Dr. Amarda Shehu is a professor in the department of computer science at George Mason University. Her research bridges the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning, engineering and the life sciences. As one of the founders
and co-directors of the Center for Advancing Human-Machine Partnerships, she advances computer science research to promote scientific discoveries in other fields and address real-world problems. Dr. Shehu has published more than 150 technical papers with
her postdoctoral, graduate, undergraduate and high school students. Her honors at George Mason include the 2021 Beck Family Presidential Medal for Faculty Excellence in Research and Scholarship, 2018 University Teaching Excellence Award and the 2013 OSCAR
Undergraduate Mentoring Excellence Award. Dr. Shehu is the recipient of an NSF CAREER Award, as well as various research awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF), state and private funding agencies. She received a B.S.c in computer science and
mathematics from Clarkson University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in computer science from Rice University.
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