- Use the link below to register for the Alumni Mentor Program
- Select a mentor from the “Computer Science Department” option on the first page
- Review the available mentors in the directory, and choose the mentor who is right for you. Space fills up quickly as it is first-come, first-serve
- Watch the AMP orientation recording to finalize the registration process
- The Alumni Office will then introduce you to your mentor via email
- From there, you will connect with your mentor once per month (March – May)
Come join us for the 17th Annual Computer Science Night celebration on Thursday, December 6. Enjoy refreshments while you check out the CS senior and masters projects, and listen to a panel of CS Alumni as they discuss their experiences in the tech industry and current trends in the field. All alumni, students, and friends of USF Computer Science are invited, so please spread the word!
5:30 pm: CS Alumni Reception | Faculty and Staff Lounge (UC 222)
6:30 pm: Student Poster Session, Networking and Refreshments | LoSchiavo Center, Ground Floor
7:30 pm: CS Alumni Panel | McLaren 250
We look forward to seeing you December 6th!
Each year, the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing brings students, professionals, and academics together to acknowledge, promote and celebrate diversity in computing. Participating for the first time, USF Computer Science sent five students to Orlando, Florida to participate, network, and recruit upcoming diverse computing leaders.
This year’s conference, themed Roots of Innovation “reminds us to celebrate the historical role of diversity with respect to STEM innovation, and declare it as a standard essential set of roots for computing innovation in the future.” We asked the student participants to share their experience at this year’s conference: Continue reading “USF Computer Science Sends First Cohort to Tapia”
AppInventor.org, founded by Computer Science Professor David Wolber was recently voted on of the Best Websites for Teaching and Learning. It’s used globally and its website reaches approximately 60,000 unique users per month. The website provides teaching materials based on the App Inventor language created by Hal Abelson and others at MIT. Read more about Professor Wolber’s work here.
The Department of Computer Science was thrilled to have Professor Sophie Engle highlighted by Grace Hopper in this video on amazing women making a difference in Computer Science!