Dr. Konstantin "Costas" Busch and Dr. Jason Williams are joining the faculty of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences in the fall 2020 semester.
School of Computer and Cyber Sciences professor Dr. Gagan Agrawal has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is thrilled to announce that two more faculty will be joining us in the new academic year.
The Board of Regents voted unanimously to approve the introduction of a new master's degree in computer science, the second graduate level program offered through the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is thrilled to announce four more new faculty have joined the school starting this semester.
While the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences may be a new school founded in 2017, computer science education at Augusta University has deep roots dating back to 1979.
Seven School of Computer and Cyber Sciences students have become charter members of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) at Augusta University.
Kowalski and Jbara will join the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty this fall as a professor and an assistant professor, respectively.
Dr. Weiming Xiang and Dr. Hoda Maleki have accepted positions as assistant professors with the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
With the the 2019 Spring Commencement Ceremony quickly approaching, Augusta University President Dr. Brooks Keel is emotionally preparing for the graduation of his son, Preston Keel, on Friday.
A new workshop hosted by the National Science Foundation and Augusta University's School of Computer and Cyber Sciences supports collaborations among students and researchers in the Southeast.
Dr. Paul Attie and Dr. Bogdan Chlebus have accepted positions as professors with the Augusta University School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
The article follows the Peach Belt’s first quarterfinal match, which showed a match-up between Augusta University and Georgia Southwestern.
An Augusta University student turns his love for video games into a career in computer science.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Augusta University computer science professor Harley Eades III with a grant to fund his research on attack trees, a visual representation of computer systems used to identify and assess possible threats...