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Charlie Nagle publishes paper in Studies in Second Language Acquisition

Charlie Nagle, associate professor of Spanish, has co-authored a paper entitled “Beyond Linguistic Features: Exploring behavioral and affective correlates of comprehensible second language speech.” The paper appears in Studies in Second Language Acquisition, which is published by Cambridge University Press. The paper explores the factors that make it easy or difficult to understand a speaker. … Continue reading Charlie Nagle publishes paper in Studies in Second Language Acquisition

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Associate Professor Wei Le earns grant from the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University

Associate Professor Wei Le in the Department of Computer Sciences, has received a grant from the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Le received funding for the Rapid Adjudication of Static Analysis Alerts During Continuous Integration (CI) project. This project aims to develop algorithms and tools for matching static warnings and vulnerabilities across software … Continue reading Associate Professor Wei Le earns grant from the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University

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Associate Teaching Professor Adisak Sukul named Google Cloud Faculty Expert

Associate Teaching Professor Adisak Sukul has been selected as a Google Cloud Faculty Expert for 2020-21, for the second continuous year. The Google Cloud Faculty Expert rewards Google Cloud’s top faculty advocates with professional development, recognition, networking opportunities, and access to Google developers for helping other educators explore the benefits of Cloud Computing in the … Continue reading Associate Teaching Professor Adisak Sukul named Google Cloud Faculty Expert

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Alicia Carriquiry awarded the Zellner Medal

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor and President’s Chair in Statistics Alicia Carriquiry for winning the Zellner Medal from the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA). According to the ISBA, “The purpose of the Zellner Medal is to recognize ISBA members who have rendered exceptional and distinguished service to ISBA over an extended period of time, and … Continue reading Alicia Carriquiry awarded the Zellner Medal

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Paper co-authored by statistics professor and graduate students named February Editor’s Choice by Preventative Veterinary Medicine

A paper co-authored by Associate Professor in Statistics and Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine Chong Wang, statistics graduate student Dapeng Hu, and statistics graduate student Paul Morris was named February Editor’s Choice by Preventive Veterinary Medicine. The article, “Active regional surveillance for early detection of exotic/emerging pathogens of swine: A comparison of statistical methods … Continue reading Paper co-authored by statistics professor and graduate students named February Editor’s Choice by Preventative Veterinary Medicine

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Michael Bugeja publishes several opinion and analysis pieces

Michael Bugeja, Disginguished Professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, penned several opinion pieces which are featured in high-profile publications. Bugeja authored two analysis pieces for the Poynter Institute, a non-profit journalism school and research organization. “Holding signatories and adherents to account in the Texas Supreme Court Case” and “Understanding journalism (or its … Continue reading Michael Bugeja publishes several opinion and analysis pieces