Deborah Cohoon Stevens has re-entered the world of scientific computing during lockdown. Involvement at Argonne National Laboratory began during the summer of 1988 in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division. Currently, Deborah’s position in ALCF as an assistant computer scientist sees her behind the screen collaborating with the BSSw part of the IDEAS project. Deborah earned masters and doctoral degrees from Northwestern University in Applied Mathematics. Previously, at Temple University in Philadelphia, Deborah studied mathematics. The time when Deborah was not at Argonne was spent ferociously pursuing training in long distance triathlon. Deborah’s experiences at her 15 national and world championship races demonstrate her values of determination, consistency and persistence. Deborah’s combined enthusiasm for biking and mathematics has led to volunteer efforts at Blackstone Bicycle Works on the south side of Chicago with the youth tutoring program.
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