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In the news: Computing programs evolve to stay current

Michael Totaro, associate professor of computing and informatics, is featured in a recent Daily Advertise/USA Today

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Informatics Professor Receives Eminent Faculty Award

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Foundation honored five faculty members at a banquet on Thursday, 23 March

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Louisiana's first master's degree in informatics

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UL Lafayette Physics Master's student Sakib Mahmud tests combinations of passive acoustic monitoring equipment to find the best method to detect and measure marine mammal populations affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. His findings will help improve our understanding of long-term environmental impacts of the spill on deep-diving marine mammals and aid in improving oil spill regulations, monitoring, and mitigation efforts.

Read more in this June 22, 2017 feature article on the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative webpage.

Photo: Sakib stands on the deck of the R/V Pelican during LADC-GEMM’s 2015 recovery cruise. (Photo by Natalia Sidorovskaia)

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