assistant professor in the college of business, presented a paper titled “Demystifying MapReduce” in the Analytics and Big Data track at the Complex Adaptive Systems 2013 conference in Baltimore, Md. The paper will be published in the journal, Procedia Computer Science.
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Between Nov. 11 and Nov. 14 there were three cases of larceny reported at the 1200 block of Jefferson Davis Hwy. The cases are pending.
After the final midnight-count of the provisional ballots in the 2013 Virginia election cycle, Mark Herring, the Democratic candidate for Attorney General, pulled ahead with a very small margin this Tuesday, earning 1,103,618 votes, according to the Virginia Board of Elections website.
Former University of Mary Washington Student, Isiah Willis, died in a single-vehicle wreck on Saturday, Nov. 9. Willis was in the car with his mother, 47-year-old Cindy Willis and grandfather, 69-year-old Thomas Willis, both of whom died at the scene.
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) recently approved a new graduate program in geospatial analysis at the University of Mary Washington, set to begin in fall 2014.
The University of Mary Washington’s 2013 Christmas ornament featuring the campus amphitheater is now on sale at the university bookstore. A portion of its proceeds going will go toward renovation of the amphitheater.
The University of Mary Washington’s Relay for Life club hosted the third annual Fight Back 5k on Saturday, Nov. 9 to help fundraise for the American Cancer Society.
The University of Mary Washington was recently named one of the top producers of U.S. Fulbright scholars, according to a list published in the Chronicle of Higher Education.