The ratio of restrooms has since improved, but proportions of women in computer science and engineering majors on campus has varied widely, CSUN professors say.
What does CS&E stand for?
CS&E stands for Computer Science and Engineering (university department)
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William Youmans is a freshman at Florida A&M University, majoring in computer science and engineering.
Zhi-Li Zhang, associate professor, Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota -- During his career, Zhang received the National Science Foundation CAREER Award in 1997, the prestigious McKnight Land-Grant Professorship and the George Taylor Distinguished Research Award at the University of Minnesota, and the Miller Visiting Professorship at Miller Institute for Basic Sciences, University of California, Berkeley.
He holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of California at Los Angeles.