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Two CS Students Receive National Awards

Morgan Quigley and Moriah McClanahan are the recent recipients of two different national awards.

Annual Golf & Grub Social

ATTENTION ALL CS ALUMNI, FACULTY, and GRADUATE STUDENTS

YOU'RE INVITED to the ANNUAL GOLF & GRUB EVENT on THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2005.

For those golfing enthusiasts, come to the CS Department office to sign-up your teams (3361 TMCB). The green fee is $11 for walkers & $17 for riders. The game begins at 1pm at Cascade Golf Course.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship awarded to CS Student

In addition to Morgan Quigley and Moriah McClanahan, who were recently featured on the website, another CS student has received a prestigious national award.

New Course for Fall 2005: Statistical Natural Language Processing

STATISTICAL NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING



CS 601R Section 2, Fall 2005, MWF 10-10:50am taught by Dr. Eric Ringger

Welcome to Our Newest Faculty Member, Eric Ringger!

Eric Ringger has recently joined the Computer Science Department faculty. Dr. Ringger comes from Microsoft Research's Natural Language Processing group and has worked in several areas of NLP, including the TRAINS dialog system as a doctoral student at the University of Rochester, the MSR-MT translation system at Microsoft, and the TaskFlags email classification system. He is the father of four children, all in elementary school this year, and is married to Kirsti Asplund Ringger, who he met as an undergraduate student at BYU.

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