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  • Earlham College Computer Science
    heavily influenced by the liberal arts mission of the College in particular our interdisciplinary approach and our inclusion of the cultural legal and ethical issues surrounding computing within the curriculum We provide our graduates with the ability to make informed decisions about the appropriate use of technology in a variety of contexts Our curriculum s wonderfully strong mix of theory and practice in conjunction with our applied and research activities produces graduates prepared for a variety of careers in computer science Students who major or minor in CS have gone on to advanced studies in computer science and other disciplines software engineering positions and system network and database administration Note Application for the URPC poster session can be found here Recent News from the CS Department Students win award for Best Paper As part of a multi national collaboration a group of Earlham computer science physics and biology students and alums have been working with geologists biologists archeologists and agronomists on a series of field science projects over the past two years The first paper to emerge from these collaborations was delivered by Deeksha Srinath CS WIGS 17 Tara Urner Physics Philosophy 16 and Kristin Muterspaw CS Classics 15 at

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Academics - Overview
    liberal arts mission of the College in particular our interdisciplinary approach and our inclusion of the cultural legal and ethical issues surrounding computing within the curriculum In the past students have realized this goal in unique ways Our department tends to offer topics courses which range from the robotics to environmental science This is usually through the May Term offerings 100 Level to 200 Level These are entry level courses

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/academics/overview.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Earlham College Computer Science
    participate in one or more of these groups as part of their educational experience while at Earlham During the academic year students are paid through work study We hope that students will work between 8 and 10 hours each week including at least one weekly planning meeting with their particular group Many of the groups have projects which are more appropriate to work on during winter and summer breaks We encourage students to spend one or more breaks working on campus The wages are the same during breaks but we also provide housing on campus Note Application for the applied groups can be found here WebDev Maintain the web layout structure and look of the CS department at Earlham College Green Science Designs installs and maintains modest solar and wind generation systems and building level power consumption monitoring gear HIP Develop hardware interfacing software for the Linux platform Disaster Prep and Response DPR Expedite disaster and emergency reponse by providing accessible information for better preparation of the first responders System Administrators Maintenance of the physical machines used by the Earlham Computer Science Department Cluster Computing Group Maintenance of the cluster system used by the Natural Science Division Helping Others Program

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/applied-groups/overview.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Earlham College Computer Science
    interests are in the areas of database systems parallel and distributed computing computational science and hardware software systems He is the norminal leader of Earlham s Cluster Computing Group home of the LittleFe and BCCD projects and the emerging Disaster Preparation and Response project Charlie is the faculty advisor to the Hardware Interfacing Project and Green Science Applied Science Groups Xunfei Jiang Assistant Professor of Computer Science Xunfei Jiang teaches

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/people/faculty.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Earlham College Computer Science
    move to grad school and learn more about their particular field of interest in Computer Science some choose to work for companies as well as start companies of their own Being involved in applied groups is an excellent way of discovering your own interests by getting hands on experience Our graduates have gone on to involve themselves actively in several fields including Designing and writing software Graduate school for Computer

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/jobs/overview.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Opportunities - Resources
    Integrated Learning Students are encouraged to use the Center for Integrated Learning as it offers fantastic support for any student who uses it well They offer writing help interview skills help locating potential internships To find out more about this service here is a link to their website Center For Integrated Learning Tutoring Other resources include tutoring which has been offered mostly for the introductory courses CS128 CS256 and CS310

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/culture/resources.html (2016-02-07)
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  • URPC 2015
    students faculty and members of the wider community to see what your fellow students are doing to discuss your work with others and to discuss their work with them The conference will be held in Center for Science and Technology CST on Friday October 30th Posters will remain up the following week allowing those who missed the conference to explore the range of research that we undertake Abstracts will be gathered into bound proceedings which will be distributed at the conference and typically will be distributed by the College for promotional purposes Copyrights are maintained by the author s Call for Papers Abstract should be no more than 250 words Abstracts must be submitted on line via the form at Abstract Application Please sign up with your Earlham email address so that you can edit the application later if you wish to do so The form provides fields for entering title author s faculty as well as a block in which you can either type or paste in the body of the abstract One of the authors must be designated as the presenting author Once you press on Submit Form the application will be automatically entered and can be further edited before the abstract submission deadline The body of the abstract should not include the title the author s the organization or the faculty supervisor Faculty from outside of Earlham should include their institution name department and address of the institution Abstracts Guidelines Abstracted From www science duq edu Abstracts are expected to report the basic informational content of the poster are typically written in passive voice past tense must summarize the technical content of the poster and furnish sufficient information to allow the reader to judge whether he or she should consult the poster for all of the details

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/poster/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Earlham College Computer Science
    Main Navigation Academics Applied Groups People Jobs Search

    Original URL path: https://www.cs.earlham.edu/search.php (2016-02-07)
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