Dr. Patrick Juola and four Computer Science majors present three papers at Penn State University
Dr. Patrick Juola and four Computer Science majors collectively presented three papers at the Keystone DH Conference (http://keystonedh.network/2018/) hosted by Penn State University. The conference showcases scholarly research in the digital humanities. Pictured below from left to right: Nick Costello (undergraduate student), Dr. Patrick Juola (CS Professor), Derek Prijatelj (class of '18), Nicholas Marshman (class of '18) and Mathew Kaufman (class of '18). In addition, Dr. Juola, Nick Costello, Derek Prijatelj and Nicholas Marshman are members of the Duquesne University Evaluating Variations in Language Laboratory (EVL Lab).
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