At Wheaton, students are busy working with mobile robot platforms, drones, 3D printers, laser cutters, and soon, motion-capture and eye-tracking toys;hundreds of LEDs and 17-gauge electric fence wire; conductive thread and an embroidery machine; searching strings of DNA or Anglo-Saxon in Python; playing system admin on their own Linux/MacOS/Windows server; hiding surfaces in OpenGL; and building web apps for clients.
Wheaton’s 12 to 1 student-faculty ratio, on-campus help finding intern experiences, and Wheaton’s curriculum highlighting connections among the traditional disciplines provide unique opportunities for undergraduates to do research in computing.
You can learn more about potential research opportunities in:
Professor LeBlanc’s Research
Professor Gousie’s Research