The Department of Computer Science’s annual Celebration of Computing event will take place in-person on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, from 11:30 AM – 3:10 PM. Thirty-six student presentations, organized in three rooms and across three sessions, will showcase students’ internship experience and mentored research outcomes over the summer and this Fall semester.
Lunch: 11:30 AM – 12:10 PM
Presentation Session 1: 12:15 – 1:10 PM
Presentation Session 2: 1:15 – 2:10 PM
Presentation Session 3: 2:15 – 3:10 PM
Students who are taking CSC 099 and CSC 199 were assigned a poster for the review. Please use the Qualtrics Survey link below to submit your response. Please note that you must identify yourself in the survey (there are fields where you can write your name) to be counted toward your course requirements.
Qualtrics link: https://tcnj.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7QDMD2fwgIgYy4m
If you have any questions or need a copy of the schedule of presentations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration period for Spring 2023 courses is November 1 – 11, 2022. Some seats have been reserved for CS majors in all CSC courses. Please review the Spring 2023 Registration Newsletter for additional information on options courses offered next semester.
After your registration window opens, if the class you need is closed, put yourself on the wait-list using the form below.
We will not start signing students into courses until Monday, November 14, after the registration window closes. Please do not email the department for updates before this time. We will enroll students into any unfilled seats in order, based on their registration times and time they registered on the wait list.
Be sure that your intended course does not conflict with a course in your current schedule, and that you are willing to drop conflicting courses to make the change. If you have a full course load or time conflict and do not indicate courses to drop on your wait-list submission, your submission will be disregarded.
As always, have a back-up plan in case you are not able to get into your preferred courses.
Please see the Advising Resources webpage for more information about submitting Mentored Research or Internship forms for Spring 2023
Math/Stat: https://mathstat.tcnj.edu/ (link to form posted on the menu bar)
For more information on waitlists for other schools and departments, please refer to the TCNJ Waitlisting Process packet.
The Spring 2023 registration newsletter is now available.
Registration for Spring 2023 courses will begin on Tuesday, November 1. Please review the registration newsletter (linked below) for information on next semester’s options courses, a link to the registration wait-list, and a general listing of CS courses.
Dr. Roger Mailler, a Program Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF), will give a colloquium talk, titled “NSF Research Funding Resources for Undergrad Students” on Friday, September 30 from 12:30 – 1:30 PM on Zoom.
See below for more information about Dr. Mailler and links to the event.
Abstract: U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Program Director Roger Mailler shares knowledge and NSF resources with students at higher education. The NSF Computer and Information Science and Engineering at NSF supports investigator-initiated research and education in all areas of computer and information science and engineering, fosters broad interdisciplinary collaboration, helps develop and maintain cutting-edge national cyberinfrastructure for research and education, and contributes to the development of a computer and information technology workforce with skills necessary for success in the increasingly competitive global market. In this talk, Dr. Mailler shares opportunities in STEM Career Pathways for undergraduate students
Speaker Bio: Dr. Roger Mailler is a Program Director in National Science Foundation’s Division of Information and Intelligent Systems (IIS) under the Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE). He leads many NSF-funded research projects in Robust Intelligence (RI) program within the IIS Division that aim to explore foundational computational research needed to understand and develop systems that can sense, learn, reason, communicate, and act in the world using AI, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Natural Language Technologies, and Computational Neuroscience. Dr. Mailler is also a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Tulsa, published more than 60 articles in leading journals and conference proceedings in the area of multiagent systems, distributed problem solving, constrained optimization, and computational neuroscience. He received his bachelors degree at the State University of New York and Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts, respectively.
Zoom Meeting ID: 922 3579 4660 / Passcode: 076165
Welcome back to Dr. Mark Russo, a longtime CS Department adjunct faculty member, who is returning this year in the position of Senior Lecturer!
Dr. Russo has taught a variety of courses for the department since joining as an adjunct in Spring 2015, including sections of CSC 220, CSC 230, and CSC 470 Special Topics course (Advanced Browser Technologies), as well as courses for Engineering majors.
This semester, Dr. Russo will teach sections of CSC 230: Data Structures and CSC 217, a course for Engineering majors which utilizes the programming language Python.
Find Dr. Russo’s research interests and contact information on his faculty profile page.