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A new cohort of diverse CSU undergraduates aims to inject fresh perspective into the field of science and technology.
Computer science and biology researchers are helping scientists engineer how organisms respond to changing environments.
Augusta Irechukwu is using statistical modeling to help public policy makers predict gentrification.
Computer scientists solve an array of practical, real-world problems. At the 24-hour hackCU hackathon, five undergraduates and their teammates worked nonstop to produce three winning projects.
Building, Recruiting, And Inclusion for Diversity is an initiative designed to promote diversity in undergraduate computer science programs.
Conferences can be an eye-opening experience. Thirty computer science students received scholarships to discover that firsthand.
The Grace Hopper Conference delivers valuable experiences, a sense of community, and an appreciation for both the challenges and phenomenal women in technology.