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08 Jan

Temporary Computer Science Teacher Needed

January 8, 2018 | By |

Hartford Union High School (Hartford WI) is looking for someone to teach computer science courses beginning January 19, 2018. A teacher’s licensure is not required as the individual would be supervised by a math instructor. If interested, contact Jon Duhr,
Director of Teaching & Learning, Hartford Union School District at

08 Jan

Student Programmer Needed

January 8, 2018 | By |

Office: Career & Leadership Development (UC-146). Target Start Date: February 19, 2018. Seeking a student pursuing an IT or Computer Science major with 45-90 credits to fill a Student Programmer position in the Career & Leadership Development Office.

Duties include maintaining and upgrading established programs, as well as assisting with the development of various reports.  This would be an ideal job for someone looking for a few hours of work a week.

Having knowledge or background in Access, Visual Basic, SQL and PHP is a plus.  Ability and willingness to learn quickly will also be considered.

If interested, please email resume and references to: Eunice Lehner, Career & Leadership Development, 262-472-1950.

11 Dec


December 11, 2017 | By |

Tutoring for last week of semester will be in Andersen General Access Lab, Room 1008A due to remodeling in MG 19E

Tutoring schedule for last week of classes (12/11-12/14) is as follows:
Ben (Java, Assembly, VB, Discrete) 11:00 – 12:45
Sean (C++, Assembly) 12:30-2:30
Rebecca (Computer Apps) 12:30-1:45
Scott (Intro/Intermediate Java) 3:30-4:30
Nick (Python) 5:00-6:00


Ben (Java, Assembly, VB, Discrete) 11:00-12:00
Sean (C++, Assembly) 12:30-2:30
Abby (Computer Apps) 12:30-1:30
Jay (Intro/Intermediate C++, Assembly) 3:30-4:30
Mario (Java, VB, Assembly) 3:30-6:00
Steven (Python) 4:30-6:00


Sean (C++, Assembly) 12:30-2:30
Rebecca (Computer Apps) 12:30-1:45
Nick (Python) 5:00-6:00

Sean (C++, Assembly) 12:30-2:30

13 Nov

Computer science lecture

November 13, 2017 | By |

Assistant Professor Zachary Oster of the Department of Computer Science will speak about software design on Wednesday, Nov. 15, specifically on the issue of how to reconcile differences in priorities between different audiences using the software. His talk at 12:30 p.m. in McGraw 122 will include projects he has worked on with UW-Whitewater students.

31 Oct

Search for a new faculty member has begun

October 31, 2017 | By |

The Department of Computer Science is currently recruiting an Assistant Professor in Networking & Security to join next fall. Position Description and instructions for applying can be found here.

30 Oct

MS in CS Information Session

October 30, 2017 | By |

Have you been wondering about the options for joining the graduate program in computer science? If so, we have an event this Wednesday at 12:30 to answer your questions:

23 Oct

Opportunity for graduate/future graduate

October 23, 2017 | By |

King Show Games, Minnetonka, MN hiring C++/C# Programmers and Software Engineers. Click on link for more details.

23 Oct


October 23, 2017 | By |

MOXE Health Systems would like to hire one of our graduates for their Software Engineer position. Click on link for more details.

18 Oct

16 Oct

CS Opportunity Night

October 16, 2017 | By |

Thursday, October 19 5:30-7:30 p.m.
McGraw Hall
Room 101

Research shows that students who are engaged in major-related internships or research receive more job offers and higher salaries than those who do not. Here is an opportunity to network with employers and faculty members and learn about the opportunities waiting for you! Refreshments will be served. RSVP by 10/16 with your pizza topping and beverage preference and we will try to accommodate. Freshman through Junior computer Science majors especially encouraged to attend.

06 Sep

05 Sep

Wells Fargo Campus Analytics Challenge

September 5, 2017 | By |

There are still a few days left to enter this challenge:

Wells Fargo Campus Analytics Challenge- What can you build better with us?

About the Wells Fargo campus challenge:
-Students must analyse the data set provided in the link to suggest product ideas
-Wells Fargo is giving out $11,000 to the Top 7 performers of this challenge
-Top performers will be invited to attend the Wells Fargo Analytics summit in San Francisco in March 2018
-They are also interested in recruiting students through this challenge (previous solvers have been recruited by Wells Fargo!)…

28 Aug

09 Aug

The need for Computer Scientists continues to grow

August 9, 2017 | By |

Job Growth_Alivisatos

More info? Link to article on House Panel Hearings, July 26, 2017.

05 May


May 5, 2017 | By |

We are bidding a fond farewell to our class of 35 Spring 2017 graduates today at 12:30 p.m. in Heide Hall, Room 100. Please join us! There will be a potluck lunch provided by the faculty and staff. We are also taking a few minutes to say goodbye to our faculty member, Cheng Thao who will be leaving for new opportunities in Minnesota.

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