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  1. CS Community Drive launched; kicked off with matching gift challenge

    July 01, 2014

  2. Hi, we are CICS Careers!

    ... an inclusive community makes us better career ...

  3. Schoolhood

    The (New!) School of Computer Science Community Celebration October 17th-19th, 2013 Schedule of ...

  4. CICS Donors (January 2015 - June 2015)

    ... Dr. Xing Yi ('08) Ms. Beatrix Zimmermann ('83) CS Community Fund Prof. J. Eliot Moss CS Scholarships Mr. Nicholas ...

  5. Recent CICS Donors (July 2014 -December 2014)

    ... Mr. Yan Xiao ('00) Dr. Zhongfei Zhang ('96)   CS Community Fund Ms. Sue-Fen Wang Cuti and Richard A. Cuti ('85) Dr. Anita ...

  6. Recent Computer Science Donors (January 2014 - June 2014)

    ... Yadav '15 Mr. Mankin Yuen '10 Mr. Joseph A. Zec CS Community Fund Mr. Aaron Cho '04 Mr. Christopher M. Curtin '90 Profs. Lori ...

  7. Recent Computer Science Donors (July 2013 - December 2013)

    ... Mr. Thomas Dremel Mr. Matthew J. Meehan ('08) CS Community Fund Profs. Lori Clarke and Leon J. Osterweil Dr. Albert E. ...

  8. Student Organizations

    Build leadership skills and connections to the CICS community by participating in one of our many active student organizations. ... opportunity and a great way to connect with the CICS community. Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) The UMass Amherst ...

  9. Exploiting Social Media Sources for Search, Fusion and Evaluation

    ... performance has consistently been a major focus in the IR community. Given the in-depth discussions and active interactions contained in ... for queries intended for time-sensitive events or community opinions. Current major search engines commonly blend results from ...

  10. Evaluating the Population Impact of Medical Male Circumcision and Antiretroviral Therapy Scale-up on HIV Prevention in Rakai, Uganda

    ... data from Rakai District, Uganda (1999-2013), we proposed a community based ecological study design to evaluate the impact of the scale-up of MMC and ART, and have shown that every 10% increase in community MMC coverage was associated with ~11% decrease in community HIV ...

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