08/21/2012 - UT News | University of Texas at Austin Ranked No. 35 Among World Universities Read more
06/24/2012 - The Daily Texan | By Bobby Blanchard The Department of Computer Science will decrease the number of required classes needed to obtain a degree from the department, a move some faculty hope will allow students to specialize in their interests and experience more while attending school. Read more
05/16/2012 - Majors matter as graduates seek jobs. As this year's class enters the strongest job market for graduates since 2008, students with backgrounds in computer science, engineering and accounting are in high demand, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). While the group's latest survey shows a 10.2 percent increase in hiring plans from 2011, the improvement isn't benefiting all majors the same way, as in pre-recession years, said Edwin Koc, who heads research at Bethlehem, Pa.-based NACE. Read more
04/23/2012 - UT News Event: 1 Semester Startup's "Demo Day" featuring James Truchard, president and CEO of National Instruments When: Thursday, April 26, 5-9 p.m., open to the public Where: LBJ Auditorium at the LBJ Museum and Library, 2313 Red River St., University of Texas at Austin Read more
01/17/2012 - The Daily Texan reports on 1 Semester Startup, an interdisciplinary course that the Department of Computer Science helped create. Read more
01/17/2012 - AUSTIN, Texas-The College of Natural Sciences is teaming up with two other colleges at the university to launch undergraduate students into an interdisciplinary game development program. Read more
01/07/2012 - Where 94% of grads get jobs CNN| January 7, 2012 Majoring in computer science is hot right now. Enrollment is up, and undergrads are rocking the job market. Read more
12/16/2011 -  In the Red McCombs End Zone Club, undergrad students, many dressed in suits, are clustered together hovering over laptops with a sense of urgency and nervous energy. Outside the window the club’s occupants can see the Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium’s video board. But this time, it’s not sports on the screen, it’s the 1 Semester Startup logo— entrepreneurial athletes. Read more
11/01/2011 - The new Game Development Program is designed to serve undergraduate students in Radio-TV-Film, Fine Arts and Computer Science Read more
09/21/2011 - Two UTCS teams made it to the final round of Yahoo!'s Open Hack All Stars event in New York City. The All Stars event was made up of winning teams from Yahoo! Open Hack and HackU events from around the world. A total of 40 hackers competed in this first ever event. Teams were competing for a $10,000 prize and the opportunity to present their hack to VCs, CEOs, and other Yahoo! senior executives and partners. Read more

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