Caitlyn Clabaugh ’13, Cara Takemoto ’12, Daisy Sheng ’14, Subin Park ’14, Leila Zilles ’12, Cristina Cabrera ’13, Alexandra Marrero ’13, Emily Levine ’12, and Melanie Shafer ’12 have all received $4,000 fellowships from Bryn Mawr’s Computer Science Department.
The fellowships are funded by various ongoing research projects within the department: Partnerships for International Research & Education (PIRE), Institute for Personal Robots in Education (IPRE), and Center for Science of Information (CSoI); all of which are funded by The National Science Foundation.
The fellowships are for any Bryn Mawr student pursuing computer science as a part of her studies (major or minor).
“This is our way to encourage students in other disciplines to think about and pursue computing as a part of their studies,” says Computer Science Professor Deepak Kumar.
Fellowships will be available again next year. Information about the fellowships will be posted on the Computer Science Department website.