Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Dr. Peter Brusilovsky (PAWS Director) wins NSF career award

Dr. Brusilovsky - PAWS Director - won the prestigious five-year, $440,000 award to fund his work in personalized information access. Congratulations!
"The inspiration for Brusilovsky’s NSF proposal was his award-winning research on QuizGuide*, an adaptive system that he and his colleagues developed to help students in a programming course select the self-assessment quizzes most relevant to them."
*QuizGuide is one of the PAWS projects

1 Comments:

Blogger Frodo said...

Wow, that's impressive. Congratulations Dr. B. Is that what they were celebrating last month at the SIS reception?

May 12, 2005  

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