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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SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS

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CAREER RESOURCES

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

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UNDERGRADUATE ACHIEVEMENT

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

GET INVOLVED

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UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

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ENGAGEMENT

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LEARNING COMMUNITY

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NEWS

Changemakers: New key community takes on diversity in technology

A new cohort of diverse CSU undergraduates aims to inject fresh perspective into the field of science and technology.

By storing ‘sketches’ of data, computer scientists seek to transform urban systems

A research team is developing a system for streamlining and managing vast datasets that could advance research in urban sustainability.

Summertime Standouts: Kellyn Dassler

Student Kellyn Dassler spent her summer working at Carnegie Mellon University as part of the Human-Computer Interaction Institute.

Unraveling genetics: Interdisciplinary team awarded for research on splicing of gene products

Computer science and biology researchers are helping scientists engineer how organisms respond to changing environments.

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