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.
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Augusta University, the Medical College of Georgia and The Dental College of Georgia are pleased to announce the spring semester's outstanding faculty award recipients and acknowledge faculty members who are retiring.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is thrilled to announce that two more faculty will be joining us in the new academic year.
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The second annual Data Science Workshop, scheduled for March 26-27 at the Georgia Cyber Center, has been postponed out of caution due to COVID-19 concerns.
Supported by the National Science Foundation, the workshop, “Emerging Data Science Methods for Complex Biomedical and Cyber Data,” will take place on March 26-27 at the Georgia Cyber Center.
On Wednesday, Jan. 15, the Office of First and Second Year Experiences recognized freshmen and sophomores who made the Dean’s List.
After 35 years of dedicated service, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Gretchen Caughman has announced her plan to retire at the end of the fiscal 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.
Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has been named to Georgia Trend’s list of “100 Most Influential Georgians” for 2019.
Could Iran perform a cyber attack on the United States? Cyber conflict expert John Heslen is available to share his insight.
The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences is thrilled to announce four more new faculty have joined the school starting this semester.
Augusta University’s School of Computer and Cyber Sciences and Savannah River National Laboratory will sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Thursday, Dec. 5.
The partnership between the two institutions forms a framework for collaboration in training, research and other educational endeavors in the areas of cybersecurity and cyber-physical systems.
“Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing career fields in the world and it’s critically important that we help prepare girls for leadership in these areas,” said Sue Else, CEO of Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia.
Ann Anderson, Augusta University’s first computer science graduate, believes life is what you make it. “You can go out there and you can live a boring life or you can live an exciting life because you can make it exciting," she said. "Anyone can...
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.