Patrick Eads, born in Charlotte, NC moved to Rhode Island in 2001 and is now in his 5th year at URI, finishing a triple major in Computer Science, German, and Mathematics.
Kristina Hatch is Bourne, MA resident working towards a degree in computer science with a minor in digital forensics. She has worked extensively on research projects within the University of Rhode Island’s Department of Computer Science and Statistics, some of which were funded by the National Science Foundation – Research for Undergraduate Experiences. Next semester, she will be working with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in Connecticut.
Hailing from Smithfield, RI, Corey Marchetti is a student pursuing a double major in Computer Science and German who recently made a trip out to Germany. While there, he attended classes as well as took part in an internship to develop the technical skills he developed while at URI.
Mike Coughlin is a Pawtucket native graduating this May with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with a minor in Digital Forensics. Leaning towards a career in law enforcement, he has worked with the RI State Police and plans on pursuing a career with the FBI after working in the Navy.
Jason Stedman is a Westerly native working towards his BA in computer science. Programming since age 6, he turned his hobby into a career, with plans of continuing his education after he graduates. He found his calling within the CS field, enjoying both the creativity and structured planning it requires to finish a project.
A Coventry, RI resident, Erica Hanson is a fourth year BA in Computer Science finishing her degree this May along with a double minor in Italian and the Classics.
A resident of Warwick, RI, Jason Carvalho is a gradute student working towards his M.S. in computer science. As a URI graduate, he is now giving back to the department by being a teaching assistant in multiple computer science classes. His current projects include game development and he wants to eventually work on real-time artificial intelligence projects.
Stacie Waleyko is a junior working towards a double major in computer science and mathematics from Middletown, RI. She has an extensive experience in virtual 3D simulations through her work as an intern at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. Building more than her programming skills, she has also worked on her design skills which gives her an advantage in 3D development.
Caitlyn Duggan is a fourth year student who started her computer science career by taking CSC101 as a math requirement. Finding the class both challenging and fun, she worked on getting her CS minor and eventually switched her major as she found her place within the department. Describing the department as more personal and intimate, she values the time and interaction she can easily get from the professors.