Robert C. Duvall
Lecturer
Duke University
Department of Computer Science
D228 LSRC
Box 90129
Durham, NC 27708-0129
rcd@cs.duke.edu

Welcome to my homepage. If you came looking for the "real" Robert Duvall (i.e., the actor), I am sorry to disappoint you. To my knowledge, he does not have his own homepage, but you can find news and information about him here.

If you are still reading, thank you for taking your time to visit my homepage. I hope you find something here worthwhile. I would tell you that these pages are under construction, but I believe that web pages should always be under construction. So you might want to come back occasionally to see if anything has been added.

At Duke, I work with Owen Astrachan, Jeff Forbes, and Susan Rodger as a member of the Computer Science Education Group. Previously, I received both my B.S. and M.Sc. in Computer Science from Brown University while working on upgrading the introductory Computer Science sequence to use object-oriented programming.

Teaching

As a lecturer, I primarily teach the introductory programming courses. I enjoy talking to students, so feel free to drop by my office anytime. You may want to call first so that you do not waste your time coming to my office only to find that I am not available. I also answer email as often as I can, but the advantage of coming to my office is that you can help reduce my overfull bowl of candy.

Current Courses

If you are a Duke student wondering which Computer Science course to start with, there is an excellent guide to help clarify the issues here. If you want to see courses I have taught previously, look here.

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