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High School Programmers Compete at U of A
More than 60 teams of high school students squared off in a test of programming and problem-solving skills in the event, which is sponsored by Walmart, ACM and Acxiom.
Enclothe: Timeless Shows off Range of Students' Fashion-Related Skills
Students from several U of A departments are collaborating in the apparel program’s annual fashion show on April 12.
Students Get a Taste of Real-World Cyber Defense at Competition
Eight students from the University of Arkansas Cyber Hogs team got a crash course in real-world cyber defense last month at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
Cyber Hogs Qualify for Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition in Tulsa
A team of eight U of A students in cyber security will compete in the Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition at the University of Tulsa.
First-Year Engineers Celebrate Milestone on Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students celebrated a major turning point in their college career last week: choosing which field of engineering they'll pursue.
Walmart Sponsors Women in Computer Science and Computer Engineering to Attend Celebration
Four University of Arkansas women studying computer science and computer engineering had the opportunity to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration this fall thanks to the generosity of Walmart.
Fourth Annual Life Raft Debate on Oct. 4
Join University Housing at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the Union Theatre for the annual Life Raft Debate, a debate about which academic field offers the best skills for rebuilding.
Computer Science, Computer Engineering Hosts International Student Researchers
The Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering recently hosted 10 European students on campus as part of a summer research program.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Tenure-Track Faculty Members
The College of Engineering welcomes several new tenure-track assistant professors to the faculty who bring a range of research interests and backgrounds to the college.
NSF Funds Project to Enhance Cybersecurity of Electronic Circuits
Jia Di, professor of computer science and computer engineering, has received $349,551 from the National Science Foundation to support his research into security issues in computing hardware.