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


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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