03/03/2003 -Hello UTCS Students!
Want the competitive edge in interviewing and other business opportunities? In today's climate, communication is one of the most valuable skills you can have and networking is a "must have" tool in your business tool box. Learn now how to effectively network in the business and/or academic environments to create new opportunities.Read more
03/01/2003 -On Saturday, March 1, Texans of all ages are invited to EXPLORE UT, "the biggest open house in Texas." You're encouraged to attend, volunteer to help, and invite friends and family to enjoy 300+ free events.
Each year the department participates in Explore UT. For more information about Explore UT visit their web site.
For more information about the department's participation, contact:
Stephanie Shaffer, Coordinator UTCS Office of External Affairs email@example.com
Join us as Richard Stallman discusses the purpose, goals, philosophy, methods, status, and future prospects of the GNU operating system, which in combination with the kernel, Linux, is now used by an estimated 17 to 20 million users world wide.Read more
09/23/2002 -Each year Friends members are invited to an Honor's Reception held before the College of Natural Sciences Career Expo. This year's reception will be held from 8:30 am - 10:00 am on September 23 in the Burnt Orange Room of the Frank Erwin, Jr., Events Center.Read more
09/23/2002 -September 23, 2002
The College of Natural Sciences is holding their annual Career EXPO from 1pm-6pm on Monday, September 23rd, in the Frank Erwin Center. Employers hiring from various natural sciences backgrounds attend. This year over half the attending companies are interested in hiring UTCS students. They are seeking candidates for full and part time positions, as well as internships and co-ops. This is a great opportunity to learn about companies, based both in and out of Austin, that employ our CS graduates.Read more
01/25/2002 -The Department of Computer Sciences is proud to announce the annual Visions of Computer Sciences Research Lectures. The first lecture will be held Friday, January 25, 2002. Formal Methods is the topic this year.
Lectures: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Avaya Auditorium, ACES 2.302Reception: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Faculty Lounge, ACES 6.102Read more
09/14/2001 -The Friends of Computer Science Honors Reception will again precede the College of Natural Sciences Career Expo.
Students watch for your invitation in the mail.
Employers contact Steve Thomas, External Affairs Director, for more information on the Honors Reception. Steve may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 471-9533. Visit the FoCS homepage for more information on the FoCS program.Read more
10/05/2000 -The Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences (ACES) building is an impressive effort to boost collaboration among researchers in Computer Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and TICAM. The construction, in itself, was an experiment. With land leased from the university, Dallas philanthropist Peter O'Donnell, Jr., constructed, in just two years, a state-of-the-art research facility. Ben Kuipers, CS department chairman, says "The architecture is set up so all three units have space on every floor.Read more
09/15/2000 -On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his landmark thesis on the successive over relaxation (SOR) theory, a symposium honoring David M. Young was held at the 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. Students and colleagues gathered together to honor him for his contributions to scientific computing and congratulate him on his recent retirement from The University of Texas at Austin. Young, who earned a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Harvard, held the positions of Ashbel Smith Professor of Mathematics and Professor of Computer Sciences. The speakers were Kang C.Read more
04/30/2000 -A symposium honoring Professor Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, Schlumberger Centennial Chair in Computer Sciences and Professor of Mathematics, was held May 12-13, 2000, on the event of his recent retirement. His colleagues assembled an exciting two-day symposium attended by internationally known computer scientists. The symposium was held in Taylor Hall on the UT campus and ended with a farewell address by Dijkstra.Read more