School of Computer Science Students Attend CS Games
Students from the School of Computer Science attended the Computer Science...
Computer Science Student Dary'a Heyko Wins Katherine Elliott Graduate Scholarship
Congratulations to School of Computer Science student Dar'ya Heyko who was...
School of Computer Science Announces New Master of Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence [MCTI] Program
With the number of global cyber-attacks on the rise, the industry demand for...
Summer 2019 UTA Posting Now Available
Please be advised that UTA job postings are now available...
New Ada Lovelace Scholarship Announced in the School of Computer Science
As a graduate from the School of Computer Science, Ethan Buchman (B.Sc...
Computer Science Students Win Transforming Tomorrow Challenge at Hackathon
School of Computer Science students Marshall Asch, Lindsay Elliott, Devon...
School of Computer Science Community Mourns Passing of Professor Tom C. Wilson
Professor Thomas Charles (Tom) Wilson, longtime former faculty member of the...
Congratulations to School of Computer Science alumnus Ryan Wilson-Perkin who was named in Canada's Developer 30 Under 30 list.
Last Thursday, the School of Computer Science held the inaugural Alumni Awards & Honours Gala.
The School of Computer Science is excited to announce the launch of a new, cutting-edge graduate program in cybersecurity and threat intelligence. Applications for Fall 2019 are being accepted now!
School of Computer Science student Julia Hohenadel helped led her team to victory in a recent hackathon put on by RBC that aimed to increase financial literacy.
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RT @SquareCanada: @UofGComputing @GuelphWiCS It was so great having you all here!
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Some members of the Guelph Women in Computer Science visiting the Square office in Kitchener-Waterloo! 👩💻 @guelphwics @squarecanada
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RT @UofGAdmission: Calling all #FutureGryphons! Are you applying to Residence? Make sure you tune in tonight for our Residence Snapcha… https://t.co/Yw4KHTKG1d
Prospective Students: Interaction Conference