Before arriving in Canada from Ecuador to pursue her studies at Dalhousie, Bachelor of Computer Science student Daniela Tay Lee Sanchez never anticipated that four years later she would be graduating with a computer science degree.
Getting engaged in student life is about so much more than a student's own experience. It's also about building community, supporting others and striving for change — qualities this year's Dalhousie Board of Governors' Award winners illustrate so well.
nspired by her introduction to computer science education, Genny Centeno Metri — an international student from Mexico — wanted to do something to narrow the gender gap in technology. As she graduates from the Master of Applied Computer Science program, she can certainly say she’s succeeded.
Computer Science alum Suwen Wang's work in the visual effects industry is helping bring to life some of the most incredible digital creations in movies and TV today, including the recently released POKÉMON: Detective Pikachu.
A game of cards in his first year led student Elliott Darbyshire to a different degree program and a world of opportunities in computer science. Two GPA awards and an exchange to South Korea later, he’s confident it was a wise choice.
By developing an app-based video game, Dal Computer Science researchers are hoping to use fun, educational technology to help slow the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases in West Africa.