Lego Colosseum, 9036 pieces - brought to you by Dianna and her family
A juror choice award Utah Teapot from the Utah Graphics Lab, courtesy of Xuan Huang, class of 2018.
Greetings from BMC alumna in California
Congratulations, Computer Science Class of 2018!
May Day 2018
Congratulations, Computer Science Class of 2017!
For more information about being a student in computer science, contact the major reps: Elia Anagnostou eanagnosto@bmc, Zainab Batool zbatool@bmc, Nitisha Bhandarin nbhandari@bmc, and Faryal Khan fakhan@bmc.
Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 6:00p (Virtual)
Talk: On Making Tech Inclusive for African Students
Pelagia Mazoni, Haverford CS Class of 2022
This talk was the winner of the 2020 Student of Vision Abie Award at the prestigious Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in 2020.
Registration is required at this link: Link has now expired.
Friday, March 25 to April 2, 2021 (Virtual, on-demand screening)
Film: Coded Bias
When MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini discovers that facial recognition does not see dark-skinned faces accurately, she embarks on a journey to push for the first-ever U.S. legislation against bias in algorithms that impact us all. Run time 90 mins. Released in November 2020.
The most important film you will watch this semester!
Registration is required: Link has now expired.
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Teach in: Discussion Coded Bias and related issues.
Led by: Professor Sorelle Friedler, Professor Alvin Grissom, and Professor Rajesh Kumar
Time: From 4:00p
Register (required) for Zoom Link: Click here.
If you still need to watch the film: Click here. (Valid until April 7)
Quick Course Links for Spring 2021 (coming soon)
CMSC 113 Computer Science 1 (Normoyle)
CMSC 206 Data Structures (Towell)*
CMSC 231 Discrete Mathematics (Xu)
CMSC 240 Principles of Computer Organization (Kumar)
CMSC 246 Systems Programming (Towell)*
CMSC 312 Computer Graphics (Normoyle)
CMSC 353 Software Engineering (Murphy)
CMSC 399-1 Senior Conference (Xu)
CMSC 399-2 Senior Conference (Murphy)
All classes are remote-only (synchronous) except those marked * (in-person only).
Resources for Self-Study in January-February 2021
Please, be safe. Wear a mask.