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Mary Lou Dorf retires; her focus was on opening doors to computer science

Collegiate Lecturer Dr. Mary Lou Dorf has retired after 15 years at the University of Michigan in the Computer Science and Engineering Division of the EECS Department.

Five faculty honored for increasing women’s participation in computing

A team of NAME and EECS faculty have been awarded with a Second Place Excellence in Promoting Women in Undergraduate Computing Award.

Mary Lou Dorf named U-M Collegiate Lecturer

Dr. Dorf has made notable contributions to instruction through her reimagining of EECS 183.

Mary Lou Dorf selected for Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize

Dr. Dorf has transformed EECS 183 into an interactive and inclusive experience.

Popular intro CS course continues to grow; Over 870 students present final projects at showcase

EECS 183 is designed to teach undeclared students and non-CS majors the fundamentals of algorithmic thinking and programming.

EECS 183 Showcase highlights another round of final projects

EECS 183 is the introductory CS class for LSA students, and it has been designed to broaden participation in the discipline.

Three Michigan universities receive Pacesetters Awards to attract more women to computer science

Programs will be developed under the grant to foster inclusiveness and to provide support.

Two CSE Faculty selected for 2015-16 College of Engineering Awards

The recipients are Prof. Valeria Bertacco and Dr. Mary Lou Dorf.

Computing CARES: A Plan to Boost the Retention of Women in Computing

The goal of Computing CARES is to lead to a more diverse population in Computer Science and Computer Engineering programs and create a better climate for all students.

Mary Lou Dorf Wins Best Paper Award at ASEE

The paper addresses the question of whether introducing an interactive textbook into introductory STEM courses can improve student grades.

The First-Ever EECS 183 Showcase was a Success

EECS 183 has been reinvented as a course with a major team project. It's a big class, and there are lots of projects.

2014 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards

These faculty are recognized for their unique contributions during the past year.