Departmental News

Valued Faculty Member Dr. Robert Daley Passes Away

Created: Apr 30, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Sep 03, 2015 by Emilee M. Betz
Departmental News

It is with extreme sadness that we share the news that Dr. Robert Daley has passed away this week. Dr. Daley was a professor in the Department of Computer Science for 40 years, and he was a valued member of the faculty. He contributed to the Department in countless ways, and we will remember him always for his devotion to the Department, his sincere kindness, and his homemade honey. http://goo.gl/HlJ7Zi and http://goo.gl/B4L1jc


CS Class of 2015 Expected to be Largest Graduating Class Ever

Created: Apr 15, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Sep 04, 2015 by Emilee M. Betz
Departmental News

The Class of 2015 is expected to be the largest graduating class the Computer Science Department has ever had, with an anticipated 107 graduates! The Department of Computer Science will hold its Graduation Reception on April 25th 2015. Congrats to the class of 2015! #LetsGoPittCS


Panos Chrysanthis and Alex Labrinidis Recieved MCSI 2015 Research Seed Grant

Created: Mar 17, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Nov 02, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Departmental News

Congratulations to Panos Chrysanthis and Alex Labrinidis on recieving a MCSI 2015 Research Seed Grant!


CS Declared Majors At All-Time High

Created: Mar 16, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Sep 04, 2015 by Emilee M. Betz
Departmental News

Breaking the 300-Mark: CS Declared Majors are at an All-Time High This year the Department of Computer Science is proud to announce that we have over 300 declared CS students. This is the most declared CS majors that we have ever had in department history. With the realization that Computer Science and Computing is a huge part of our present, as well as our future, more and more students have been choosing computer science as their major.


Professor Adam Lee

Created: May 01, 2014 by Tasha N. Rauso
Updated: May 09, 2014 by Tasha N. Rauso
Departmental News

Congratulations to Professor Adam Lee on becoming a tenured faculty member effective September 2014!


Alfs Berztiss

Created: Oct 28, 2013 by the Department of Computer Science
Departmental News

The Department of Computer Science has lost Alfs Berztiss, Professor Emeritus. Dr. Berztiss was hired during the departments early years in September 1970 and retired after 28 years with the department. Dr. Berztiss' retirement was featured in the Fall 1998 LINKS. He will be missed by the Computer Science community.

You can view the obituary Post Gazette , University Times.



The department just concluded its Technology Leader

Created: Aug 09, 2013 by Tasha N. Rauso
Updated: Aug 09, 2013 by Tasha N. Rauso
Departmental News

The department just concluded its Technology Leadership Initiative (TLI) where over 70 middle and high school students learned about fundamental computing concepts! Pictures to follow soon!


The Department of Computer Science just concluded its

Created: Aug 10, 2012 by Tasha N. Rauso
Updated: Apr 04, 2013 by Tasha N. Rauso
Press Releases, Departmental News

The Department of Computer Science just concluded its Technology Leadership Initiative! Congratulations to the middle and high school students who completed the program! Stay tuned for new pictures!


We are pleased to announce that our department is now an Academic Alliance member of the National

Created: May 07, 2012 by Tasha N. Rauso
Updated: May 07, 2012 by Tasha N. Rauso
Departmental News

We are pleased to announce that our department is now an Academic Alliance member of the National Center for Women & Information Technology, a coalition that works to increase diversity in IT and computing. The Academic Alliance consists of over 400 distinguished representatives from the computer science and IT departments of nearly 200 colleges and universities across the country.


Graduating CS seniors

Created: May 02, 2011 by the Department of Computer Science
Departmental News

Graduating CS seniors and their family celebrate on Saturday evening at the William Pitt Union. Some photos from the evening's celebration.

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