News/CPATH Announcement

Trinity, Wesleyan, and Connecticut College Receive Collaborative NSF Grant

Trinity College is the lead institution in a three-college collaboration on this project. The total grant is $496,429. Professor Ralph Morelli is the Principal Investigator (PI) for the grant. Professors Danny Krizanc and Norman Danner are the co-PIs from Wesleyan University, and Professors Gary Parker and Ozgur Izmirli are co-PIs from Connecticut College. Wesleyan and Conn College received separately awarded grants from NSF for their parts in the project.

At Trinity, Professor Morelli will work with Trishan de Lanerolle (who will act as project director) and with Heidi J.C. Ellis, Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science.

The grant was made by the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) directorate of NSF in the program, Pathways to Revitalized Undergraduate Computing Education. A description of the award and a project summary can be found here.

Trinity College Press Release: Trinity Receives $355,000 to Develop Computer Software to Help Humanitarian Causes and Revitalize Computer Education