Perspectives from CISE Leadership
January 14, 2016
Jim Kurose, CISE AD, on making great strides for computer science education
Jim Kurose, CISE AD, announces NSF is co-lead of the National Strategic Computing Initiative (NSCI)
Erwin Gianchandani, Deputy Division Director for Computer and Network Systems, shares his thoughts on going beyond today’s Internet.
Jim Kurose, CISE AD, shares information about the FY 2016 Budget Request.
Jan Cuny, Program Director for Computer Science Education and Workforce Development, shares her thoughts on expanding access to computer science courses.
Keith Marzullo, Division Director for Computer and Network Systems, shares his thoughts on Cyber-Physical Systems.
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