Jugal Kalita, professor, College of Engineering and Applied Science, was recently selected as the subject of a Faculty at Work profile by the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Integrity.
Kalita teaches hundreds of students in 24 different computer science classes. He works with students on topics such as machine learning, smart approaches to cybersecurity and automated processes of human languages. He and faculty collaborators received funding from the National Science Foundation to offer summer research experiences for undergraduates, 2009-2012 and 2014-2016, and multiple student scholarship awards.
For more about Kalita, visit http://www.uccs.edu/research/people/researcher-profiles/jugal-kalita.html
Last year, UCCS faculty taught 1,403 students in thesis/dissertation, independent study, research practicum and clinical research courses; worked with 40 undergraduate students in campus and college-funded research programs; supported 226 students who presented at Mountain Lion Research Day or the Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum and published, performed or presented with 536 students.