**EVENT! COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH DAY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 8:50 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. AND 2:00 P.M. -7:30 P.M. KSU STUDENT CENTER 310AB KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DR. MAURICE HERLIHY, BROWN UNIVERSITY AT 9:00 A.M., GUEST SPEAKER DR. XINYUE YE, GEOGRAPHY, KSU AT 2:00 P.M. PROGRAM.
**New! In February the Advanced Tele-Robotics Lab (ATL) will be complete - check it out on the second floor of MSB, Room 236
VIRTUAL INFORMATION EVENT
Graduate Program Online Info Sessions
Interested in finding out more about the graduate program in Computer Science at Kent State University? Talk to us – we’re listening! On the second Wednesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time) Computer Science hosts a live, online information session with a graduate faculty member and a moderator. This is your opportunity to ask questions, and get answers.
Graduate Advisor Dr. Arvind Bansal suggests that participating in the info session will help you understand the department, the research within the department, and other details of the MS and PhD programs in Computer Science. You might also be interested in funding options as well as in life in general in Kent,Ohio. "You can ask questions you have in mind before embarking on your journey to Kent State University," says Dr. Bansal, "The sessions are led by a team of graduate faculty and graduate staff. They look forward to hearing from you!" Sign up for a session!
2018 Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., EST:
Undergraduate Program Live Info Sessions
It’s not easy to choose a major and within computer science there are lots of options because it is a popular and profitable field of study. We can help with that - the Computer Science Department has live, online information sessions on the first and third Tuesday of each month (Eastern Standard Time) to help students with an interest in computer science find out more about what computer science is, what majors will learn in their study, and how majors can use this to build a life-long, lucrative career in the computer science field. A moderator and one of our faculty advisors will be online with you to respond to your questions. We want you to know what to expect from us! It’s easy to sign up for a session; we will send you the link for the Tuesday of your choice.
2018 Tuesdays or Thursdays from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., EST:
Department of Computer Science Goals and Mission
The Department of Computer Science strives to offer quality undergraduate and graduate courses and program in computer science. Consistent with these objectives are the high priorities the Department places on quality research and effective teaching. The Department seeks to attract highly qualified students as majors to both its undergraduate and graduate programs.
Faculty quality is of utmost importance for strong academic programs. The Department believes that combining scientific research with teaching raises the quality of teaching. In order to best serve its students and the University, the Department strives to attract and nurture faculty of high caliber in research and teaching. In order to attract such faculty the Department strives to maintain a productive research climate in which innovative and effective teaching flourishes.