The faculty of the Department of Computer Science aspires to excellence in teaching computer science at all levels, emphasizing both long-term academic preparation and shorter-term economic importance. The faculty is also dedicated to excellence in research and graduate education by developing strengths in a small number of focused research areas and by exploiting Computer Science's unique opportunities for collaboration with other strong research areas at the University.
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|James Bagrow, Assistant Professor (Clarkson University)|
|Josh Bongard, Associate Professor (University of Zurich)|
|Chris Danforth, Associate Professor (University of Maryland, College Park)|
|Jeffrey Dinitz, Professor (The Ohio State University)|
|Lisa Dion, Lecturer (University of Michigan)|
|Peter Sheridan Dodds, Professor (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)|
|Jeanne Douglas, Senior Lecturer Emeritus (University of Vermont)|
|Mary Dunlop, Assistant Professor (California Institute of Technology)|
|Margaret (Maggie) Eppstein, Chair / Professor (University of Vermont)|
|Robert Erickson, Senior Lecturer (Clarkson University)|
|Paul Hines, Associate Professor (Carnegie Mellon University)|
|Jackie Horton, Senior Lecturer (University of Vermont)|
|Byung S. Lee, Professor (Stanford University)|
|Dawei Li, Assistant Professor|
|Alan Ling, Associate Professor (University of Waterloo)|
|Kurt Oughstun, Professor (University of Rochester)|
|Alison Pechenick, Senior Lecturer (University of Vermont)|
|George Pinder, Professor (University of Illinois, Urbana)|
|Michael Radermacher, Associate Professor (Technical University of Munich)|
|Donna Rizzo, Professor (University of Vermont)|
|Christian Skalka, Associate Professor (Johns Hopkins University)|
|Robert Snapp, Associate Professor (University of Texas, Austin)|
|Alicia Wolfe, Lecturer (UMass, Amherst)|
|Jun Yu, Professor (University of Washington)|
|Asim Zia, Assistant Professor|
|John Cohn, Adjunct Professor|
The CS staff is committed to helping our students handle all their non-academic requirements smoothly and expeditiously.
Although academic advising resides primarily in the hands of the faculty, the support and advice our students receive from the experienced staff of the Office of Student Services is integral to ensuring that our students navigate their college years as easily as possible. Career services provides help with obtaining pre-professional work, career planning, networking and researching graduate programs. Our Outreach and Diversity staff strive to involve potential students in the world of engineering, mathematics and computer science while increasing the number of women and minority students in our programs, creating a dynamic student body.
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