Industry Relations

Alumni in the News: Mark Skinner to Serve on Microsoft's Partner Advantage Advisory Board

Clients First, a Microsoft Gold Enterprise Resource Planning Partner and Top 100 VAR is proud to announce that Mark Skinner, Director of Services for the Texas branch, has been selected to serve on Microsoft’s Partner Advantage Advisory Board for 2014.

UT 3rd Best Public University in Game Design and Development

The University of Texas at Austin was recently ranked 17th in AnimationCareerReview.com's "2013 Top 50 Schools in the US for Game Design and Development." UTCS comes in 3rd among all public schools that made the list and is the only Texas university in the top 25.

Glenn Downing Spearheads Collaborative Open Source Project Course

The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Science (UTCS) collaborated with Facebook and 12 universities from Europe, China and the United States to provide practical, collaborative software engineering experience as part of its computer science curriculum.

Gates Opens Building, Talks Health

In a speech Wednesday to an audience of computer science students, Bill Gates, Microsoft founder and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, offered his vision of how the computing revolution will dramatically improve human well-being in the next few decades.

GradFest Open House 2013

The department hosted prospective Ph.D. students at GradFest 2013, a two-day exploration of UTCS research, resources, and community. Over 30 admitted students attended panel discussions, toured labs, and met with faculty one-on-one. Current graduate students hosted the out-of-towners in their own homes for a real look at life as a UTCS grad student.

How Much Should We Spend on Science?

Press is a vice-chair of the U.S. President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technologyand one of the co-authors of “Transformation and Opportunity,” a report to the president about the future of basic science and research funding in the United States.

In an op-ed published this month in Science Magazine, Press argues that the public deserves far more credit than it gets from politicians for its appreciation of the long-term benefits of funding scientific research.

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