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- Active Learning: Nina Balcan Shores Up Foundations of Her Field
- Algorithm for Success: Zvi Galil Brings the Fire to Georgia Tech
- An Agile Architecture: Hyesoon Kim Looks to Combine CPUs & GPUs
- Box Seats in Atlanta: Fortnow Poised to Take School of CS to the Show
- Quantum Resistance: Chris Peikert & the Power of Lattices
- The People’s Network: Computing Students Work for More Transparent Internet
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The College of Computing once again ranks among the Top 10 computer science programs in the nation with the release today of the 2014 graduate school rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Saamer Akhshabi, a Georgia Tech Ph.D. student in computer science who was seriously injured Feb. 4 in his Midtown apartment, died March 6 in Grady Hospital.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Nina Balcan and Patrick Traynor, both assistant professors in the School of Computer Science, have been selected as 2014 Sloan Research Fellows, according to an announcement today from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Faced with a decision between braving the below-freezing cold outside and breaking SnapChat’s new security feature, Steven Hickson (CS student) said it was a no-brainer. Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Barbara Ericson, director of computing outreach at Georgia Tech, appeared on Weekend Express to discuss the gender gap and explains why more women aren't interested in computer science. Source: HLN TV
Thursday, January 9, 2014
“Proper configuration of mechanisms available within KNOX appears to be able to address the previously published issue,” said mobile security expert Patrick Traynor. “Samsung should strongly encourage all of their users to take advantage of those mechanisms to avoid this and other common security issues.” Source: Yahoo! News
Sunday, January 5, 2014
Georgia Tech attracted attention in 2013 for creating an online master's degree program that will cost less than $7,000.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Rich DeMillo writes about advances is higher education. Source: Scientific American
Friday, November 1, 2013
But perhaps the most promising experiment is from the Georgia Institute of Technology, which next year will start offering a $6,600 online master’s degree, a sixth the price of its current degree, in partnership with the MOOC platform Udacity and AT&T Georgia Tech is putting its reputation behind a MOOC credential. Source: The New York Times
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Earlier this year, Georgia Tech became the first top university to offer a steep discount for an online grad degree: less than $7,000 for a master’s in computer science, instead of the usual $45,000. Source: NPR
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