Brian Walker, CS ’19, learned to balance his class requirements with his internship application requirements. He now offers insight to students who want to succeed in both areas.
From the exact sums of an abacus to the ones and zeroes of a binary numeral system to the rules governing the output of a Turing machine, the calculations of computing devices leave no room for gue
“The other day, one of my advisees walked in and told me that he is unable to do anything except to think of the proof that we are working on. Moments like these make me realize what a privilege it is to be a Professor.”
“Computer science is among the most relevant fields today. Everyone is paying attention to CS, and it has an impact on all of us.”