Jack Tompkins recognized as a UNCW Lecturer of the Year at UNCW's Fall Faculty meeting, September 4.
Welcome to Hyun Bum Kim, who joing the CSC Department as an Assistant Professor.
Emma Kay Thornton receives CAS Staff Excellence Award, Spring 2014, in recognition of her outstanding customer service.
Dr. Karl Ricanek receives the CAS Research Faculty Award, Spring 2014.
Dr. Curry Guinn gave the CAS Commencement speech at the Sciences, Humanities and GLS ceremony, May 10...MORE
Harry Atwal, CS undergrad, has been selected by Oak Ridge National Labs for a prestigious summer appointment. He was also a featured student at April's UNCW Board of Trustees meeting. Harry demonstrated some of his work in the area of UAV's and biometrics.
Read the 2013 NewsBytes (Computer Science Newsletter) to see what the faculty, staff, students, and alumni have been up to lately.
FALL semester events
September 17 ...Career Day
October 3 ..Employer visit to RTP to visit: Fidelity Investments, MetLife
October 13-14 ...Fall Break
October 25 ...College Day
November 6 ...Spring 2015 graduation application deadline
November 26 ...No classes
December 11 ...Classes end
December 5-6/8-11 ...Final Exams
December 13 ...Commencement
December 24-31 ...University closed
Department of Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science is a community of scholars
dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship, research, and
service. It strives for excellence in teaching and offers a modern
curriculum leading to an undergraduate degree in computer science. It
considers the use of experiential education, including project-based
software development and internships, to be essential for effective
learning. The department is committed to preparing its students for
careers in the emerging knowledge-based economy and helping them become
The department seeks to enrich the learning environment through the active professional development of its faculty. The department is committed to providing leadership in the use of emerging computer and communication technologies both on campus and in the surrounding region. The department regularly sponsors lectures and other activities to enrich the academic life of the campus and the community at-large.