JACKSONVILLE -- March 19, 2002 --
Dr. Randy K. Smith and Dr. Guillermo Francia, III, of the Department of
Mathematical, Computing and Information Sciences were recently invited by the National Science Foundation to present their work at The 33rd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Their work, funded in
part by an NSF grant entitled "Integration of Wireless Technologies into an
Undergraduate Networks Exploration Laboratory," was one of sixteen projects
chosen nationwide to be presented at the Technology Showcase of the Symposium.
The Symposium is an international conference attended by over 1,000
Computer Science educators and researchers. This year's event was held in
Covington, Kentucky, just across the river from Cincinnati. This marks the
second time that the pair has been invited to present at the Symposium. The
last time Dr. Smith and Dr. Francia presented at the Symposium was March of
2000 in Austin, Texas.