Presentations

  • Williams, M. (2018).  KEEP CLEAN: How Can We Use Technology to Keep Baltimore City Clean? OurCS: HelloResearch! Opportunities for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science. Bloomington, IN. (Poster)
  • Williams, M., Nwoye, N., Hatley, L. (2018).  LAIA’s Keep Clean Mobile and Web App Presentation addressing Problems with Litter.  Baltimore City Officials. Baltimore, MD.
  • Hatley, L. (2018). RESPECT the RECIPE: What Happened When HBCU Students New to Java Programming Were Given a Recipe to Code. RESPECT 2018: 3rd Annual Conference For Research on Equity & Sustained Participation in Computing, Engineering, & Technology, IEEE Special Technical Community on Broadening Participation.
  • Ishmael, J., Williams, M. Reeder, S., Nwoye, N., Levi, P., Hatley, L. (2018).  LAIA’s Keep Clean Project Presentation. HBCU Maker & Innovation Challenge. Washington, DC.
  • Hatley, L. (2017). Answer These 10 Questions and You Too Can Gamify. Presentation, New Designs for Learning: Games and Gamification. Frostburg State University. [PDF]
  • Hatley, L. (2016). Answer These 10 Questions and You Too Can Gamify. Presentation, New Designs for Learning: Games and Gamification. University System of Maryland. College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. [PDF]
  • Franca, G., Khan, S., Mahammit, J., Hatley, L. (2016). LAIA’s Rooftop Garden Robotics Project. Presentation, 4th Annual Gilbert Ogonji Science Symposium. Coppin State University. [PDF]
  • Franca, G., Khan, S., Mahammit, J., Hatley, L. (2016). LAIA’s Rooftop Garden Robotics Project. Competition Presentation, White House HBCU Maker & Innovation Challenge. Washington, DC. [1st Place Winner]