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  1. Candidates Weekend Welcome

    ... in which you will travel, meet lots of new people, and learn about a great place to do your graduate studies. Be sure to check out the ... students. Before you come, you should know something about these research groups so you have some direction during your visit. ...

  2. Jim Kurose selected to serve as Assistant Director for the National Science Foundation's CISE Directorate

    ... universities and other institutions. Each year, NSF receives about 50,000 competitive requests for funding, and makes about 11,500 new funding awards. NSF also awards about $593 million in ...

  3. TA Policies

    ... of the College and University. If you have any questions about anything on this page, please contact the Graduate Program Manager or ... so you should talk with your supervising faculty/instructor about how or if your TAship requirements differ from what is described here. ...

  4. Ages of Discord: A Structural-Demographic Analysis of Political Violence Waves

    ... 12:30 pm Abstract:   A useful approach to thinking about outbreaks of political violence (scaling up to revolutions and civil ... American Civil War. I also discuss what this theory tells us about the U.S. today.   Bio:   Peter Turchin is a scientist and an ...

  5. Data Science Tea: MS Industry Mentorship Student

    ...       technology that provides detailed information about the text and       formatting of the manuscript. We will be ...       belong to a particular theme without caring about other       information not of direct interest to her. This is ...

  6. In Memoriam: Steve Constantine (1955 - 2013) - services held on July 15

    ... was a dedicated teacher who encouraged his students to think about how computing was positively and negatively impacting society. Because of ... Steve was beloved by CS students who consistently raved about his classes. Among many others, he taught the junior year writing course, ...

  7. Constantine, Stephen

    ... was a dedicated teacher who encouraged his students to think about how computing was positively and negatively impacting society. Because of ... Steve was beloved by CS students who consistently raved about his classes. Among many others, he taught the junior year writing course, ...

  8. Exploratory Track FAQ

    ... Math 131.  Go to Major Change to CS  to learn more about the application process.   Note that acceptance into the computer ... most of them are open or "unrestricted"; however, there are about a dozen "restricted" majors at UMass.  A restricted major is simply one ...

  9. Fall 17 Course Descriptions

    ... focus of the course will be on planning events and learning about issues related to representation in computer science education. Students ... these sensors can enable higher-order inferences about more complex human activities/behavioral states (e.g., activity patterns, ...

  10. Faculty Spotlight: Ramesh Sitaraman

    ... many large, unreliable networks that people really cared about. That is, until the Internet serendipitously came of age in the late ... successful. But, I missed "blue skies" research and thinking about what I wanted, without the constraints of business. And, most of all, I ...

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