Students Present Research at SSA 5
Last summer's research students presented their work at W&L's SSA conference.
Richard Marmorstein '14 presented his extensions to the online symbolic logic tutorial, used in Professor Gregory's Introduction to Philosophy course as well as in evaluating our software testing techniques, in a Digital Humanities panel. While the other presenters in the panel were humanists leveraging technology, Richard represented a computer scientist creating technology to solve a humanities problem.
Haley Archer-McClellan '15 and Deirdre Tobin '15 presented their poster on “Exploring a Text-Based Analysis of Persistent-State Dependencies in Web Applications”. Their work seemed to be well-received, as the audience were able to understand the complex problem and their approach to solving the problem.