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    College of Computing Focus of HostingAdvice Article

    The College of Computing and the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems (ICC) are the subjects of an article published today (Sept. 2, 2020) on HostingAdvice.com, a website and blog that educates visitors to the site about the world of web hosting. The article, for which College of Computing Dean Adrienne Minerick was interviewed, provides a…


    New Computing Bits Session is Wednesday, August 5 at 6 pm

    A second College of Computing Computing Bits session will take place Wednesday, August 5, at 6:00 p.m. via online Zoom meeting. A link to the event has been emailed to students. This week’s session will include presentations by two student groups: the cybersecurity RedTeam and the Humane Interface Design Enterprise (HIDE). Following, students are invited…


    ACT, SAT Waived for Some Applicants

    For incoming students next fall, first-year applicants with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.00 or higher will not be required to provide official SAT or ACT scores to receive an admission decision. The domestic application, now available online for spring, summer, and fall 2021 semesters, remains free for all applicants. The University recognizes that…


    Computing’s CMH Division Adds Academic Advisor

    The College of Computing is pleased to welcome Kathryn (Kay) Oliver as our newest academic advisor effective February 10, 2020. Oliver will have primary responsibility for advising undergraduate students in the CNSA, EET, and Cybersecurity programs. She’ll also assist in managing the graduate programs in Mechatronics and Health Informatics, and the advising of other undergraduate…