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    New York Times interviews Professor LeBlanc

    When it comes to digital humanities, Wheaton faculty lead the way. The New York Times picked up on the trend with an article, headlined “Computer Science for the Rest of Us,” featuring an interview with Professor LeBlanc. More »
  • The WHALE Lab

    Want to learn how to knit, solder, weld, letterpress print, sculpt, design? More »
  • Claudia D’Adamo '13

    Claudia D'Adamo '13

    Claudia D’Adamo ’13 is working to improve automated monitoring of critically injured patients. More »
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    Scheduling for the Future

    Members of the Computer Science club have collaborated to create a new course selection tool aimed at helping students easily and efficiently choose courses at Wheaton! More »
  • Wheaton Summer Science Class

    A Robot, Beowulf and Algorithms

    Many students (and even recent graduates) continue their scholarly pursuits on campus after classes have finished. More »
  • Emily Baldwin

    Emily Baldwin ’14 puts cyber intelligence to work

    Emily Baldwin works with the staff at Sandia National Laboratories in the International Safeguards and Technology Systems Department in support of Sandia’s global security mission. More »
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    Stephanie Antetomaso '12 wins Grace Hopper Award

    Stephanie wins First Place at the National Conference for Women in Computing. More »
  • Christina

    Graduating senior lands Raytheon job

    Find out what this former track runner and admission tour guide has been up to... More »
  • Tom Armstrong

    Armstrong wins Fulbright

    Tom Armstrong, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, will spend a semester as a Fulbright Scholar at the Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University in Gujarat, India. More »
  • Tom Armstrong

    Robotics research awards faculty member the Whiting Fellowship

    Professor Armstrong has been awarded the Whiting Fellowship for scholarly work in the growing area of robotics. More »