Computing for Social Good

Fall 2016
Ellen Zegura
CS 4150
CS 6150

Students work in teams on projects that come from external partners. These partner organizations generally work on pressing social problems and provide services to communities and individuals in need. Examples of problem domains from past offerings include homelessness, mental illness, autism, migrant farm worker health, childhood blindness, food security. The course requires substantial computer science background as prerequisite.

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