Author: Stephanie Valentine

The Faculty Heirarchy of Needs

So. You’re a faculty member. Wow! You have the job of inspiring awe and cultivating competency in the thousands of students that you’ll work with throughout your career! The future of your industry rests upon the preparation you give your

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One Step At A Time, One Hope, Then Another…

I PASSED MY QUALIFYING EXAM!!!!!! I am a legitimate PhD student. :-)

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Honored with Susan M. Arseven ’75 Make-A-Difference Award!

I am so honored to have been nominated for and selected as a recipient of  the Susan M. Arseven ’75 Make-A-Difference Award at the 2013 WISE Conference at Texas A&M University! I had the opportunity to meet some amazing and

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Mechanix Featured in New Scientist Magazine!

The technology editor for New Scientist Magazine featured Mechanix (and me!) in an article titled “The Rise of the Markerbots” in the August 4th issue! See the article here!

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Sketch Recognition Lab researchers honored at IAAI in Toronto

Researchers in the Sketch Recognition Lab in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University will be honored at the 24th Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI) in Toronto July 22-26. See full article here!

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