Computer scientists hope to find the next step for Internet
The National Science Foundation sent $7.8 million CSUâ€™s way so two computer scientists can find the next evolutionary step for the web.
Daniel Massey and Christos Papadopoulos will use the three-year grant to look at security and routing with the Internet. The duo will also work as part of a team, which is made up of professors from a number of universities including:
- Palo Alto Research Center,
- University of Arizona,
- University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign,
- University of California-Irvine,
- University of Memphis,
- University of California-San Diego,
- Washington University, and
- Yale University.
Drawing helps PSD buy supplies
CSUâ€™s senior honor society will auction off a 2010-2011 parking pass. All proceeds from ticket sales will help the Poudre School District supply its less-fortunate students with essential supplies.
Mortar Board, the official name of the honor society, will be selling $3 tickets at the Lory Student Center Flea Market on Thursday and Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The winner be alerted next week and CSUâ€™s Parking Services division will help determine which parking pass fits the individualâ€™s needs.
Air society to host ceremony on Oval
In honor of POW/MIA individuals, CSUâ€™s Arnold Air Society will host its annual ceremony featuring the color guard and honor guard.
The Oval will play host to Thursdayâ€™s events, which start at 3:45 p.m. and include a 24-hour vigil where someone will sit in a cage every hour to represent the hardships POW/MIA went through.
â€œReturn with Honor,â€ a documentary, will be shown at 8 p.m. near the Vietnam Bridge on the West Lawn.
People can also participate in the second annual POW/MIA ride on Saturday. More information can be found at http://sites.google.com/site/powmiaride/.
*National Hispanic Heritage Month begins toda*y
Today marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month at CSU, which will begin with a kickoff ceremony on the Oval today at noon.
The activities, which last from today until Nov. 1, include keynote speakers, panel discussions, movies, plays and puppet shows.
- Noon-1:30 p.m. â€¨
- Front Range Community College,â€¨Longs Peak Student Centerâ€¨
- â€œIn spite of Innocence! An Extraordinary Story of Injustice, Survival, and Hope.â€ Juan Melendez speaks about spending 17 years and 8 months on death row for a crime he did not commit.
— Collegian Staff Report