Alumnus Caleb Wohn Receives CSGrad4US Graduate Fellowship
September 5, 2023
Caleb Wohn ‘22 receives 2023 CSGrad4US Graduate Fellowship.
Caleb joined the ROC HCI lab as a sophomore in Fall 2019 and had been actively involved in multiple research projects including the SOPHIE Project, which is a virtual agent designed to prepare doctors for end-of-life conversations. He has also contributed to building a knowledge graph for climate change and a platform to nudge people to select eco-friendly products.
Caleb's remarkable achievements at ROCHCI include co-authoring multiple research papers. Among them, his paper on using Deepfakes to measure racial bias, which he jointly co-authored with Kurt Hautis, won the best paper nomination at the 30th ACM International Conference on Multimedia (ACM MM).
The Computer and Information Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowships (CSGrad4US) program aims to increase the number and diversity of domestic graduate students pursuing research and innovation careers in computer and information science and engineering fields. The program helps bachelor’s degree holders return to academia and pursue their research interests, enabling them to engage in innovative and high-impact projects without the burden of financial constraints.
Each year, a diverse cohort of CSGrad4US fellows is selected based on their demonstrated interest and potential in pursuing a doctorate in a CISE field. As of spring 2023, a total of 71 fellows have enrolled in a qualifying doctorate program. Learn more about the fellowship here: https://www.nsf.gov/cise/CSGrad4US/