University of Utah Computer Science Alum Honored With Prestigious Award

University of Utah Computer Science Alum Honored With Prestigious Award

Uri Weiser (PhD '81), a University of Utah computer science graduate and emeritus professor in the electrical engineering department at the Technion — Israel Institute of Technology was presented with the prestigious 2016 Eckert-Maulchy Award for his leadership and pioneering work in high-performance processors and multimedia architectures.  Read more...

SoC faculty and students honored during graduation reception

SoC faculty and students honored during graduation reception

Following this year’s convocation ceremonies the School of Computing hosted a graduation reception honoring its 2016 graduates. Students and families were invited to attend the lunch giving them an opportunity to mingle and congratulate one another.  Read more...

John LaLonde awarded the College of Engineering Outstanding Service Award

John LaLonde awarded the College of Engineering Outstanding Service Award

University of Utah School of Computing alum, John LaLonde, was awarded the College of Engineering’s Outstanding Service Award at the College’s convocation May 6.  Read more...

Daniel Khoury awarded the College of Engineering Graduating Student Leadership Award

Daniel Khoury awarded the College of Engineering Graduating Student Leadership Award

Daniel Khoury an undergraduate student in the University of Utah’s School of Computing, was awarded the College of Engineering Graduating Student Leadership Award at the College of Engineering Convocation May 6 in the Jon M. Huntsman Center.  Read more...

GREAT SUMMER CAMPS

GREAT Summer Camps

The School of Computing at the University of Utah is committed to teaching young students technical skills while showing them that the field of computer science can be engaging, exciting and have a positive impact on the world. The GREAT camps provide weeklong programs covering topics in computer science, robotics, graphics and games for students in 4th – 12th grades. Our vision is to attract a growing audience for our programs and to have these students gain experience with engineering and familiarity with a university environment over several summers.

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