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Toni Logar On World Programming Contest, Artificial Intelligence, & Computer Science

Charles Michael Ray

A South Dakota science professor has been instrumental in bringing the International Collegiate Programming Contest to Rapid City this coming May. The event includes the top collegiate programmers from around the world. 

SDSM&T Computer Science professor Dr Antonette Logar is talking about the programming competition and other topics including her work on artificial intelligence and her efforts to support young women in math, science and engineering careers. 

Logar recently won the national Tau Beta Pi McDonald Mentor Award.  The award celebrates Tau Beta Pi educators for excellence in mentoring. It is presented to one college educator in the United States each year; that person must have consistently supported the personal and professional development of students and colleagues.

You can hear the full conversation by clicking play below.

This discussion comes from Morning Fill Up, a monthly conversation at The Garage in Rapid City sponsored by TheNumad Group and the Bush Foundation.

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