Is there a secret to achieving success at university?
There is, says UWindsor computer science grad Franklin Ezenwa (BSc 2015), and he promises to share it in his recently-published book, Be a High Achiever: Achieving All-round Success in College & University.
Congratulations goes out to three of our Computer Science Graduate students on winning 1st place in the Cyberstat Challenge for their academic poster competition that was held on October 23rd and 24th at the University of Ottawa.
The School of Computer Science, along with a few other sponsors, was excited to host our first Windsor-Essex Google Developers DevFest on Saturday October 5th. This event attracted over 200 people, including students from regional secondary schools, St.
On Friday September 27, the School of Computer Science hosted 150 tech savvy students from various computer science disciplines and departments across campus to participate in the 3rd annual Communitech Code to Win competition. We were also pleased to have St.
UW Students start first Canadian chapter of Women in CyberSecurity. Click here For full Windsor Star story.