Project Name:Preparing Tomorrow’s Minority Task Force in Coastal Resilience through Interdisciplinary Education and Research
Other Research Participants/Partners:Suryadip Chakraborty, Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Johnson C. Smith University; UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte and Jackson State University
Conducting research projects that involve students during Fall 2021, Spring 2022, and Summer 2022.
During the Fall and Spring semesters, two faculty members will engage 3 students each in research activities related to Coastal Resilience subjects, utilizing relevant software, data analytics, data science to understand natural disasters and find effective solutions.
During the Summer, two faculty members will be engaging 14 students over a one-week period in similar research projects as mentioned above.
Increasing student enrollment and retention in Computer Science and Engineering
Presentations and Reports:
2016 Annual Meeting presentation
2017 Annual Meeting presentation
2018 Annual Meeting presentation
2019 Annual Meeting presentation
2020 Annual Meeting presentation
2021 Annual Meeting presentation
Year 1 Annual Report
Year 2 Annual Report
Year 3 Annual Report
Year 4 Annual Report
Year 5 Annual Report
In the News:
Students participate in second annual summer exchange program
Project teaches students wider application of computer sciences
Students learn disaster management in Homeland Security-funded camp