Cornwell awarded Carl V. Page Memorial Graduate FellowshipPaul Cornwell, a first-year CSE PhD student, has been awarded the Carl V. Page Memorial Graduate Fellowship. Cornwell earned his BA from Northern Michigan University with a double major in computer science and psychology and a minor in mathematics. He is pursuing artificial intelligence research in the CSE Embodied Intelligence Lab under Professor John Weng.
Paul Cornwell and autonomous robot DAV in the CSE Embodied Intelligence Lab
The Carl V. Page Memorial Graduate Fellowship was established in 1997 in memory of Carl V. Page, professor and founding member of the computer science department at Michigan State University. Recipients are selected on the basis of a demonstrated interest in and aptitude for computer science studies.
The fellowship honors Carl V. Page ’s contributions as a pioneer in computer science and his role in building a strong CSE graduate program at MSU. Page served as the first graduate director and had a critical role in promoting the department ’s research mission.
Please visit http://www.cse.msu.edu/endowment/carl_page.php to learn more about Carl V. Page and his impact on the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
(Date Posted: 2007-09-11)