Laurier professor Shohini Ghose makes the ‘A-List’
Shohini Ghose has been a TED Fellow, a VIP guest at a spacecraft launch and even accepted an award at the Palace of...
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In 2007, Rick introduced new software in the CP102 computer labs funded by a grant from the WLUSU Student Life Levy. The software allowed the instructor to see what each student is doing to keep them on task, allowed the instructor to control the computers of all the students to give demonstrations, and also allowed students to give demos to the whole class. In addition to his lab instructor duties, Rick sometimes teaches courses in Information Processing and Windows Application Programming aimed at improving computer literacy and programming skills for non-majors.