Dr. Hatley participated in the "ACM AI | You Belong in AI!
CMU, UPitt Research Collaborators and Dr. Hatley get paper published in proceedings for The 2021 Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education - Artificial Intelligence in Education Mind the Gap: AI for Equity and Inclusion
. Paper Title = Explaining Engagement: Underrepresented Learner Behaviors in a Virtual Coding Camp
Dr. Hatley participated in the video podcast “The Power of Gaming
” on Learning Unwrapped.
: Dr. Hatley serves as panelist for Maryland Public Television's Indie Lens Pop Up screening of Coded Bias
: Oluwatobi Olutimehin is sharing his approach to building a chatbot for the LAIA website on March 2, 2021 at 4pm.
: Dr. Hatley is recognized as a REALList Engineer by technical.ly
and is named 1 of 20 of the Most Influential Technologists in Baltimore in 2020
: Dr. Hatley wins Google Award for Inclusion Research
- "Developing a Dialogue System for a Culturally-Responsive Social Programmable Robot" with Dr. Erin Walker (University of Pittsburgh).
: Dr. Hatley wins a Google ExploreCSR Award
(CSR = Computer Science Research) - "Providing a View Inside Computer Science Research: A One-Year Exploratory Experience." Students from Coppin State University
, Baltimore City Community College
, and Howard University
are expected to participate!
: Data analysis begins for LAIA's research project on web-based math learning games for elementary school children
: Dr. Hatley is the PI with Dr. Sahu as Co-PI for a $300K Capacity Building Grant from the National Security Agency for Cybersecurity Education Diversity Initiative (CEDI
) . This grant provides resources towards the creation of a new degree program for students in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department.
: Undergraduate Research Team completes game ratings and the official project page for LAIA's web-based math learning games for elementary school children
: LAIA & Dr. Hatley partnered with Arizona State University, Carnegie Mellon University, and University of Pittsburgh on the Collaborative Research: A Social Programmable Robot: Fostering Rapport to Improve Computer Science Skills and Attitudes Project.
: Dr. Hatley is approved for promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure.
: Ratings begin for the Math Games Research Project. I aM BPRC
: Math Games Undergraduate Research Team begins literature review regarding design considerations for math learning games.
: LAIA changes the name of the KEEPCLEAN
app project to BMoreCLEAN
: LAIA selects Undergraduate Research Team to begin research on web-based math learning games for elementary school children.
: Dr. Hatley represents Coppin State University on the Mid-Atlantic Space Grant Data Science Consortium and begins the process of joining the National Space Grant Foundation
: Dr. Hatley hosts Mr. Moore and his junior computer science class from Carver HS again to finish their Scratch games.
: Dr. Hatley hosts Mr. Moore and his junior computer science class from Carver HS. They are introduced to Scratch
: Dr. Hatley is invited to and participates in QEM NSF (DRL) Proposal Writing Workshop.
: LAIA formed 2019-2020 robotics education partnership with Coppin Academy High School.
: Dr. Hatley served as proposal reviewer for the Smithsonian Youth Access Grant.
: Dr. Hatley is invited to and participates in NSF Workshop to discuss Including Fairness, Equity, Accountability, and Transparency in computing-based (e.g. Artificial Intelligence) research, practice, and educational efforts at Georgia Tech.
: Dr. McCoy is CoPI and is awarded NSF ITEST-Advancing Informal STEM Learning program Award: Maryland Sports Data Analytics Camps for Youth
in partnership with the University of Maryland, College Park.
: Dr. Hatley is invited to and participates in NSF Workshop to discuss Including Ethics in Data Science Pedagogy - EDSP-2019
: Dr. Hatley is invited to and begins NSF Collaborative Research: Exploring the Intersectional Relationship between Mathematics and Computing Identities for Black Girls and Women.
: Dr. Hatley is invited to participate in Morgan State University: Mobile Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching as part of the ASPIRE partnership between Johns Hopkins, Morgan State, and Coppin State.
: LAIA's #KeepClean project gets a new website
: LAIA Celebrates 3 Year Anniversary!
: LAIA launches software development and research project = codename "MoodRing."
: LAIA, ACM, ACMW sponsor Coppin's 'Hour of Code
: LAIA began its Intelligent Website Chatbot
: Mercedes Williams took over @coppincs
(instagram channel) to share experiences from the #HelloResearch Conference.
: LAIA Undergraduate Rearch Student Mercedes Williams attends #HelloResearch!
A Research Conference for Undergraduate Women in Computer Science, and presents a poster on KeepClean!
: Dr. Hatley is recognized at the 1st Annual USM "Made in Maryland"
celebration for her creation of the Myles & Ayesha Black Inventors Match Game
: Dr. Hatley participates on the panel entitled Engaging HBCU Faculty on Project-Based Learning in Silicon Valley"
based on experiences in the Google Faculty-in-Residence program at the 34th Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Eastern Regional Conference
: Students begin project for 2018-2019 HBCU Maker & Innovation Challenge.
: Dr. Hatley is awarded a $5K grant from the Abell Foundation to continue design and development of the Keep Clean app
: LAIA hosts pilot summer programming camp for elementary school students.
: LAIA Students presents Keep Clean to Baltimore City officials and others working on litter challenge.
: Dr. Hatley and LAIA students join planning committee for Girls in CS Summit hosted by Code in the Schools.
: LAIA students make the ACM-W Chapter at CSU an official campus organization.
: LAIA Students competes in the 2018 HBCU Maker & Innovation Challenge with Keep Clean.
: LAIA Students app/web design project "oscar" becomes Keep Clean
: LAIA Students being new app design project - codename = oscar.
: Dr. Hatley is awarded $15K from The Kapor Center.
: LAIA-sponsored, CSU Hacks students begin web-based software project: codename = oscar.
: With guidance from with LAIA, Coppin CS students apply for Google Internship for the very first time.
:LAIA launches http://www.coppincs.com
:LAIA partners with Career Services to offer Resume Writing Workshop.
:LAIA launches Coppin CS Slack Community
: Dr. Hatley continues work on campus as Google Faculty-in-Residence.
: Dr. Hatley attends Microsoft Faculty Summit on Artificial Intelligence
: Dr. Hatley becomes Google Faculty-in-Residence.
: Microsoft invites Dr. Hatley to attend the Faculty Summit on Artificial Intelligence
: Dr. Hatley gets accepted to in Google's Inaugural Summer 6-week Faculty-in-Residence Program
: LAIA Research Scientists (students) complete deployment of Rack One of donated Yahoo! servers
: Dr. Hatley speaks at Frostburg State University on Gamification
: Yahoo! donates 200 servers
to LAIA and the Math and Computer Science Department.
: Dr. Hatley speaks at University of Maryland: College Park on Gamification
: LAIA wins 1st place
the White House HBCU Maker & Innovation Challenge!
: LAIA is born!
: Dr. Hatley joins Higher Education Video Game Alliance (HEVGA
: Dr. Hatley joins Coppin State Faculty