A new coding program created by Penn alumni will help students learn real-world computer science skills without ever setting foot in Computer and Information Science 110.
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While today’s politicians and lawmakers struggle to find a balance between personal privacy and national security, a Penn professor is working on an answer.
“Funny Little Calculus Text” sounds more like a children’s book than the title of a Penn professor’s latest book. But for professor Robert Ghrist, a playful title is just one aspect of showing people that math can be fun.
Most computer science courses are born from a professor's research or are part of a prescribed track within the major. But CIS 399: Foundations of Data Science — newly offered this semester — began with a few students and a good idea.
Imagine a list containing every single Wawa location on the planet. Such an enormous amount of information seems impossible to conceive — but soon, computer science students at Penn will begin to make some sense of it.
A race car speeds around a track at top speeds of 200 mph. The cars stay dangerously close together to draft off one other. In a split second, a car drifting too close or a driver losing control of the wheel can cause a devastating crash. But thanks to four Penn students’ senior design project, drivers in the future could have a better chance of making it out alive.
On the first episode of the webseries “Granted,” a local high school football team, the Williamstown Braves, was grieving over the loss of one of its players . Gathered on the field during practice, the team erupted in cheers after hearing that they would get to meet the Philadelphia Eagles.
Last Friday, instead of the usual quiet on Locust Walk, the street was filled with neon lights and crazy electric guitar solos.
On Saturday night, studentsdanced to blaring music in a packed building — but this was no frat party.
For many Penn students, Hangify has become their first resource to figure out what to do on nights and weekends. Merv Arnold-Lyons, a College senior and the company’s founder and current CEO, has no plans for slowing down anytime soon.