The UST Game Design Club will host a 14-hour Game Jam on Saturday, February 28.
CISC Professor Kate Lockwood and CISC students got others involved in Computer Science during Computer Science Education Week.
A startup co-founded by CS Club President Braden Ericson recently placed 2nd overall and was named Best Presenter at the Fowler Business Concept Challenge.
A team of three CS majors recently competed in the IEEEXtreme 24 hour Programming Competition, placing 6th in the Region.
The UST Game Design Club will host a 24 hour Game Jam this weekend.
The UST CS Club, in cooperation with the CISC department and Science Museum of Minnesota, is hosting an athletic event called the Running of the Nerds on Saturday, October 18.
The UST Game Design Club is hosting a talk by the founders of Murware on Thursday, October 10.
Chris Heim, a CISC Alumnus, will receive the UST Opus College of Business Entrepreneurship Alumnus of the Year Award on October 1, 2014
The University of St. Thomas CISC Department had two teams of students participate in the UHack.io Intercollegiate Hackathon, hosted at the University of Minnesota on September 26th and 27th.
A startup recently co-founded by UST Computer Science Major and CS Club President Braden Ericson is now looking for crowdsourced funding on Kickstarter.
Dr. Yilek will give a talk at the upcoming UST Center for Applied Mathematics Colloquium on September 30, 2014.
Dr. Erin Curran has just published a paper in the journal Mid-Western Educational Researcher
The CISC Department is looking to hire a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Computer Science for Fall 2015.
Dr.s Erin Curran (CISC) and Dalma Martinovic (Biology) recently received a Faculty Partnership Grant from the University of St. Thomas to design a mixed-methods research study to examine the water use and conservation practices of Croatia
Dr. Jason Sawin recently presented a paper at the International Database Engineering & Applications Symposium in Porto, Portugal.
Kate Lockwood joins the CISC Department as an Assistant Professor.
I’m not the person my students think I am.
"Beyond Career to Calling" explores ideas of career as more than just a job
Poster session exhibits fascinating faculty-student research