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The MPS Project: Not Just Another Course
The MPS Project Practicum isn’t another course. It isn’t another series of talks in a lecture hall. There is no textbook. There is no written test. The Practicum, aka INFO 5900, is the...
Info Sci Senior Named Cornell Co-op Student of the Year
Adrianne Han, a senior Info Sci major, has been named Student of the Year in Cornell Engineering’s Co-op program. Han completed a six-month, on-the-job learning experience at Johnson...
Are Hiring Algorithms Fair? They’re too Opaque to Tell, CIS Study Finds
Time is money and, unfortunately for companies, hiring new employees takes significant time – more than a month on average, research shows. Hiring decisions are also rife with human bias, leading...
Tardos Named CIS Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Éva Tardos, the Jacob Gould Professor of Computer Science and a professor in Information Science, has been named the associate dean for diversity and inclusion for Cornell Computing...
Info Sci Research: Online Birth Stories Reveal Power Imbalances
A few years ago, some of Maria Antoniak’s friends gave birth and recounted the experiences online – in a blog, on Facebook and in email. “That was my entry into this world of online birth stories...
CS Classes Can Break Down Cultural Barriers, Study Shows
In a Kenyan refugee camp, a teenaged Burundian boy, a Somali boy and two girls from the Dinka ethnic group in South Sudan worked together to create a rudimentary video game about malaria. The...
Cornell at CSCW 2019: Strength in Numbers
If it's a premier venue for research, you can bet Cornell University will be there. The annual ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing – CSCW – is...
Panel: For Tech in Higher Ed, Humanity is the Key Ingredient
Every aspect of higher education – teaching, learning and research – has been transformed by computing, but technological advances must incorporate human needs in order to succeed, according to...
Panel Recalls CIS's Controversial Creation, Collaborative Culture
When the Faculty of Computing and Information Science (CIS) was first proposed, 300 faculty members packed a meeting to voice concerns. Engineering professors opposed removing computer science from...