Dr. Reimer received the National Science Foundation's prestigious CAREER award in 2005. Her research focused on how the process of information assimilation and notetaking is changing for students in higher education, and how we might better support emerging paradigms by offering new software support.
Dr. Henry has added a Juris Doctorate degree to his credentials, which include a PhD as well as the IEEE Certified Software Development Professional designation. He passed the Montana bar exam and is now practicing Technology Law for startup companies in Montana. This past year Dr. Henry has entered into an arrangement with the University of Montana to commercialize his research into the semantic meaning of textual data across big data sets through his legal technology company, Agile Legal Technology.
Dr. Raiford's research was featured as the cover art for IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, June 2008 issue.
Raiford, Douglas W., Krane, Dan E., Doom, Travis E., Raymer, Michael L. "Automated Isolation of Translational Efficiency Bias that Resists the Confounding Effect of GC(AT)-Content," IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, 19 June 2008. IEEE Computer Society Digital Library. IEEE Computer Society, 30 June 2008 <http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/TCBB.2008.65>