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Anya Vostinar ’12

Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Computer Science

Education & Professional History

Carleton College, BA; Michigan State University, PhD

I graduated from Carleton College in 2012 with a major in Computer Science. I then received my PhD from Michigan State University in 2017 with a double degree in Computer Science & Engineering and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology & Behavior. I taught Computer Science at Grinnell College from 2017-2020 and returned to Carleton in the fall of 2020.

At Carleton since 2020.

Highlights & Recent Activity

Spatial Structure Can Decrease Symbiotic Cooperation by Anya E. Vostinar and Charles Ofria, Artificial Life 2019 24:4, 229-249 *Won ISAL Outstanding Student Paper Award*

Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations

International Society for Artificial Life

Association for Computing Machinery

Current Courses

  • Fall 2021
    CS 201: Data Structures
    CS 292: Independent Research
    CS 298: Reading and Analysis Associated with External Computing Experience
    CS 392: Independent Research
  • Winter 2022
    CS 111: Introduction to Computer Science
    CS 399: Senior Seminar
  • Spring 2022
    CS 257: Software Design
    CS 400: Integrative Exercise