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Student Colton Boyd, Brianna Rennard, Cristina Portillo, Kayah Ray, Nievita Bueno Watts Computer Science 2023 LSAMP PROUD

Outstanding Research in STEM

Please find attached the 2023 LSAMP PROUD Cal Poly Humboldt page featuring:

Cristina Portillo, Wildlife
Brianna Rennard, Zoology
Kayah Ray, Geology
Colton Boyd, Computer Science

Congratulations to these scholars and a huge thank you to their mentors.

Submitted: January 8, 2024

Student Giselle Urquijo, Kana Voelckers, Dr. Marjan Asadinia Computer Science Computer Science students Giselle Urquijo and Kana Voelckers, in collaboration with Assistant Professor Dr. Marjan Asadinia, presented their poster on Improving Reliability and Durability of Phase Change Main Memories at this years Northwestern Regional Conference hosted by the Consortium for Computing Sciences in colleges, winning Best Poster Award.

Submitted: November 29, 2022

Faculty Adam Carter Computer Science

Received $76,786 from multi-institutional NSF grant "Exploring Brownfield Programming Assignments in Undergraduate Computing Education" (total award: $477,774)

Submitted: January 8, 2020

Faculty Sherrene Bogle Computer Science

Certificate of Merit for the paper entitled "Classfiers for Predicting Undergraduate Computer Science Performance" presented at the 2018 International Conference of Data Mining and Knowledge Engineering in London, U.K.

Submitted: January 24, 2019

Faculty Adam Carter Computer Science

Published book chapter: Carter, A. S., Hundhausen, C. D., & Olivares, D. (2019). IDE-Based Learning Analytics for Computing Education: A Process Model, Critical Review, and Research Agenda. In The Cambridge Handbook of Computing Education Research. Cambridge University Press.

Submitted: December 15, 2018

Faculty Adam Carter Computer Science

Presented a paper at CCSC NW 2018: Kinne, J., Misner, E., Carter, A. S., & Tuttle, S. M. (2018). Evaluating the Efficacy of Clicker-Based Peer Instruction across Multiple Courses at a Single Institution. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges.

Submitted: November 26, 2018

Faculty Adam Carter Computer Science

Adam Carter will present his paper, "Using Programming Process Data to Detect Differences in Students' Patterns of Programming" at this year's ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) in Seattle, WA.

Submitted: March 6, 2017

Faculty Adam Carter Computer Science

Adam Carter will be presenting his paper, "With a Little Help from My Friends: An Empirical Study of the Interplay of Students' Social Activities, Programming Activities, and Course Success" at the ICER 2016 computer science education conference this September.

Submitted: August 30, 2016

Staff Craig Kurumada Computer Science

Craig is playing the leader of the Kabuki muses in the Redwood Curtain Theatre's production of "Far East" by A.R. Gurney, directed by Craig Benson. The story is set in 1954 Japan where three American naval officers and one wife are stationed. Benson's interpretation has set the American play atop a traditional kabuki setting. For reviews of the play go to:…


HSU students Denise Truong and Cody Miranda are also cast in the play. Look for their achievements under Students.

Submitted: November 14, 2013

Staff Craig Kurumada Computer Science

will be performing as a Kabuki Muse in Redwood Curtain's production of Far East, a play by A.R.Gurney, directed by Craig Benson. The play runs Oct. 31 - Nov. 23, Thurs-Saturday, 8 p.m.

Submitted: October 31, 2013

Student Kendall Lewis Computer Science

Kendall Lewis was named Outstanding Student of the Year '12-13 for the Department of Computer Science.

Submitted: May 20, 2013