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Open House Fall 2017

We welcome all the families and future students for Fall 2017 Open House!Professors Barry, Fenwick, McRae, Norris, Tashakkori talked to families at our Convocation Center booth. Professors Mohebbi and Parry greeted people in the Department's space...

Congratulations for being nominated to serve as CS Ambassadors in the College

Congratulations for being selected as the 2017-18 CS Department Student Ambassadors! Pictured below from left to right are Preston Wilson, Holly Hughes, Erin Stein, and Grayson Fenwick. In addition, these departmental ambassadors have been...

The Majors Fair - Tuesday, October 3, 2017 from 11:00am to 2:00pm

Grandfather Mountain Ballroom, Plemmons Student Union. To register, please go to: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScX5YyggjAmrxP99VSZ1fRr4zIyT84Z...

Congratulations to the 4 CS graduate students who successfully defended their theses

Congratulations to Scott Shuffler, Devin Sink, Michael Yang, and Michael Crawford for successfully defending their masters theses on Wednesday July 19, 2017. 

Congratulations to the new CS graduates!

Congratulations to the following students for obtaining their graduate/undergraduate degree on Saturday, May 13:Zachary Andrews (graduate)Zachary Alexander (undergraduate)Stephen Bunn (graduate)Mikeal Anderson (undergraduate)Michael Crawford (...

Congratulations to Eric Cambel for his awards and honors

Congratulations to Eric Cambel for being selected for the Graduate Diversity Impact Fellowship for 2017-2018. Also congratulations to Eric for being selected for an IBM Summer and Fall 2017 internship.

Andrew Zuehlke Successfully Defended His Honor's Thesis

Andrew Zuehlke successfully defended his honor's thesis on Friday, April 21. His thesis is titled: An Analysis of Tools, Techniques, and Mathematics Involved in a Penetration Test. His thesis advisor was Dr. Norris and his second reader was Dr...

Nicholas Phillips Successfully Defended His Master's Thesis

Nicholas Phillips successfully defended his thesis on Wednesday, April 19. His thesis is titled: A Study of the Upper Domatic Number of a Graph. His thesis advisor was Dr. McRae and his committee members were Dr. Mohan and Dr. Tashakkori.

Student Presentations at NCUR 2017

Over the weekend, a group of students traveled to the University of Memphis to give presentations at NCUR. The students and their presentation titles are listed below:Applications of Predictive Modeling on the Appalachian TrailAuthor(s): Christopher...

Dr. Rahman Tashakkori and graduate student Nathan Hernandez presented at the IEEE Southeast Conference

Dr. Rahman Tashakkori and graduate student Nathan Hernandez presented at the IEEE Southeast Conference in Charlotte, NC on Friday March 31. The paper they presented was titled: A Honeybee Hive Monitoring System: From Surveillance Cameras to...