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Harsh workplace climate is pushing women out of academia

Oct. 24, 2023

Women faculty are more likely to leave academia than men faculty throughout all career stages in U.S. universities found Katie Spoon, the paper’s first author and a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science.

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CS Cross Cultural Celebration 2023

Oct. 13, 2023

Come attend the Department of Computer Science's 2023 Cross-Cultural Celebration. Let's celebrate the diversity within our department and enjoy a delicious potluck.

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Ethics in computing course offered to the world

Oct. 10, 2023

Without people in the room who understand the limitations of automated solutions to ethical issues, the potential for downstream harm escalates, says Bobby Schnabel, a CU Boulder professor of computer science and champion for access to computing. In response, CU Boulder’s Department of Computer Science is offering new online courses through Coursera that focus on ethics in computing.

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MOSAIKS: United Nations recognizes machine learning advance

Oct. 6, 2023

Esther Rolf and her research team were awarded a Digital GameChangers Award for a tool called MOSAIKS that promises to greatly increase who can access and analyze satellite data.

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Computer Science in top 20 Best Undergraduate Computer Science programs

Sept. 25, 2023

U.S. News & World Report ranked our Department of Computer Science at number 16 in the Best Undergraduate Computer Science rankings, when compared to public institution peers.

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Interview with a hacker: assistant professor Yueqi Chen

Sept. 19, 2023

Assistant professor in computer science Yueqi Chen says hacking can be ethical and is necessary in order to protect people. Learn more about his philosophy, journey and tips for starting on your own ethical hacking.

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Celebrating our Hispanic and Latino community members

Sept. 19, 2023

Each year, from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, we observe National Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month by celebrating the cultures, contributions and honoring the histories of Hispanic and Latino Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

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How Fires, Floods and Hurricanes Create Deadly Pockets of Information Isolation

Sept. 12, 2023

Leysia Palen, distinguished professor in the Department of Computer Science and founding chair of the Department of Information Science, gives insight into disaster communications for Scientific American.

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Celebrating Mike Eisenberg

Sept. 8, 2023

The Computer Science department celebrated the legacy of creative genius and play that professor Mike Eisenberg gave to the world through making paper crafts, having good conversations and unveiling a creative ball machine built in his honor and made possible by generous donations.

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3D printing with coffee: Turning used grounds into caffeinated creations

Sept. 8, 2023

Coffee can do a lot of things: Wake you up, warm you up and lessen that existential dread. According to a new study, it could also help reduce the waste from 3D printing.