Please join us for events and surrounding the dedication of the Davis Marksbury Building! Alumni and friends are especially invited to come see our new "home" and renew relationships. The theme of the week is "Discovery". The lineup includes:
The University of Kentucky is proud to announce that the Davis Marksbury Building, home to part of the Computer Science Department, has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
“Do something.” That’s one piece of advice Randy Luecke, a rising Computer Science junior, offers incoming freshman and he has certainly been one to follow that advice himself. He has pursued a multitude of opportunities outside the classroom that are making him a stand out student.
Faculty and Students were recognized for Computer Science Awards at the 45th annual Tau Beta Pi Awards Banquet for the College of Engineering.
Engineers Day, or E-day (2/26 9am-1pm RGAN 102/103), is a celebration of everything engineering has to offer. From building bridges to discovering new medications to writing the software that powers our cell phones, engineers and computer scientists do the things that make our 21st-century world work. Want to learn more what the UK Computer Science Department has to offer? Come see the CS Showcase in RGAN 102 and workshops on mobile phone programming in RGAN 103.
University of Kentucky President Lee T. Todd Jr. and lead donor Davis Marksbury today presided over groundbreaking ceremonies for a new $18.6 million building to house the second phase of the university's high-tech "Digital Village" concept.
Dr. Anthony Q. Baxter first joined the University of Kentucky‚ Computer Science Department in 1972. He is the longest serving member of the department by more than a decade. Along with various other posts, he served as Director of Undergraduate Studies for more than 16 years.
A number of CS students gave presentations and demos at the Engineer's Day (E-Day 2010) held by the College of Engineering and Department of Computer Science on Saturday, February 20, 2010. This annual event promotes computer science and engineering to K-12 students as well as the general public.
The Internet has problems; that isn’t news to most users. Slow loading speeds due to heavy traffic, hit-and-miss responsiveness to mobile devices and the ever-present fear of a major security breach are just a few of the glitches that range from annoying to dangerous and make the Internet an ongoing work in progress.. read more