• Janet Davis

    Janet Davis

    Associate Professor of Computer Science, Microsoft Chair of Computer Science

    Janet Davis became a computer scientist in her first year of college, when she realized she was exhausted by science labs, but excited and energized by programming assignments. She decided to pursue graduate study in computer science during her senior year of college, when she realized she loved school too much to leave. As a graduate student, she fell in love with teaching, and she hasn’t left yet.

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  • William Bares

    William Bares

    Associate Professor of Computer Science

    Olin Hall 114

    Professor Bares enjoys teaching computer science at all levels. His teaching and research interests include computer graphics, virtual production and artificial intelligence. He started the Immersive Stories Lab to support collaborations around graphics, performance captures, visualization and more. 

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  • John Stratton

    John Stratton

    Assistant Professor of Computer Science

    Olin Hall 249

    Professor John Stratton entered college with no knowledge of computer science or programming, but soon discovered his interest in this field and began to pursue a career in computer science with a focus on software and hardware. Professor Stratton's research interests include computer systems, compilers, software performance optimization and scientific computing.

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  • Cary Gray

    Cary Gray

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science

    Olin Hall 120

    Research Interests: Distributed Systems, Operating Systems, History of Computing, Social/Philosophical Connections

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