Steven John Castellucci, ISRG @ York University  Thursday, April 24, 2014, 04:23 AM  

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ISRG @ York







York University
 

Welcome

I am a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at York University. Under the guidance of my supervisor, Professor Scott MacKenzie, my research involves the design and evaluation of text entry methods.

Contact Information: stevenc (at) cse (dot) yorku (dot) ca


Favourite Quote

Those that know, do. Those that understand, teach.

-- Aristotle


Teaching Excellence Award for Graduate TAs

In December 2013, I was honoured to receive the Teaching Excellence Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants from the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. I would like to thank Hamzeh Roumani, William Soukoreff, and John Hofbauer for their letters of nomination and support.



Course Director Checklist

As a follow-up to my MSc Timeline, I have prepared a checklist to assist PhD students who opt to complete a teaching practicum as part of their degree requirements.



Updated Thesis/Dissertation Template

I have updated my popular template to reflect pagination changes implemented by FGS.



FSE Excellence in Teaching Award

In November 2012, I was honoured to receive the Faculty of Science and Engineering Excellence in Teaching Award. I would like to thank Hamzeh Roumani, Vassilios Tzerpos, John Hofbauer, Ashur Cherry, Doug Scheurich, and Zain Adil for their letters of nomination and support. I would also like to thank Andrew Speers for his recommendation.



SAGE (Steven's Assignment Grading Executables)

The purpose of SAGE is to automate the repetitive and cumbersome tasks associated with grading CSE1020 and CSE1030 assignments. More information is available to CSE Faculty here.



MSc Timeline

Graduate students pursuing a masters degree must follow the procedures outlined by FGS and the CSE Department. Based on my own experience, I have written an outline that aggregates those procedures, suggests a timeline for their completion, and provides (I hope) helpful tips.