College of Information Science and Technology receives funds to expand and scale up scholarships designed to support a diverse group of computer science educators.
This November, 32 middle and high school girls came to IS&T with their teachers to learn more about technology careers. As part of our CodeCrush program, this fall's class got to have new experiences learning all about STEM education and workplaces.
Meet two members of our IS&T faculty.
Every year, IS&T supports a number of young women from our college to attend the annual Grace Hopper Celebration. The largest gathering of women technologists, the Celebration is inspiring for everyone that attends.
College of Information Science & Technology receives funding to continue and expand SFS program.
We're celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month this year by highlighting our amazing Latinx and Hispanic students. Check out our alumni and current student profiles to learn more about who they are and what led them to information technology.
Stephanie graduated with her bachelor's in Computer Science and works at Union Pacific. Read about how Stephanie found her path and went from student, to intern, to full-time employee.
Craig graduated with his bachelor's in Computer Science and decided to take the leap and pursue his graduate degree. Read about how Craig took full advantage of everything IS&T offered as an undergrad, and why earning his master's degree is an important next step.
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