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88 more students declare as a Computer Science major since January 2015! The CS Department grows as the demand for computer scientists is on the rise! Recent studies show that a degree in computer science is now the 3rd most in-demand and valuable degree in the United States! [May 2015]

It is with extreme sadness that we share the news that Dr. Robert Daley has passed away this week. Dr. Daley was a professor in the Department of Computer Science for 40 years, and he was a valued member of the faculty. He contributed to the Department in countless ways, and we will remember him always for his devotion to the Department, his sincere kindness, and his homemade honey. http://goo.gl/HlJ7Zi and http://goo.gl/B4L1jc [April 2015]

Congrats to all of the Computer Science students that entered the Randall Family Big Idea Competition! The Department of Computer Science had the most students enter the competition out of any other department in the School of Arts & Sciences! A special congrats to the CS students that made it to the 3rd & final round of the competition, Deeksha Gupta, Zhijie Wang, Ashish Juneja, Charles Kiorpes, David Tsui, David Duan and Tayane Silva Fernandes de Moura![April 2015]

Check out Pitt Computer Science student Elliot Spencer Bingol's work on bringing Homestead and West Homestead into the 21st century with digital government! Find the news article here.[April 2015]

Congratulations to Professor Panos Chrysanthis for receiving the Provost's Mentor Award! The Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring recognizes University of Pittsburgh faculty who demonstrate outstanding mentoring of graduate students. The University strives to train the next generation of professional scholars, and the faculty who provide both intellectual and personal leadership to support and promote personal and professional development to students are recognized by this award for their efforts. Only as many as four faculty members are given this award each year. Congrats to Panos on receiving this prestigious award! http://goo.gl/hd8vmq[April 2015]

The Class of 2015 is expected to be the largest graduating class the Computer Science Department has ever had, with an anticipated 107 graduates! The Department of Computer Science will hold its Graduation Reception on April 25th 2015. Congrats to the class of 2015! #LetsGoPittCS[April 2015]

Congrats to Pitt CS undergraduates Natalie Isenberg and Sylvia Ujwary on being a 2015 DAAD RISE recipient! (German Academic Exchange Service Research Internships in Science & Engineering)Through the DAAD RISE, these students will work with research groups at universities and top research institutions across Germany for a period of two to three months during the summer. [April 2015]

Congratulations to Professor Adam Lee and Doctoral Candidate Bill Garrison on their Mentor-Mentee Teaching Award! We are happy to announce that their proposal has been approved! Congrats! [April 2015]

Congrats to Pitt CS Alumnus Jesse Thomason Jesse has been awarded the 2015 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! Congrats Jesse! #H2P[April 2015]

Congrats to our CS Day Graduate Research Winners! AI: Charmgil Hong, Systems/Networks: Xiaolong Cui, Theory/Algorithms: Neal Barcelo, Databases: Cory Thoma, HCI: Xiangmin Fan. Sponsored by Compunetix.[April 2015]

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Announcements

A&S Hot Metal Bridge Program

The Computer Science Department is participating in the Arts & Sciences Hot Metal Bridge Program. This new program is a two-semester post-baccalaureate fellowship for those who are highly motivated and show strong academic promise as well as help A&S meet student diversity goals. Helping the fellows prepare for doctoral study, the program will match students with faculty mentor/advisor and graduate student mentor. Apply by April 2, 2012 for the 2012-2013 academic year.

SMART Scholarship Program

The Science, Mathematics, And Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarship-for-service program is an opportunity for U.S. graduate and undergraduate students to be fully funded in a wide range of technical areas. The SMART Scholarship Program brochure has more information. Applications due December 1, 2012. More information about the Smart Scholarship Application.

Interesting Links

Good Job Market for CS graduates on CNN
[January 2012]

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