Spring 2012 Newsletter
Research in computer science drives advances in computing expertise. Computer science has become the enabling science of our age. It is the engine that drives innovation and discovery in science, engineering, medicine, business, and national defense and will soon transform arts, humanities, and the social sciences.
Faculty at UTCS are at the forefront of the digital revolution. We invite you to view our faculty awards and honors.
For more information about our faculty, please see the research page of the UTCS website.
We congratulate Toren Smith, Software Engineer, who won the 2012 College of Natural Sciences Staff Excellence Award.
We also congratulate our Service Awardees:
- Amy Bush, Systems Administrator II for 10 years of service
- Scott Sutcliffe, Computer System Development Specialist for 15 years of service
- Agnes Yu, Executive Assistant for 20 years of service
- Awards & Honors
- About Us
- Student Engagement and Support
- Masters Program
- Ph.D. Program
- Financial Information
- Prospective Students
- Incoming Students
- Current Students
- Portfolio Program in Robotics
- Curricular Practical Training
- Grad Student Talks
- UTCS Direct
Who Wants a Brick?
As many of you know, Taylor Hall has been demolished to make way for the new Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex, due to open in December 2012. Original bricks from UTCS's old home, Taylor Hall, have been salvaged, mortar and all!
If you are a UTCS alum and are interested in coming to campus to pick up a brick, email oea [at] cs [dot] utexas [dot] edu.