ACM Colloquium Series: Brian House

Professor Brian House, of the Lewis & Clark Art Department, will be giving the first ACM colloquium of the semester. Brian’s background in both computer science and sound informs his research-based artistic practice—recent interests include extractive industries and urban rats. Join us in the Watzek Classroom on Wednesday, October 2 at 4:00 PM. Light refreshments […]

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Featured Student: Liza Clairagneau

Bio Course of Study: Psychology and Computer Science/Mathematics double majorHometown: Kigali, RwandaInterests include: Art, Dance, Decolonial work, Netflix/TV shows If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? I would start learning computer science early. I sometimes expect myself to find CS as intuitive as maths sometimes feel, […]

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Featured Student: Joy Zeichick

This schoolyear’s first ACM featured student is Joy Zeichick! If you’d like to nominate someone (or yourself) to be the ACM featured student, see this form. Bio Major: Rhetoric and Media Studies Minor: Computer ScienceHometown: Chico, CAMain interests: Theater, photography, books What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? Teaching kids Python and Lua coding this […]

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