Dr. Hatley becomes a member of the MIT RAISE
(Responsible AI for Social Empowerment and Education) Advisory Board.
Dr. Hatley was recognized as one of the 50 Women in Robotics You Should Know in 2021 by RoboHub
in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day.
LAIA moves to Uplift, Inc.
New website coming soon.
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