$600K gift propels diversity initiatives in computing education at CSU
Computer science alumnus honored with Distinguished Alumni Award

Welcome! At the Colorado State University Department of Computer Science, we believe that collaboration is essential to discovery. Our students are collaborating with each other to expand their perspective and skills. Our faculty are collaborating with colleagues around the world to find novel solutions and new paths in research, teaching, and service. And together we can harness the power of our relationships to explore, invent, and achieve at the lightening-fast pace our field requires. We are thankful and proud to have engaged alumni, partners, and friends like you.

Thank you to the Colorado State University Green and Gold Foundation! Your donation helped fund our first early start week in the new Key Natural Sciences Diversity Through Technology program. You gave underrepresented students in STEM early exposure to computer science and got them off to a great start in college. We appreciate all you do!

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Fully both: CSU alum Henry Ives blends art and science

Like many students who double major, Henry Ives chose one program out of passion – music – and the other out of practicality – computer science. With time, however, those lines blurred.

Top 3 sweep: Computer science students propel winning teams at Bio-Cybersecurity Student Challenge

Computer science students are creative, flexible and bring an arsenal of problem-solving skills to interdisciplinary competition.

CSU virtual reality lab aims to connect more users with technology – naturally

Francisco Ortega and his research team aim to make the navigation, manipulation and gesture-centric experience of augmented and virtual reality platforms as natural to users as the multi-touch displays on smartphones.

Craig Partridge appointed to President’s Committee on the National Medal of Science

The 16-member committee evaluates nominees for the National Medal of Science.