09/10/2011 - ieee spectrum | Prachi Patel | September 2011 The worst of the recession is behind us. While the job outlook for electrical and computer engineers was not dire last year, the uptick in the economy brings even happier tidings for the class of 2011. Everyone—from Microsoft and Google to small start-ups—seems to be looking for talented programmers and developers. Read more
08/16/2011 - Why I'm raising my son to be a nerd | By LZ Granderson, CNN Contributor | June 28, 2011 7:45 a.m. EDT Grand Rapids, Michigan (CNN) -- You know the kind of dad who registers his son for soccer almost as soon as he takes his first step? That was me. You know that dad who yells so much on the sideline that he leaves the game a little hoarse? Yeah, that was me too. Read more
08/11/2011 -   SMARTMONEY MAGAZINE | By CHAD TERHUNE & MATTHEW HEIMER | AUGUST 11, 2011, 2:48 P.M. ET Read more
08/08/2011 - U.S. News & World Report | Brian Burnsed | August 8, 2011 Read more
06/21/2011 - "As is typically the case, business and engineering majors, plus those earning degrees in technical fields, including computer science, are most in demand at the bachelor's degree level," writes the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) in its "2011 Job Outlook". Read more
06/08/2011 - Texas cities claimed the top 6 positions in a study released by Forbes.com and NewGeography.com.  Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos came ranked fourth, while San Antonio-New Braunfels ranked seventeenth of nearly 400 locations evaluated.  More information can be seen at http://www.newgeography.com/content/002215-the-best-cities-jobs-2011. Read more
05/31/2011 - A new study out of Georgetown University has named the top-earning bachelor's degrees and quantified their earning power, according to The Washington Post. Read more
05/23/2011 - From: The Chronicle of Higher Education | Median Earnings by Major and Subject Area A recent study of the economic value of several undergraduate degrees by major was recently published by Georgetown University. Engineering graduates ranged fro $55K to $120K, the best of the majors evaluated. Computer and mathematics grads were also rated highly, $50K to $98K Read more
05/19/2011 - More than 56 percent of computer science majors who have applied for a job have received an offer making it the major with the highest offer rate from the Class of 2011, according to results of a new survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).   Read more
05/03/2011 - The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin (UTCS) has embarked on an initiative to bring increased exposure of the entrepreneurial world to our students. Read more

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