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 Spending the Summer at Homeland Security

Dr. Cyntrica Easton, assistant professor of computer science, was recently accepted into the Department of Homeland Security Summer Research Program for Minority Serving Institutions.

She will conduct research at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. Dr. George C. Harrison, professor of computer science, was appointed as a commission member of the 2013–2014 ABET Computing Accreditation Commission by the ABET Board of Directors Executive Committee. This is his second one-year appointment. Zenora Spellman, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education administrator and the Science and Technology Academicians on the Road to Success (STARS) research program coordinator, was awarded the 2013 Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s Outstanding Service Award.





 
     
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