In July 2017, two Rice University computer science faculty members received prestigious awards from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the largest organization dedicated to the educational and scientific work and accomplishments of computing professionals.
Lauren Khoo, a recent Rice University alumna, was named the recipient of the Computer Science Department's annual Jason Chahin Innovation and Excellence Award.
Two upperclass Computer Science students were recently recognized for their academic excellence.
Middle school students were treated to personal interactions with a robot to help the students see the opportunities available in STEM fields and introduce them to engineering.
Rice University computer scientist Lydia Kavraki has received one of the most prestigious honors in her field, the Association for Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Athena Lecturer Award.
Computer Science students Zhouhan Chen, Isaac Dykeman, and Raymond Cano won recognition for their research.
Three Computer Science majors were selected by the CS Undergraduate Student Committee to receive Chevron Awards.