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The impact of this effort will be the following: (1) Power-aware issues are becoming of central importance in many applications. These curriculum modules will transfer an increasingly important subdiscipline of computer systems to the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. (2) Students will learn the value, both ethical and economic, of sustainable technologies. (3) The project will assist in the education of women and racial minorities. This is consistent with emphasis at Smith and UMass to actively seek out under-represented minorities to enter the field of engineering.
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Ellis, Glenn; Wodin-Schwartz, Sarah; Andam, Baaba; Koren, Israel; Krishna, C. Mani; and Moritz, C. Andras, "Integration of Low-Power Digital Circuitry into Undergraduate Curricula" (2006). Engineering: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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