Computer Science Department
This semester, senior Juliet Eyraud has been traveling to Portland once a week to teach an introductory computer programming class for English language learners.
A group of high school students from across Maine took part in a six week pilot program on the Bowdoin campus this summer to learn about robotics and computer coding.
Two computer science students are spending the summer working on computer programs that can imitate the work of two twentieth-century masters of abstract art: Jackson Pollock and Wassily Kandinsky.
The essence of Dieli’s work is to collate and organize congressional voting records in a way that will make it much easier to track the progress of a particular bill and find out who voted for it.
After placing second in the RoboCup US Open, Bowdoin now prepares to head to Germany for the world championships at the end of June.
The following is a complete list of new Bowdoin classes as they are described in the course catalog, plus comment from the faculty teaching the course.