Urban Upheaval
Undergraduate awarded for gentrification project
Outstanding Grad
Claire Goldstein, College of Natural Sciences
Hacking the Competition
Undergraduates awarded for innovative solutions at hackCU
Ten-hour Dash
Computer science undergraduates win National Society of Black Engineers hackathon
Best in Show
Computer science undergrads recognized for age-at-home technology
Concussion testing project wins RamReality Create-a-thon
Surprise Win
Lone undergraduate team bests all-graduate-student field at computing research competition

In the Department of Computer Science, undergraduate students are immersed in an exciting program of education, research, and life-changing opportunities. Whether you are pursuing our traditional B.S. program, the optional human-centered computing concentration, or considering a combined bachelors/masters, you will be well prepared and your skills in high demand. We are proud of you and eager to help you succeed.

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Urban upheaval: undergraduate awarded for gentrification project

Augusta Irechukwu is using statistical modeling to help public policy makers predict gentrification.

Outstanding Grad: Claire Goldstein, College of Natural Sciences

After graduation with her degree in computer science, Goldstein will be a summer intern at a startup in Old Town called Mountain Data Group, then travel to South America.

Hacking the competition: undergraduates awarded for innovative solutions at hackCU

Computer scientists solve an array of practical, real-world problems. At the 24-hour hackCU hackathon, five undergraduates and their teammates worked nonstop to produce three winning projects.

Colorado State University named 2019 BRAID Affiliate School

Building, Recruiting, And Inclusion for Diversity is an initiative designed to promote diversity in undergraduate computer science programs.

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