Elon Computing Sciences Professor Megan Squire writes about the technology behind protecting digital privacy.
The Internet and technology pioneer spent the day at Elon on Sept. 30 and was awarded the inaugural Imagining the Internet Areté Medallion.
Google's chief Internet evangelist, known as one of the "fathers of the Internet," talked with Elon students, faculty and staff about the impact of technology on modern life.
It's the second book for PACKT Publishing for Megan Squire, professor of computing sciences.
The program takes place at a major IT technical center operated by Fidelity in Research Triangle Park.
Their research appears in the proceedings of OpenSym 2016, the 12th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, held in Berlin, Germany.
For more than a decade, John Marshall ’01 has channeled his Elon experience to protect the United States from cyber attacks.
The professor of computing sciences won the "Best Data Showcase Award" at the 13th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories for her paper and longitudinal data set about software developers who use the Ruby programming language.
President Emeritus Earl J. Danieley, who has given Elon 70 years of service, is among 19 faculty and staff members retiring this year.
Drs. Hutchings and Squire published "VisMap: Exploratory Visualization Support for Introductory Data Science and Visualization" in the proceedings of The ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Hutchings presented the work at the conference on March 3, 2016, in Memphis.
The newest cohort of scholars will participate in a program that helps Elon University faculty integrate sustainability into an existing course.
The assistant professor of computing sciences collaborated with researchers from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on the work presented at the International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras.
The 12th Annual Teaching & Learning Conference at Elon University encouraged hundreds of professors from across the nation to seek creative approaches to educating their students.
A grant from the Coleman Foundation will support the fellows' efforts to encourage entrepreneurship at Elon.
It takes patience to correct misspelled words, convert file formats and remove incomplete records when analyzing large amounts of information contained in databases and spreadsheets. A new book by Elon University Professor Megan Squire helps to make such tasks easier.
Offered by the Department of Computing Sciences, the information science program has earned praise from graduates who are advancing their careers or pursuing graduate degrees using concepts honed at Elon University.
This article appears in the proceedings of the IEEE 37th International Conference on Software Engineering.
Their article appears in the edited volume "Open Source Systems: Adoption and Impact" following the 10th International Conference on Open Source Systems held in Florence, Italy
Peter Lindstrom ’94, Julie Dyke Ford ’95 and Christopher Nave ’04 received the 2015 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during a special April 30 ceremony.
The newest cohort of scholars will participate in a program that helps faculty integrate sustainability into an existing course.
Six female leaders in technology discuss the under-representation of women in technical roles, and what can be done to encourage participation by women
Megan Squire in the Department of Computing Sciences is the principal investigator for a three-year, $240,028 grant.
As a growing number of grade schools complement traditional textbooks with computer tablets, senior Jeff Stern is using a top Elon University award to research the way children retain information from the two types of media.
Daniel M. Russell, über tech lead for Google Search Quality & User Happiness, encouraged School of Communications students to stay on top of changes to search engine technology as he offered advice for delving deeper into online queries.
Elon University students in a Winter Term "Burst the Bubble" course welcomed local children and their parents to campus in late January for activities that exposed youth to the academic and career possibilities of programming and software design.
The first paper is on the new tools and artifacts used to study software development empirically, while the second paper describes how to use text mining techniques on the StackOverflow software development website.
The article presents an infrastructure for the replicable study of email archives.
In a Thursday afternoon forum, Steve Wozniak fielded questions from an Elon University community fascinated by his views on technology, Steve Jobs and the way the personal computer he invented four decades ago revolutionized the world.