01/05/2016 - President Fenves recently announced Calvin Lin as a recipient of the 2015-16 President's Associates Teaching Excellence Award. This award, established in the fall of 1980, recognizes the consistent level of excellence that Calvin has achieved in teaching undergraduates within the Department of Computer Science. Read more
06/27/2014 - On January 29, UT Computer Science made its first venture into the world of MOOCs (massively open online courses). We invite you to come along for the ride. UTCS faculty (and by the way spouses) Robert van de Geijn and Maggie Myers are teaching a 16 week course on linear algebra from a computer science perspective. The course is launched by edX, UT’s non-profit partner which manages MOOCs. Read more
06/09/2014 - Omar Gallaga of the Austin American-Statesman writes about his interview with Underdog Games about their game 'Port of Call', which will be showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles this week in his article "Gallaga: UT student team builds spooky game in just one semester." Read more
05/07/2014 - UT Computer Science is partnering with IBM to launch a new cognitive computing course that gives students unprecedented access to one of IBM’s most prized innovations: Watson. UT-Austin is one of seven universities offering the new course this fall. Read more
04/28/2014 - It’s common to check Instagram, what the weather will be like, and fight personal battles against starting another game of 2048 before even getting out of bed these days. Mobile computing is completely changing everyone’s lives, and yet the people capable of making these changes are extremely uncommon. Read more
04/04/2014 - UTEXAS.EDU The University of Texas at Austin and the Austin Independent School District (AISD) are partnering to offer college credit to computer science students in AISD high schools. Read more
02/26/2014 - UTCS has been named the recipient of a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) through the CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service (SFS) program.  The SFS program will support students pursuing the university’s INFOSEC (Information Security) Certificate who also have a desire to pursue careers in information assurance to protect the government’s critical information infrastructure. Participants will receive support in the form of scholarships for tuition and fees as well as a two-year living stipend.  Read more
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