Features & Announcements

Innovation Challenge

Innovate to help Puerto Rico

Join the SEAS Innovation Challenge and develop creative technological solutions to help meet needs in Puerto Rico. The entry deadline is January 8. Learn more about the application process.

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SEAS receives $300k Clare Boothe Luce Program award

Female sophomore students in SEAS are eligible for one of the four research scholarships that will be awarded this year. Funding for each scholarship will total $37,250. Find out more and apply.

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New graduate program: MS in data analytics

Learn more about our new master of science in data analytics program, designed for professionals who need the big data and data analytics skills that are increasingly in demand.

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Extreme Imaging

Dr. Robert Pless foresees the myriad beneficial applications of images that security and smartphone cameras capture, and he is capitalizing on them to help address national needs and social justice issues.

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A Composite View

What if one of the 50-plus small computers contained in today’s average car failed, and it was the computer that controls the car’s braking system? Or what if one of the computers that help manage a city’s water control plant failed?

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Professor of the Practice in Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at The George Washington University in Washington DC, invites applications and nominations for a Professor of the Practice position starting potentially as early as July 2017.

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Robert Pless to chair Computer Science department

Dr. Robert Pless joined GW’s Department of Computer Science on January 1, 2017 as professor of computer science and chair of the department. He will be the inaugural holder of the Patrick and Donna Martin Endowed Professorship.

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Computer science faculty in the news

Faculty and researchers from the GW's Cyber Security and Privacy Research Institute and the Department of Computer Science frequently are sought out by the media to comment on and explain issues of the day related to computing and computer security.

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Lance Hoffman sits on “Crypto Wars 2.0” panel

Cyber Security and Privacy Research Institute director Professor Lance Hoffman participated in the “Crypto Wars 2.0: How Should the U.S. Balance Privacy and National Security?” panel. Learn more and watch a video of the panel.