ISTeC Distinguished Lecturer presenting two talks on April 18.
The Colorado State University alumna who leads the popular Halo video game franchise will return to her alma mater March 31 to deliver a campuswide lecture on “Video gaming: Empowering creativity with technology.”
Computer science professor Chris Wilcox has teamed up with a CSU student and an HPE employee to form a club for high school female students to learn more about coding and the computer science industry.
head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M speaks as part of ISTeC Distinguished Lecture Series.
Indrajit Ray, professor of computer science and an expert in network security and applied cryptography, shares his view on what's at stake.
A computer science team’s cloud-based platform for comprehensively monitoring critical infrastructure will be featured at a Department of Homeland Security-sponsored public showcase in Washington, D.C.
Computer scientists and statisticians are creating powerful new software that can predict, simulate and analyze a major livestock disease outbreak.
CSU has been named a GPU Education Center by NVIDIA, the world leader in visual computing.
The woman who leads the popular Halo video game franchise says her sports background not only got her into gaming, but helped level the playing field in a traditionally male-dominated field that she wants more women to enter.