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1971 The annual Grace Murray Hopper Award for Outstanding Young Computer Professionals was established in 1971 by the Association for Computing Machinery. 1996 USS Hopper (DDG-70) was launched ... Nicknamed Amazing Grace, it is on a very short list of U.S ...
... Breed, (M.S.), created the first computer animation language, MACS, Grace Murray Hopper awardee Sergey Brin (M.S.), developer of Google search engine, Marconi Prize winner ... Gabriel (Ph.D.), computer scientist Craig Gentry (Ph.D), computer scientist, Grace Murray Hopper awardee, noted for solving "fully homomorphic ... in CS, Grace Murray Hopper awardee Alan Kay (Postdoc), Turing Award-winning computer scientist Lydia Kavraki, (Ph.D in CS), Grace Murray Hopper awardee Leslie Kaelbling, (Ph.D ...
... into National Inventors Hall of Fame Dawson Engler, faculty in CS, winner of Grace Murray Hopper award Edward Feigenbaum, Turing award-winning computer scientist, father of expert system, coinventor of ... Award John Ousterhout, faculty in CS, winner of Grace Murray Hopper award Amir Pnueli postdoc, Turing award winning computer scientist Ronald Rivest former faculty, Turing award winning computer scientist Raj ...
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—Robert E. Sherwood (18961955)
“Just as the creative artist is not allowed to choose, neither is he permitted to turn his back on anything: a single refusal, and he is cast out of the state of grace and becomes sinful all the way through.”
—Rainer Maria Rilke (18751926)
“Because you live, O Christ,
the spirit bird of hope is freed for flying,
our cages of despair no longer keep us closed and life-denying.
The stone has rolled away and death cannot imprison!
O sing this Easter Day, for Jesus Christ has risen!”
—Shirley Erena Murray (20th century)