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Boise State CS at the Center of the Downtown Boise Tech Industry (Idaho Business Review)

Idaho Business Review’s Liz Stewart reports on downtown Boise’s workforce, with emphasis on the tech sector and Boise State CS’s role in the software ecosystem. The article, featured on the Idaho Business Review website (no subscription required for this article) and … (Read More) Boise State CS at the Center of the Downtown Boise Tech Industry (Idaho Business Review)

Pouring One Out for Charity

When local brewery Boise Brewing wanted to figure out how to display their monthly charity proceeds, they turned to a group of seniors in Boise State’s computer science department for help. Their challenge: engineer a smart tap handle that could … (Read More) Pouring One Out for Charity

Coding Their Way Through the Glass Ceiling

"Computer science is a great career path for parents. This program makes it feel more accessible for this group of incredible women." (Read More) Coding Their Way Through the Glass Ceiling

Hoda Mehrpouyan Receives NSF Early Career Development Award

Hoda Mehrpouyan, an assistant professor in the computer science department and associate director of the Cyber Lab for Industrial Control Systems, was awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to further her cybersecurity and network research. This prestigious, five-year award … (Read More) Hoda Mehrpouyan Receives NSF Early Career Development Award

Catching up with Boise State University’s World Museum – and it’s high-tech approach to art (Idaho Business Review)

Idaho Business Review’s Sharon Fisher reports on the progress of the Boise State University World Museum and Dr. Steve Cutchin’s role in leading the design effort. The article, featured on the Idaho Business Review website (no subscription required for this article) … (Read More) Catching up with Boise State University’s World Museum – and it’s high-tech approach to art (Idaho Business Review)

The Arbiter: Senior Design Project Team ‘Tapped’ for Charity Pour Project

The Arbiter met up with one of the Spring 2019 senior design project teams to learn more about their project with Boise Brewing. Read more at https://arbiteronline.com/senior-capstone-project-counts-on-beer/. (Read More) The Arbiter: Senior Design Project Team ‘Tapped’ for Charity Pour Project

Don Winiecki and Noah Salzman awarded ‘Distinguished Paper’

Don Winiecki, Ed.D., and Noah Salzman, Ph.D., were awarded ‘Distinguished Paper’ for their paper “Teaching Professional Morality & Ethics to Undergraduate Computer Science Students through Cognitive Apprenticeships & Case Studies: Experiences in CS-HU 130 ‘Foundational Values’” presented at the RESPECT … (Read More) Don Winiecki and Noah Salzman awarded ‘Distinguished Paper’

ACM IDC Conference Coming to Boise, Chaired by Dr. Jerry Alan Fails

The 18th ACM Conference on Interaction Design and Children (IDC 2019) will be held in Boise, Idaho June 12-15, 2019. Dr. Jerry Alan Fails, an associate professor in the the Computer Science Department, is the General Chair for the conference. … (Read More) ACM IDC Conference Coming to Boise, Chaired by Dr. Jerry Alan Fails

Dr. Gaby Dagher Speaks at FBI Cyber Task Force Meeting

On January 29, 2019 Dr. Gaby Dagher presented to the 2019 2nd Quarter Cyber Task Force (CTF) Meeting held by the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Salt Lake City Field Office at eBay’s campus in Draper, Utah. Sharing the work … (Read More) Dr. Gaby Dagher Speaks at FBI Cyber Task Force Meeting

Researchers Awarded Grant to Advance Water Modeling Across Continent

Brianne Phillips, Boise State Communications and Marketing –  Two Boise State University researchers have been awarded a $700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support the transdisciplinary scholarship of Assistant Professor of Computer Science Cathie Olschanowsky and Associate … (Read More) Researchers Awarded Grant to Advance Water Modeling Across Continent