Prof. Menasce wins the 2021 Mason David J. King Teaching Award

Congratulations to Prof. Mensace for winning the 2021 David J. King Teaching Award.

Professor Anastasopoulos received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Prof.  Anastasopoulos received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities for unlocking endangered language resources. See details of his project:

Multi-disciplinary Cluster Hires in Computational Systems Medicine and AI, Social Justice, and Public Policy

Challenging traditional ways of thinking is exactly the point of the TTIP Faculty Thematic Hiring Initiative—Mason’s new action to promote multidisciplinary education, research and collaboration in computing. The initiative is part of the university’s effort to support Virginia’s Tech Talent Investment Program (TTIP), the plan to ensure that Amazon and the state’s tech sector have a strong and sustainable talent pipeline. As Virginia’s largest and most diverse public university, and its largest producer of tech talent, Mason figures prominently in the performance-based plan, which calls for 25,000 additional graduates in computer science, computer engineering and software engineering over the next 20 years.

Prof. Yue Cheng is awarded a NSF Career Award.

Prof. Yue Cheng received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation entitled "CAREER: Harnessing Serverless Functions to Build Highly Elastic Cloud Storage Infrastructure."

Ximena Perez, CS student wants to help fellow SHPE members learn about networking and the career opportunities.

Engineering and technology college courses cover the problem-solving skills successful students will need in their careers. But what those courses don’t always cover is how to get a job.