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Craig Earley
Post-Baccalaureate Position in Computer Science

Craig Earley ’16 is the Computer Science Department’s Post-Baccalaureate Faculty Member. He serves as faculty supervisor to the System Administration Applied Group in the Computer Science Department, which administers educational platforms for computer science students and high-performance computing clusters for scientific research across departments. He collaborates in course instruction and in decision-making within Computer Science and in partnership with other groups on campus.

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Campus Mail
Drawer 138



214 Center for Science and Technology

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  • Computer Science


  • B.A., Earlham College

Selected Courses:

CS 410: Networks and Networking

Software development, system administration, issues at the intersection of society and technology

My experience as a student at Earlham taught me a lot: how to work with a group of people, how to conduct a project, how to break a problem into pieces to solve it, how to think about big and important questions, how to build community. It was a true education informed by theory, experience, and experiment. I returned as a faculty member because I want us to continue excelling at providing such experiences to all our students.

Earlham students are good people doing cool things. They rise to challenges. They are driven to learn and to create. They are passionate about major issues and ideas. They impress me, and all of us in the faculty, with how much they’re able to accomplish as scholars and collaborators.

In my own work and around Earlham, student projects are opportunities for growth and improvement at every level, from the student individually, to the college, to society. In some cases, students envision, design, and implement projects on their own; in others, we in the faculty create projects and invite them to join. The interplay of those is part of what makes the experience of being at Earlham so valuable. In Computer Science, students are integral to every single project we do, whether that’s designing server systems, monitoring campus energy use, piloting drones to collect field data in Iceland, or providing platforms for undergraduate student-faculty research in a variety of disciplines.

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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