Computer science alumnus Ramadan Abdunabi wins CSU Best Teacher Award
How a CSU dynamic duo blazed a trail for inclusion
Alumna Ratna Saripalli lands her ‘dream job’ as EMSL’s Chief Data Officer
$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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Celebrating our Spring 2024 Outstanding Grads

Join us in celebrating our esteemed College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Grads for Spring 2024 Commencement.

CASE project update: BMES to help CSU student with adaptive vehicle controls

The Controls and Steering Engineering (CASE) adaptive vehicle control senior design project received a donated vehicle for this year’s E-Days.

CSU Department of Computer Science celebrates 50th anniversary

This year the Department of Computer Science marks a half-century studying and harnessing computing to improve people’s lives and shape the future of technology.

Researchers highlight potential cybersecurity threats to trucking industry, supply chain

Researchers at Colorado State University have published a new paper that details vulnerabilities in commercial trucking systems that could allow hackers to take control of, steal data from, or even disrupt entire fleets by spreading malware unnoticed between vehicles.