and Carrie Hopkins ’12 presented their work on “Exploring Data Models for Automatically Generating Tests for Web Applications.”  Camille and Carrie collaborated with Computer Science professor Sara Sprenkle as well as Katie Baldwin ’10 and Professor Lori Pollock from the University of Delaware.

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