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Spring 2023 CS Capstone Program recruiting projects

Do you have a computer science project but can’t find people to work on your project? Submit your project idea to the Spring 2023 WSU CS Capstone Program!

In this program, students bid on a pool of project abstracts. Any project with an adequate amount of interest will be assigned a student or a team of students, depending upon the project scope and needs. Project ideas will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis until the slots in the abstract pool are filled. Contact AJ at the earliest if you have a project idea!

For submitting project ideas to the program, contact Ananth Jillepalli (AJ) at or at 509‑335‑0393.

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