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University of California - Santa Cruz

University of California - Santa Cruz

UCSC opened in 1965 with 650 students. Forty-five years later, the campus is home to nearly 15,000 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate students. Computer science is the study of the theoretical and practical aspects of computer technology and computer usage. The department offers courses on a wide range of topics, many of which include a mathematical component. UC Santa Cruz offers both the bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees, as well as the master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees, in computer science. Besides offering instructional courses, the Computer Science Department engages in a substantial research program in which both advanced undergraduates and graduate students participate.

  • William Griswold,
  • Adrienne Harrell,
  • Tracy Larrabee,
  • Charlie McDowell,
  • Jane Pinckard,
  • Lyn Walker,
  • Linda Werner
University of Central Arkansas

University of Central Arkansas

You belong at a university where you're part of a community of thinkers and learners interested in making a difference. Founded in 1907, the University of Central Arkansas is one of the most affordable options for higher education in the South. UCA is located in Conway, Arkansas, a friendly city home to two other colleges, earning it the nickname: The City of Colleges." The community is accommodating of its college students and loves and supports its UCA Bears. Conway is located 30 miles north of the capital city, Little Rock, and has a population around 57,000. When looking at the six-county Metropolitan Area, there are nearly 700,000 people living around Little Rock, making Conway a small pocket in a large group of people. UCA is one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation. Lush gardens with seasonal flowers and large shade trees complement the Georgian-architectural style of campus buildings.

  • Chenyi Hu,
  • Yu Sun,
  • Karen Thessing
University of Central Florida

University of Central Florida

The University of Central Florida is one of the most dynamic universities in the country. Offering 211 degree programs, it has become an academic and research leader in numerous fields, such as optics, modeling and simulation, engineering and computer science, business administration, education, science, hospitality management and digital media. UCF promotes a diverse and inclusive environment. UCF students come from 50 states and 141 countries. Study abroad programs allow UCF students to study and conduct research in 42 programs in 21 countries. The School of EECS is ranked 57th in Electrical Engineering graduate programs according to the 2010 U.S. News & World Report America's Best Graduate Schools! Last year, EE was 65 on the list and was UCF's highest ranked graduate program. For five straight years, EE has moved up in these prestigious rankings.

  • Shafaq Chaudhry,
  • Melissa Dagley,
  • Mark Heinrich,
  • Niels Lobo,
  • Gita Sukthankar,
  • Damla Turgut

University of Central Lancashire - Cyprus

The only University in Cyprus offering joint UK and Cyprus recognised degrees. The University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus) is the first overseas University of the UCLan group.

The School of Mathematics and Computing offers undergraduate BSc (Hons) degrees in both Mathematics and Computing (with specialisations in software engineering, computer games development and computer network technologies). The Bachelor of Mathematics degree is accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).

All courses at the University are delivered in the English language. Students are taught by a team of exceptionally talented and PhD qualified academics with extensive research and international experience. UCLan Cyprus offers students a UK education on Cyprus, with the ability to transfer to identical courses in the UK. 

  • Irene Polycarpou

University of Chicago

From its inception in 1892, the University of Chicago has been committed to open, rigorous, and intense inquiry with a shared understanding that this must be the defining feature of the University. We recognize that our most important contributions to discovery, education, and society rest on our focus, the power of our ideas, and the openness of our environment to the development and testing of these ideas.

Outlier is the research and evaluation arm of CEMSE, the Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education in the Physical Sciences Division of the University of Chicago. Outlier Research & Evaluation conducts research and evaluation that is wide-ranging, from pre-K– graduate level, in schools  and out-of-school settings. Our focus areas include STEM, computer science, fidelity of implementation, spread and sustainability of innovations, outdoor education and health and nutrition. We are a diverse and experienced team of scientists, teachers, methodologists, writers and researchers. We comfortably stand in and across academic, public school, museum, industry, and policy settings. We integrate our expertise to work with innovative and robust approaches.

  • Sarah Rand
University of Cincinnati

University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati offers students a balance of educational excellence and real-world experience. UC is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 42,000 students. The University of Cincinnati serves the people of Ohio, the nation, and the world as a premier, public, urban research university dedicated to undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, experience-based learning, and research. They are committed to excellence and diversity in their students, faculty, staff, and all of their activities. They provide an inclusive environment where innovation and freedom of intellectual inquiry flourish. Through scholarship, service, partnerships, and leadership, they create opportunity, develop educated and engaged citizens, enhance the economy and enrich their university, city, state and global community.

  • Annu Prabhakar
University of Colorado - Boulder

University of Colorado - Boulder

Their undergraduate program has several features that distinguish it nationally. One of these is a very successful year-long senior projects course, taken by nearly all majors, in which students work in teams on significant projects mainly submitted by industry. The department has excellent Computer Science Educational Labs for its undergraduate students that are run almost entirely by the students and offer excellent opportunities for training in system administration. At the graduate education and research level, the department is one of the leading departments in the nation, as measured by the prominence of its research programs and the placement of its students. It has prominent research groups in human-computer interaction, neural networks, numerical and parallel computation, databases, networks, software engineering, systems, and theoretical computer science. Currently, its faculty and students are supported by approximately $4 million annually in research grants, primarily from federal agencies.

  • Ken Anderson,
  • Brian Argrow,
  • John Bennett,
  • Elizabeth Boese,
  • Liz Bradley,
  • Robert Davis,
  • Sarah Hug,
  • Elizabeth Jessup,
  • Deborah Keyek-Franssen,
  • Katie Siek,
  • Judith Stafford,
  • Joel Swanson,
  • Stephanie Wanek

University of Connecticut

Founded in 1941, the UConn School of Business has evolved into one of the most comprehensive business schools in the nation, offering academic programs at the bachelors, masters, doctorate and advanced certificate levels, in five Connecticut locations – Storrs, Hartford, Stamford, Torrington and Waterbury. The School of Business has established a strong reputation for high quality research and academic programs, spanning a wide array of functional disciplines – Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Operations and Information Management. 

Technology is everywhere and in the business environment, it has always been the force that keeps the wheels of enterprise moving forward. Information and Communication Technology are the nexus of modern business. The flow of information and the means, by which it is consumed, conformed and defined is where we navigate and Communication Technologoy is our tool for getting IT done.

  • Seanice DeShields,
  • Chun-His Huang,
  • Jeremy Pollack,
  • Cyndi Soucy
University of Delaware

University of Delaware

The mission of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences is to provide a culturally diverse and intellectually stimulating environment for: educating future leaders in academia, industry, government, and entrepreneurial pursuits through rigorous programs covering the theory and application of computer science, developing in their students the ability to solve problems and to contribute through teamwork, creating new knowledge and innovative technologies through research in the core areas of computer science and in collaborations with other disciplines, exploiting the opportunities and solving the problems created by computing and networking technology, and serving the communities to which we belong, locally, nationally, and internationally, with a deep commitment to ethics in the practice of their profession.

  • Terry Harvey,
  • Lori Pollock
University of Denver

University of Denver

The Women's College of the University of Denver (TWC) blends a collaborative, engaging learning community with a challenging academic experience. Their students and faculty have a passion for education and their passion co-creates a stimulating and rewarding environment. Moreover, students graduate from degree and certificate programs with academic knowledge and skills for personal and professional success. At the Women's College, we prepare women to boldly lead in the communities where they live, work, and engage. The ITS program is an inter-disciplinary degree aimed at ensuring students appreciate how technology applications are developed and introduced for use by people and organizations. Course offerings include project management, leadership, communication and problem solving, as well as the typical IT classes in programming, networking, database principles and computer security. The program has identified three "concentration areas" through which students can take courses that align with specific career aspirations: business / systems analysis, technology, and leadership.

  • Mary Ann Villarreal