Undergraduate students Tom Duffield, Nathalie Cheng, and Jamie McMahon won this year’s Hirsch Family Award with a project they developed in Professor Bilge Mutlu’s Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction course.
The Hirsch Family Award
is designed to applaud innovative work by students and faculty who explore and showcase the University’s diversity and excellence.
In their winning project, called myCourseCenter, the team designed a new course search and registration interface for UW-Madison students following a user-centered design process.
The team and the Computer Sciences Department will be awarded a total of $5,000 and their achievement will be recognized at the 2010 Awards in the Creative Arts on April 30th, 2010.
Congratulations to the team!