Fourteen African American Ph.D. Researchers in Computer Science

10Apr09

During Black History month 2009 Portland State University computer science professor Bryant York profiled 14 African-American males who are doing advanced research in computer science. These brothers are doing extraordinary research in everything from Network Security to Visual Data Mining. The 14 combined have over $32 million in research grant funding. I had the pleasure of hearing one of the brothers on the list by the name of Dr. Brian Blake at Georgetown University speak a week ago at the Tapia Computing Conference in Portland, OR during the Google session. He provided some excellent insight into resume/CV writing.

Also, a separate document about African American women researchers in Computer Science is being developed by a colleague of Dr. Bryant York. I will keep you posted on its development.

Click hereto view the pdf of the write up.

Mike Digital

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One Response to “Fourteen African American Ph.D. Researchers in Computer Science”

  1. Bro. Lang — it is for posts like this one where you drop knowledge that isn’t readily available anywhere else that you earned the ‘E for Excellence’ blogging award!

    http://electronicvillage.blogspot.com/2009/04/e-for-excellence-award.html

    peace, Villager


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