• Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Computer Science




Computer Science is Changing Everything

Check out this video from the great people at code.org talking about how Computer Science is touching and revolutionizing almost every aspect of human life. Whether you want to just get a taste through one class, gain valuable skills through a minor, or become an expert through a major, the Department of Computer Science can help you develop digital literacy that empowers whatever path you pursue in life.


Austin Spears

Austin Spears
B.S. - 2012

Austin received a B.S. in computer science from our department in 2012, receiving the "Outstanding Undergraduate Student" award at graduation. Since graduation he has been working as a software developer for Datawatch Corporation. During his time with Datawatch he has worked on several desktop products, earning a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certification for Windows applications development along the way. Recently, Austin lived in Stockholm, Sweden for three months to facilitate the integration of a newly acquired team / product into the organization and upon returning acted as technical lead for a team of developers at the Datawatch office here in Greensboro.


Jing Deng

Faculty Highlight - Prof. Jing Deng

Jing Deng, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science, has recently been named an IEEE Fellow by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He is being recognized for his work in the development and optimization of wireless security and networking protocols. The number of IEEE Fellows selected in any year is limited to at most one-tenth of one percent of IEEE voting members, so this honor places Dr. Deng among the very top researchers and practitioners in the world. Dr. Deng currently leads a team of researchers in his lab that investigate issues related to wireless networks, social networks, and security techniques, developing knowledge and techniques that will connect individuals into communities and enable smarter and safer information exchange.

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