Congratulations to Fabio Drucker, Russell Toris and Professor Tim Wahls! They all had papers accepted for the Pennsylvania Computer and Information Science Educators (PACISE) conference to be held on April 8-9, 2011 at Shippensburg University.
Fabio's paper is titled "Adding Support for Specification Inheritance and Generic Use to the Krakatoa/Why Platform".
Russell's paper is titled "Evolving Robotic Desires: A New Approach to Bridging the Reality Gap".
Professor Wahl's is titled "Enhancing the jmle Tool" and is co-authored with Michael Keating ('10) and Adrian Kostrubiak ('09).
Also, Professors Tim Wahls & Grant Braught (along with Marlin Eby from Messiah College) published a paper in the February 2011 issue of ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE). The title is "The Case for Pair Programming in the Computer Science Classroom".