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greg.jpg Greg N. Frederickson (M.S. 1976; Ph.D. 1977) A popular author in the world of recreational mathematics, Greg N. Fredrickson is also an award-winning researcher and professor of computer science at Purdue University. He has...read more
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Endowed professorship in virtual reality created with private and state support
Dinesh Manocha Joins UMD as the Paul Chrisman Iribe Professor of Computer Science Endowed professorship in virtual reality created with private and state support Dinesh Manocha joined the University of Maryland’s Department of Computer Science...read more
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Northwestern University has appointed Ph.D. candidate Xiao Wang as an Assistant Professor of computer science starting in the fall semester of 2019. Before joining the computer science faculty at Northwestern, Wang will conduct a joint...read more
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For 2017-2018 academic year, two members of Computer Science Department have been awarded Board of Visitors' Awards , and two members have received Computer Math and Natural Science Dean’s Awards. Professor Larry Davis has been...read more
Twenty-two years ago, a plucky and friendly Ms. Brenda K. Chick joined the Department of Computer Science as a member of the Chair's office staff. There, she handled everything from keeping the chair's calendar, to...read more
by Rebecca Copeland, Institute of Systems Research Professor Dana Nau (CS/ISR), Professor Michele Gelfand (Psychology), and Assistant Professor Tom Goldstein (CS) are part of a Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI), one of 24 awarded this...read more
To Our CS Community: Many of you may have seen on social media over the last few days a TA handbook linked to our department. This document was deeply troubling and made generalizations about our...read more
From Department Chair Ming C. Lin : The TA Handbook posted on the CS website contained highly inappropriate, stereotypical characterizations of women. The handbook has been removed from the site, and we apologize for its...read more

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Groundbreaking has begun for our new building! A striking presence at the corner of Baltimore Avenue and Campus Drive, the Brendan Iribe Center will be a hub for technology at the heart of a new innovation district, among high-tech companies, government agencies and institutional colleagues.