Roboticon 2017 Winners
Over the weekend of March 18th and 19th, Roboticon, our robot-building and...
CBC News: UoG Hackathon Yields New Ideas For Tackling Campus Mental Health
The University of Guelph now has a swath of new ideas for tackling student...
Student Success At The 2017 Ryerson Social xChange
The School of Computer Science's Ryan Schott and his team came in 2nd place...
This week School of Computer Science Assistant Professor Dan Gillis is...
U of G Top Comprehensive Research University Over 15 Years: Report
Computer Science Student Joins Roundtable Discussion With Lieutenant-Governor
School of Computer Science student Christopher Katsaras joined University of...
New High-Tech Driving Simulator Strengthens U of G Research in Road and Motorist Safety
The School of Computer Science's Dr.
School of Computer Science student and President of the Society for Computing and Information Sciences, Patrick Houlding, received the Gordon Nixon Leadership Award.
This weekend students from across campus gathered to develop solutions to support positive mental health at the Guelph Hacks for Mental Health Hackathon.
School of Computer Science Professor Dan Gillis talks about designing the innovative ICON course.
The students, staff, and faculty of the School of Computer Science would like to welcome one of our newest members, Kate McRoberts.
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Congrats to the winners of #Roboticon 2017
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RT @DrDanielGillis: Congrats to Jon & Pat - winners of the Gordon Nixon Leadership Award. Jon also won the Be The Change Award… https://t.co/T6uNd2FaPA
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RT @DrDanielGillis: At the Student Life Awards with these two. #BeTheChange #GordonNixonLeadershipAward cc: @UofGComputing https://t.co/QsFNdJkO7a
Alumni Weekend 2017