02/02/2011 -The Department of Computer Science (CS) recognized scholarship recipients, scholarship donors, and Friends of Computer Science (FoCS) members with a Scholarship Luncheon at the Alumni Center on February 2, 2011.
Thank you to our generous donors who make a difference in the lives of our students.
Friends of Computer Sciences (FoCS) members, are denoted in bold.Read more
06/18/2010 -The annual First Bytes Summer Camp, sponsored by UTCS, began on June 20th, 2010 on the UT campus. The free week-long camp illustrates the wow of a career in technology to selected Texas high school girls. Campers work together on projects, tour local technology companies, meet professional computer scientists, play games, enjoy campus life, and get a taste of what it’s like to have a fascinating, well-paying job.Read more
10/28/2009 -On October 28, 2009, The Department of Computer Science hosted a luncheon and briefing for Mr. Aneesh Chopra, the newly appointed Federal Chief Technology Officer of the United States. Mr. Chopra was recently appointed to the position by President Barack Obama.
While on campus, Mr. Chopra had lunch with several University leaders as well as a dozen technology executives from leading Texas companies. Over lunch, the group discussed technology innovation, workforce issues and education.Read more
06/22/2006 -UTCS hosts two community outreach camps in July. The first is our Teacher Camp for high school computer science teachers July 12-14. The second camp, First Bytes, lasts from July 16-22 and is a residential camp for high school girls interested in science and technology.
02/21/2005 -The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Sciences and Women in Computer Sciences (WICS) is pleased to present Carnegie Mellon University's "Women @SCS Outreach Roadshow" on February 21st from 5 - 6 pm in the ACES Auditorium 2.302 (Avaya).Read more
08/01/2004 -From July 25 to July 31, 45 young high-school women attended the 2004 First Bytes Summer Camp where they explored computer science. At the camp, they had the opportunity to learn that "computer science is more than video games."
About First Bytes
"First Bytes is part of The University of Texas at Austin effort to correct the under-representation of minorities and women in one of the fastest growing and important fields for the future."Read more