Commencement 2016 – Mathematics majors and minors with faculty.
(Front) Ethan DeBandi (mathematics and computer science double major);
(Standing, left to right) Seth Hoesman (mathematics, computer science and economics triple major), Nicholas Purkey (physics major, mathematics minor), Cierra Zaslowe-Dude (mathematics major), Bernadette Tutinas (faculty), John Sturgis (physics major, mathematics and computer science double minor), Micah Webster (faculty), Phong Le (faculty), Zumrad Kabilova ((mathematics and physics double major).
Alex Doccolo (Computer Science ’17), Sam Levin (Computer Science, ’17), and Michael Senerchia (Computer Science and Mathematics, ’17) competed in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, Mid-Atlantic Region at the Johns Hopkins University site. Our team correctly solved two of the eight problems posed, placing 68th of the 118 teams that participated in the region. The team is already eager to compete in next year’s contest.
Congratulations to Alex, Sam, and Michael!
Senior Julie Hubschman offers her perspective on liberal arts and technology
We have taken to the sky. Lots of interesting student projects will launch soon…
The MACS club held an event where students were invited to come relax before finals. There was donuts, brownies, and cupcakes they could decorate along with hot apple cider and hot chocolate to drink. There was also a station where students could learn and make some origami. This event was a way for the club to reach out to the student body and let them know more about the MaCS Club and what events are planned for the future.
The inaugural vend of the soda machine project. Many CS students’ labor at work…
Students Phil Seidel, Alex Doccolo, and Sam Levin have our new robot, Pip, with its laser rangefinder, wandering around the robotics lab now.
A nice press account of Ari’s experience in Israel:
Ari Bornstein was one of 25 participants (out of 500 applicants) in the Israel Tech Challenge.
Students Ari Bornstein, Phil Seidel, and Aron Riesenfeld have worked this semester to complete a networked vending machine project that will allow users to order drinks online and retrieve them securely from a vending machine by authenticating themselves with their Goucher one cards. The project is set to deploy next semester.