• Nikki DelRosso portrait

    Nikki DelRosso has been designing web pages since she was twelve years old. Now, as a current student at the UO, she works part-time in web design and development for the university while pursuing her degree in computer and information science.

    For more, see Best of Both Worlds at the ... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Eric Wills Portrait

    Dr. Eric Wills joined the instructional staff of the Computer and Information Science as an Instructor of Computer Science beginning winter term 2011. Eric will already be familiar to many in the department, as he has been a graduate student and, more recently, a part-time instructor here, teaching CIS 410/510 Introduction to Game Programming last spring and CIS 122 and CIS 212 this fall. His... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Explorations in Computing book cover

    Prof. John Conery has published a new textbook. Titled "Explorations in Computing: An Introduction to Computer Science", the book is intended for courses such as CIS 170, the CIS Department's lower-division science elective for non-majors and pre-majors. The book uses an "active learning" approach to introduce students to a wide variety of problems in computer science. Each chapter has a... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Students working on a computer for the programming contest

    UO CIS and UO Information Services hosted the ACM Pacific Region Programming Contest at the University of Oregon in Eugene on November 13, 2010. UO qA one of five sites where teams from the region compete to solve as many programming problems as they can during the five hour contest.

    UO teams compete in the Northwest Regionals against teams from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington,... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Woman on a laptop in a Oregon Trail wagon in black and white.

    The UO Women in Computer Science organization is proud to support Picture Me in Computing Day. Our very own Kiki Prottsman is one half of the clever and passionate duo responsible for instigating this worldwide digital flash mob on November 10, 2010 (111010) aimed at raising awareness for the possibilities associated with women in computer... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Eye-tracking software screenshot

    CIS faculty routinely collaborate across disciplinary boundaries to provide unique modern educational opportunities to UO students, such as with this interdisciplinary course on the science and art of eye tracking. Story and photo by Marc Dadigan.

    http://cascade.uoregon.edu/fall2010/natural-sciences/... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Maria Klawe in front of a Koi pond

    Distinguished Lecture Series October 28, 2010
    Gender and Computing

    Dr. Maria Klawe, President of Harvey Mudd College, lectured on "Gender and Computing" at the University of Oregon on Thursday, October 28, 2010, as part of the Department of Computer and Information Science Distinguished Lecture Series. Dr. Klawe spoke of how girls and women differ from boys and men in their uses of and attitudes towards computing technology, and how this affects career choices and technology design. Read more

    Updated: Jul 5, 2017
  • Oregon Duck Mascot

    Students who have completed all of the mathematics classes available at their high schools may choose to enroll in computer science classes at the U of O through the Duck Link program. Descriptions of computer science classes appropriate for Duck Link students offered in Fall 2010 are given below. Department permission is required for Duck Link students to enroll in computer science classes.... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Kevin Butler portrait

    Dr. Kevin Butler's research focuses on security issues as they relate to storage systems, large-scale systems architectures, and networks. Recently, he has been exploring how advances in storage technologies can be used to improve the state of systems security. He is also interested in security in interdomain routing, propagation of malicious code through the Internet, applied cryptosystems,... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Stephen Fickas portrait

    UO Computer and Information Science team wins NSF interdisciplinary grant to turn electronic tablets into reading comprehension support tools.

    A CIS research and development team will work with College of Education faculty to tackle adult reading and comprehension difficulties.

    With the help of a five-year, $2.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Stephen... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017

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