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Adena Ellner completed her coursework for her master’s degree in information systems and certificate in healthcare informatics at Drexel University in December 2017 before officially graduating in June 2018. Before that, she worked as an assistant to financial advisors and decided to leave that behind to turn her passion for technology into a new career by pursuing a master’s degree from Drexel. Prior to her time in the financial services industry, she was a graphic designer after graduating from Drew University with a BA in fine art.
Associate Teaching Professor Brian Stuart, PhD brings a wealth of computer science and machine learning knowledge to the College of Computing & Informatics (CCI). Before arriving at the College in 2014, Stuart used his talents to develop tools to benefit society, such as building software to run cotton gins, prototyping surgical instruments, and researching and developing data storage solutions.
The event was organized as part of CCI’s broader Women in Computing Initiative, a major strategic initiative to grow the number of women students across the College, launched in September 2017. The Women in Computing Initiative is centered on the recruitment and retention of women in undergraduate majors, with the expressed goal of increasing women students in CCI by 50% in five years.
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CAHIIM is an independent accrediting organization whose mission is to serve the public interest by establishing and enforcing quality Accreditation Standards for Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIM) educational programs.
To recognize outstanding students, faculty, and professional staff at CCI, on an annual basis, the College will solicit nominations annually to acknowledge those individuals who demonstrate exemplary value, impact and expertise within our community throughout the academic year.
Poole is the recipient of the 2018 Arline Custer Award and 2018 Bob Williams History Fund Award for his research on Harold T. Pinkett and the first archivists of color.
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