Consistent with the mission of FSU and the College of Arts and Sciences, the primary mission of the Dr. Henry M. Eldridge Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is to prepare students, especially those from historically underrepresented groups, to enter careers in mathematics, computer science, technology, engineering, and education, and to continue their education beyond the undergraduate level. The department is committed to excellence in teaching, research and scholarship, to supporting other units through the core curriculum, to working with colleagues from other disciplines and institutions, to serving as a resource in mathematics, computer science and statistics for the local community, and to enhancing the quality of life in Southeastern North Carolina, the nation, and the world.
Fisk University produces graduates from diverse backgrounds with the integrity and intellect required for substantive contributions to society. Diversity: We will support and encourage diversity of opinion, of culture and aids us in building a collective wisdom that results in more powerful and relevant solutions to our challenges. Excellence: We believe that excellence is the result of a lifelong pursuit of the highest standards. Teamwork: We believe that individuals achieve high standards when supported by the collective work of others. Accountability: We believe that we must hold ourselves to the highest standard when we make commitments. Integrity: We believe that it is our responsibility to prepare young people to be stewards of an ever changing world. Leadership: We believe that leaders are obligated to empower those around them. Service: We believe that service is our ability to give the gift of knowledge to humanity.
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) is an 1890 land-grant institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, resolution of complex issues and the empowerment of citizens and communities. The University provides a student-centered environment consistent with its core values. The faculty is committed to educating students at the undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and professional levels, preparing graduates to apply their knowledge, critical thinking skills and creativity in their service to society. While the University continues its historic mission of educating African Americans, FAMU embraces persons of all races, ethnic origins and nationalities as life-long members of the university community. Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University holds the following values essential to the achievement of the university’s mission: Scholarship, Excellence, Openness, Fiscal Responsibility, Accountability, Collaboration, Diversity, Service, Fairness, Courage, Integrity, Respect, Collegiality, Freedom, Ethics, and Shared Governance.
The ACCESS Program at FAU utilizes a holistic approach in assisting students in their first and second year, providing individually tailored support by way of academic coaching/advising, career counseling, academic support programs and faculty mentorship. By establishing a positive environment, we will provide students with the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to progress toward degree completion.
The ACCESS Program is based on the Appreciative Advising model. It is the intentional collaborative practice of asking positive, open-ended questions that help students optimize their educational experience and achieve their dreams, goals and potential. The advisee and coach/advisor, as partners, work together to discover the student’s passions and dreams, design a plan to achieve those dreams, deliver on that plan, and make changes as necessary to achieve their goals.
Florida International University will be a leading urban public research university focused on student learning, innovation, and collaboration.
Florida International University is an urban, multi-campus, public research university serving its students and the diverse population of South Florida. We are committed to high-quality teaching, state-of-the-art research and creative activity, and collaborative engagement with our local and global communities.
Florida Memorial University serves a culturally diverse student population through programs in liberal and professional education. These programs are designed to prepare students to function in a highly competitive, technological and global society. Challenging educational opportunities are offered in a variety of instructional formats to traditional and non-traditional students. Internships and experiential learning programs are incorporated in an energetic learner-centered environment. Academic programs are supported by library services, information technology, academic advising, testing, developmental education, career development, counseling, intramurals, intercollegiate sports, student activities, and other support services. Florida Memorial University is dedicated to academic excellence, to the pursuit of knowledge and truth, to the free exchange of ideas, and to the transmission and preservation of African-American history and heritage. The University recognizes that education contributes to the quality of life and expects that students will leave its community of scholars and traditions prepared to participate fully in a global society.
Florida Polytechnic University, started as a university of engineering and technology, is designed to be different so that graduates possess the talent and job-ready skills to stand out from the crowd. While other top engineering schools in Florida have centers of innovation, Florida Poly was established on April 20, 2012, as a wholly innovative university dedicated to the principle that innovation occurs when research and creativity are applied to real-world challenges. Florida’s only public university for engineering and technology dedicated to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) was created to be both a rigorous academic institution and a powerful resource for high-tech industries.
We have a vibrant and growing department that has changed substantially in recent years in many ways. The number of faculty has significantly increased in the last ten years and the department now has 27 faculty members. Our department offers a bachelor's degree in CS, three tracks for the master's degree in CS, and continues to offer the PhD degree in CS as well. FSU is now one of the few universities in the country offering a bachelor's degree in Computational Biology. We also have created an interdisciplinary bachelor's degree in Computer Criminology by working with the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Our research funding and the number of research assistants has significantly increased in recent years. Many of our faculty are internationally recognized, hold distinguished positions on editorial boards and conference committees, and with their students are publishing innovative research in very prestigious conferences and journals.
The Information Systems Engineering (ISE) Program at Fort Hays State University is the only one in the state of Kansas, and it is one among only a handful in the nation. FHSU is recognized as one of the nation's Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). ISE students will learn how to effectively use or "engineer" Information Systems, which are collections of hardware, software, data, people and procedures that work together to produce quality information. Therefore, the ISE program is a multidisciplinary area of study that involves software, digital storage and retrieval, networks, human computer interaction, information security, digital design and electronic media. Upon graduating from the ISE program, students will be prepared to work with complex information systems and have the skills and knowledge necessary to advance in their careers. Graduates with a degree in ISE are in high demand at various federal agencies and private companies.
Founded more than 100 years ago, Fort Valley State University embraces a history that weaves together African-American culture, a commitment to personal and intellectual growth and a deep sense of community. What students of every era have found here is unequaled leadership across a wide scope of programs. Our communiversity efforts bridge the gap between town and gown. The university regularly brings the local community onto campus for special events that showcase our students’ achievements. With an enrollment beyond 3,000, our school is the perfect size for building lifelong ties that go beyond race and background; ties that are based on a shared love of learning and a thirst for personal growth. FVSU’s stately campus is the ideal environment for one-on-one learning, but we also encourage connections to the world around us, through close relationship with local communities and our study abroad programs that trace ancestral bonds halfway around the globe.