Colloquium Series: Amy Occhialino, Intel

We’re very excited to announce that Amy Occhialino, director of Open Source Software Engineering at Intel, will be giving a colloquium as part of this semester’s colloquium series! Amy has spent 20 years at Intel, primarily driving semi-conductor design, manufacturing, and innovation. In 2017, Amy switching into delivering open source software at Intel and currently […]

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Featured Student: Lexie Boren

Bio Course of Study: Computer Science and English double majorHometown: Boulder, COInterests include: Knitting, crafting, reading, plants. If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? I would have made more friends in the department in my earlier years! I always did okay in Computer Science classes, but […]

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Featured Student: Raya Deussen

Bio Course of Study: Computer Science majorHometown: Bainbridge Island, WashingtonInterests include: Art, Illustration for the Pioneer Log (LC student-run newspaper), French, Plants 🙂 If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? Probably start earlier! I took a CS class for fun my sophomore year when I was […]

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Interdisciplinary Soiree

The LC ACM Student Chapter (computer club) is hosting an event this Thursday, October 17. Join us for the first ever Interdisciplinary Soirée. Our event will feature panelists who will discuss their experience with computational work in a variety of fields: visual arts, biology, economics, music, and environmental sciences. The event will begin at 7 […]

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Featured Student: Ryan Crim

Bio Course of Study: CS major; Rhetoric and Media Studies minor.Hometown: San Antonio, Texas (Go Spurs!)Interests include: Cooking, Camping, 30 Rock If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? I would take classes earlier, because I started my major late. While I adore taking two computer science classes a semester, […]

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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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