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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NEWS

From bonsais to jet engines, computer scientist Darrell Whitley’s work cultivates new approaches

Darrell Whitley is an internationally known computer scientist – and an award-winning bonsai cultivator. He recently joined the Colorado State University College of Natural Sciences Dean’s Office for a year as acting associate dean for academics.

Computer Science graduate student wins regional STEM thesis competition

Hajar Homayouni won the Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS)/ProQuest Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award for her research in data warehouse assurance, which is helping to improve the quality of healthcare data.

The right data, right now: Ph.D. dissertation awarded for transforming data management

Ph.D. student Matt Malensek is researching how to find snowflakes in a blizzard of data.

Ten-hour dash: Computer science undergraduates win National Society of Black Engineers hackathon

Create a platform that will motivate and simplify voting. You have 10 hours. Go.

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