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News

CS DAY 2015 is right around the corner! March 27, 2015 is the 15th Annual Computer Science Day! Find out all the details at our CS Day Homepage.[March 2015]

SteelHacks - March 27th - 29th 2015! Department of Computer Science will host 150 students from Pitt, CMU, and Duquesne for SteelHacks[February 2015]

Announcing the CS Day Hackathon: SteelHacks The Department of Computer Science is partnering with the Pitt CS Club to bring you SteelHacks [February 2015]

We are proud to announce that NCWIT (National Center for Women and Information Technology) has selected the University of Pittsburgh’s Women in Computer Science (WiCS) group to receive a 2015 NCWIT Student Seed Fund award sponsored by Symantec. WiCS has been awarded $1,000 to support She Innovates, Pitt’s first all-women’s hackathon. Congratulations to WiCS![January 2015]

Professor Jan Wiebe will be the Academic Keynote Speaker for The 28th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 2-5, 2015! Congrats Prof. Wiebe![January 2015]

Department of Computer Science Alumnus Robert S. (Bob) Seiner (class of 1985) recently published his first book on Non-Invasive Data Governance™ (Technics Publications 2014). Bob has been the President & Principal of KIK Consulting and Education Services since 1997 serving Fortune 100/500 and international clients to improve how they manage their data and information as a valued and strategic asset. Congrats Bob! [January 2015]

She Innovates Kick-off Party will be held on 1/30/2015 at 5pm-7pm in 5317 Sennott Square! Pitt's first all-women's hackathon![January 2015]

NCWIT Collegiate Award Applications Are Now Open Sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, the NCWIT Collegiate Award honors outstanding undergraduate women for their computing and technical accomplishments. Awardees will receive a $7,500 cash award and a trip to the award ceremony at the 2015 NCWIT Summit in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Apply at: http://www.aspirations.org/participate/college-students [January 2015]

Department of Computer Science Alumnus Chad Lane (class of 2004) recently accepted a position as Assoc. Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. His appointment will be in the Dept. of Educational Psychology, with joint appointments in Informatics and the Beckman Institute! Congrats Chad![December 2014]

SHE INNOVATES... The Department of Computer Science will be partnering with Innovation Institute, Pitt SWE, and Pitt WiCS to host Pitt's first all women's hackathon!! She Innovates will be held on 01/30/2015 - 02/01/2015 in the Sennott Square Building![December 2014]

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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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