Students participate in a Computer Science class on Mobile Health taught by Professor Dave Kotz at DAS 2017. Dartmouth Adventures in STEM (DAS) is a weeklong pre-orientation program that introduces incoming E. E. Just participants to the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The 2017 DAS program took place August 13-17.
E.E. Just Faculty Advisor Professor Robyn Millan
E.E. Just Faculty Advisor, Professor Robyn Millan, receives the John M. Manley Huntington Award for Newly Promoted Faculty for her valuable contributions as a scholar, teacher, and a mentor in the field of Physics and Astronomy.Nine other members of the faculty have been recognized by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for their contributions as scholars, teachers, and mentors in their respective fields.
Science Forum: Photo Forensics
On April 12, Professor Hany Farid, chair of the Computer Science Department, was the guest speaker at the weekly E.E. Just Program Science Forum. Professor Farid spoke to the E.E. Just Scholars about photo forensics and the technologies involved in determining whether a photo, like the one the shark and helicopter pictured here, is real or fake. (Image courtesy of Hany Farid)
Each year, the program recognizes graduating seniors at our annual awards ceremony. Professor Craig Sutton with this year's E.E. Just Graduating Seniors at the at the Hanover Inn on May 30, 2017.