Computer Science Department
Computer Science Major James Newman Wins Undergraduate Research Award (Fall 2014)
Senior computer science major James Newman earned second place in an undergraduate research poster competition held at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges 2014 Midwest Regional Conference. James presented his project "GlassClass: Exploring the Design, Implementation, and Acceptance of Google Glass in the Classroom". James was supported by DePauw's National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates program while he worked on this project with Professor Dave Berque during the summer of 2014.
During the conference, which was held at Olivet Nazarene University, a panel of judges evaluated the student researchers on the quality of their work, the content of their posters, and on their ability to explain their work orally. James received a cash award for his second place finish.