Students win at five regional and national events. - October 31, 2017
North Dakota State University’s Software Engineering master’s degree programs have been recognized as among the top in the nation by AffordableColleges.com, a popular college and program ranking website. NDSU’s programs have been ranked as the fourth best in the United States. The website... - October 30, 2017
NDSU graduate Betty Gronneberg, founder of uCodeGirl, presented to students on how to excel in their career and life on Friday, September 22. - September 26, 2017
NDSU Computer Science Asst. Prof. Jeremy Straub was awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. - September 25, 2017
With growing cybercrime and cyberwarfare, there is little connected to the internet that is not a prospective battlefield or crime scene. Threats come from all corners: criminal organizations, radical groups, enemy governments, activists and even some just hacking for enjoyment or prestige. Responding... - September 25, 2017
There are many people making a contribution to society within the Computer Science Department at the North Dakota State University. - September 16, 2017
The NDSU Computer Science Department is pleased to announce the promotion of two faculty members. Dr. Anne Denton was promoted to Full Professor and Dr. Oksana Myronovych was promoted to Associate Professor of Practice.
Dr. Denton’s research deals with the development and implementation of analytical... - August 06, 2017
The NDSU Computer Science Department is seeking increased interest. The department, today, broke - by two students - its previous record-breaking pre-semester undergraduate advisement numbers from last year and advisement isn't even over yet. - August 04, 2017
Computer Science Assoc. Prof. Juan Li is the principal investigator for a newly announced grant from the National Science Foundation to study self-management of diabetes in Native Americans, along with co-investigator and Computer Science Assoc. Prof. Jun Kong. Siobhan Wescott, a NDSU Asst. Prof. of... - August 02, 2017
A team of North Dakota State University students competed, for the first time in the university’s and state’s history, in the International Aerial Robotics Competition and won an award recognizing their technical design. The IARC is the world’s oldest aerial robotics competition for... - July 31, 2017
Kendall E. Nygard has been recently named Computer Science Department chairman and the founding director of the North Dakota State University’s new Institute for Cyber Security Education and Research.
The NDSU Computer Science Department was founded in 1988 (though computer science courses were... - July 15, 2017