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  • Computer Science Awards Recipients (Spring 2015)

  • Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

  • CS @ TCNJ

  • Project demos at CSA 2015

Sad News for the CS Department

The Computer Science Department is deeply saddened to announce that Dr. Miroslav (Mike) Martinovic passed away on Tuesday, February 24 after a battle with cancer.  Dr. Martinovic has been a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at TCNJ since 2000, and was chair of the department from Fall 2005 till Spring 2014. He is remembered…Continue Reading

Call for Computer Science Representatives

Interested in volunteering as a Computer Science Department Representative?  There’s an app—lication for that! The Computer Science Department is always looking for students who can assist with recruiting and departmental events throughout the academic year. As a CS Volunteer, you can… Serve as a peer-mentor for new or transfer students Assist faculty with presentations and…Continue Reading

Spring 2015 Registration Redux

Spring 2015 course rosters have been stabilized and currently there are no seats open in most Computer Science courses. You can use this form to let us know of Computer Science courses that you still would like to take in Spring 2015, should seats become available: https://tcnj.qualtrics.com//SE/?SID=SV_8jNH9lrkdP6Ri1D. Please note that YOU are responsible for ensuring…Continue Reading

Celebration of Computing: December 3

Come join the Computer Science Department for the Fall 2014 Celebration of Computing on Wednesday, December 3 in Forcina Hall (fourth floor). Lunch will be served between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM outside the student lounge. From 1:00 to 3:00 PM, students who are enrolled in a mentored research or internship experience will present their capstone posters, while…Continue Reading

Spring 2015 Registration Wait List Closed

The registration period for Spring 2015 is over and the CS wait list is now closed. We have completed the process of going through the wait list and have allocated seats to students based on requests and availability. If you did not get into a course you wanted, you can take it when it’s next offered.…Continue Reading

Spring 2015 Registration

Registration Wait List: https://jfe.qualtrics.com/form/SV_55XoX47GWfqtHtX. Registration is here and upper level CS courses are filling up quickly! There are some seats reserved for CS majors in all the upper level courses. After your registration windows opens, if the class you need is closed, put yourself on the waiting list using the form here: https://jfe.qualtrics.com/form/SV_55XoX47GWfqtHtX.  Be sure…Continue Reading

Computer Science Colloquium: November 7

The third Computer Science Colloquium of the semester will be held on Friday, November 7.  Mr. Shawn Sivy, Director of Networking & Technical Services at TCNJ, will give a talk entitled “This Is Not Your Home Network: Understanding the Design of the TCNJ Wireless and Wired Networks, How They Work, and How To Get the Most Out of…Continue Reading

Summer Undergraduate Research Project Leads to a Peer-reviewed Publication

(The following article and faculty profile were written by Danielle Leng and published on the School of Science’s webpage) During TCNJ’s Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience (MUSE) 2014, Dr. Dimitris Papamichail worked together with computer science student Nathan Gould (’17) and biology student Oliver Hendy (’15) to study different computer programs that answer biological questions through the use of synthetic genes. Their summer-long efforts have…Continue Reading

Internship Information Sessions

The Computer Science Department will be holding two informational sessions about internships this semester. Dates and times are as follows: Wednesday, 10/29, 12 – 1 PM Wednesday, 11/5,  6 – 7 PM Both sessions will be held in Forcina 408. If you plan on applying for an internship at some point in your curriculum, you must attend one informational…Continue Reading

Computer Science Colloquium: October 24

The second Computer Science Colloquium of the semester will be held on Friday, October 24.  Mr. Matthew Tom-Wolverton (TCNJ ’10) of Tumblr will give a talk entitled “Behind the Scenes at Tumblr”.  An abstract of his talk can be found below. Please join CS faculty and students in Education Building 113 from 12:30 – 1:30…Continue Reading

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