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The officers of the Computer Science Club meet on Zoom.

Computer Science Club ‘programs’ new ways to connect amid ongoing pandemic

By Lucy Li, Staff Writer September 6, 2020
The pandemic did not halt the development of the club. Instead, club officers faced the challenge head-on and made more progress than they expected with the creation of six new programs to offer help and resources to club members.
The 2019-20 academic year marked the first time SCI admitted first-year undergraduate students.

SCI reflects on first year of first-year students

By Katie Sottile, Staff Writer April 19, 2020
The 2019-20 academic year marked the first time SCI admitted first-year undergraduate students.
Classes for the new Pitt School of Computing and Information cybersecurity program will start in August.

SCI to offer programs in cybersecurity

By Brian Gentry, Assistant News Editor March 7, 2019
Pitt’s School of Computing and Information opened a Professional Institute yesterday, and its first initiative is to offer programs in cybersecurity.
The MARS software editing screen.

Flawed but vital: MARS teaches students specifics of computer architecture

By Griffin Lynch, For The Pitt News February 15, 2019
Students at Pitt in CS 0447 are undertaking the difficult task of learning how to read and write assembly languages — and a tool is making it easier for students and teachers alike.
Illustration by Aby Sobotka

Facilitate innovation, offer computer science classes

By Matt Moret / Columnist September 21, 2015

In many high school classes, there is always one kid who feels the need to raise a hand and ask the most frustrating question known to academia: “So when are we ever going to need this?” Perhaps these...

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

By MCT Campus October 15, 2014

Hackers gain access to passwords though various techniques. 

Outside Your Comfort Zone

Outside Your Comfort Zone

By Zbigniew Bzdak / MCT Campus October 17, 2013

Exploring coffee shops outside of the usual chains can result in a more rewarding coffee drinking experience.

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