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KETV 7 Omaha
Crash throws international student 20 feetfrom home. He's an international student from Pakistan. After high school, he
Crash throws international student 20 feet
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 3 hours ago
from home. He's an international student from Pakistan. After high school, he came to Omaha to pursue his education in computer sciences. "I love it over here. It's quite beautiful, and the people are really good," said Ahsan. Ahsan said he's... Read more
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The Economic Times
CSC-HP deal gets Competition Commission nodNEW DELHI: Competition Commission has approved the proposed merger of Computer
CSC-HP deal gets Competition Commission nod
The Economic Times / Posted 13 hours ago
NEW DELHI: Competition Commission has approved the proposed merger of Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) with Hewlett Packard's enterprise services segment, a deal that would create one of the world's leading pure play IT services companies. Both... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Why the guns-on-campus debate matters for American higher educationin line for the security screening at the federal courthouse, I learned of two
Why the guns-on-campus debate matters for American higher education
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 6 days ago
in line for the security screening at the federal courthouse, I learned of two more examples. One was a professor of computer sciences who told me about the time when he was physically shoved and verbally abused by a student who got a B... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
MP: About 50% engineering seats remain vacantand ITI,” he added. “We will hold a review meeting to improve the condition fr
MP: About 50% engineering seats remain vacant
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 7 days ago
and ITI,” he added. “We will hold a review meeting to improve the condition from next academic year,” said Joshi. Computer sciences and electronics and communication were first choice of candidates. “The reason behind less inclination of... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Why the guns-campus debate matters for American higher educationin line for the security screening at the federal courthouse, I learned of two
Why the guns-campus debate matters for American higher education
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 7 days ago
in line for the security screening at the federal courthouse, I learned of two more examples. One was a professor of computer sciences who told me about the time when he was physically shoved and verbally abused by a student who got a B... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
It’s My Job: Appliance Repair Business Ownerdevice. Technology has changed significantly from the ‘90s. For me, growing up
It’s My Job: Appliance Repair Business Owner
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 7 days ago
device. Technology has changed significantly from the ‘90s. For me, growing up with technology and having a degree in computer sciences really allows me to understand how components communicate. On occasion we do take some classes on extremely... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Armitage Construction to refurb university buildingthe joint value is worth in excess of £4m. He said: "The Kilburn Building is a
Armitage Construction to refurb university building
Manchester Evening News / Posted 13 days ago
the joint value is worth in excess of £4m. He said: "The Kilburn Building is a key academic building for the school of computer sciences. Unfortunately the current configuration is no longer conducive with modern working practices so we will be... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Austria: A Case Study of How Offshoring Lowered Growthin the STEM disciplines. Yet for over a decade, any reader of Slashdot will tel
Austria: A Case Study of How Offshoring Lowered Growth
Naked Capitalism / Posted 13 days ago
in the STEM disciplines. Yet for over a decade, any reader of Slashdot will tell you that a staple of that site is forlorn computer sciences majors, either about-to-graduate or newly minted, who have found out that there are pretty much no entry... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Young volunteers’ make a mark at Bury homeThe Willows at Corders Farm, Bury Road, Bury St Edmunds, for their NCS project.
Young volunteers’ make a mark at Bury home
Bury Free Press / Posted 14 days ago
The Willows at Corders Farm, Bury Road, Bury St Edmunds, for their NCS project. Jake, who went to IES Breckland and starts computer sciences at West Suffolk College next month, said: “It really went well. We tidied up a flower bed, got lots of... Read more
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NBC News
In D.C., Girls Get a Crash Course in CodingIn 2012, one woman had the idea to create a program that would get girls active
In D.C., Girls Get a Crash Course in Coding
NBC News / Posted 14 days ago
In 2012, one woman had the idea to create a program that would get girls active and more interested in computer sciences. It started with 20 girls in a conference room in New York City learning to code. Today, more than 1500 girls will be taught this... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
High-Tech Thieves Stealing Credit Card Info at Gas Pumpsgo back to 1960. Where everything was cash and the term debit card wasn't aroun
High-Tech Thieves Stealing Credit Card Info at Gas Pumps
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 18 days ago
go back to 1960. Where everything was cash and the term debit card wasn't around," said Bhavani Thuraisingham, Professor of Computer Sciences at UT Dallas, and a cybersecurity expert. She says companies need to address the growing vulnerability of... Read more
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redOrbit
New Dust-Sized Implants Can Track Everything in Your Bodylike a natural fit. Furthermore, as co-lead author Michel Maharbiz, an associa
New Dust-Sized Implants Can Track Everything in Your Body
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
like a natural fit. Furthermore, as co-lead author Michel Maharbiz, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences at UC-Berkley, noted in a statement, “I think the long-term prospects for neural dust are not only within... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Dust-sized, wireless sensor built at UC Berkeleyonly within nerves and the brain, but much broader,” Michel Maharbiz, an associ
Dust-sized, wireless sensor built at UC Berkeley
Manila Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
only within nerves and the brain, but much broader,” Michel Maharbiz, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and one of the two main authors of a study published Wednesday in the journal Neuron, was quoted as... Read more
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Hartford Courant
MetLife Scaling Back, Cutting Jobs After Profit Losson MetLife's earnings, driving efforts to bring costs in line with revenue. Me
MetLife Scaling Back, Cutting Jobs After Profit Loss
Hartford Courant / Posted 19 days ago
on MetLife's earnings, driving efforts to bring costs in line with revenue. MetLife announced a deal this week in which Computer Sciences Corp. will administer almost 7 million policies for the insurer. CSC said it would offer employment to more... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
MetLife to trim costs 11 percent, cut jobs as rates hurt returnscan better serve our customers and provide a fair return to shareholders." He
MetLife to trim costs 11 percent, cut jobs as rates hurt returns
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 19 days ago
can better serve our customers and provide a fair return to shareholders." He cited a deal, announced this week, in which Computer Sciences Corp. will administer almost 7 million policies for the insurer. The agreement includes call-center and... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Neural dust' lets you implant a wireless computer into your BRAINwithin nerves and the brain, but much broader,' said Michel Maharbiz, an associ
'Neural dust' lets you implant a wireless computer into your BRAIN
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
within nerves and the brain, but much broader,' said Michel Maharbiz, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and one of the study's two main authors. 'Having access to in-body telemetry has never been possible... Read more
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The Daily Californian
New campus undergraduate program integrates engineering, businessDuring their time in the program, M.E.T. students may choose one of two tracks
New campus undergraduate program integrates engineering, business
The Daily Californian / Posted 20 days ago
During their time in the program, M.E.T. students may choose one of two tracks — Business and Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences or Business and Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. “Given how technology is changing every... Read more
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Orange County Business Journal
UCI Names Dean for School of Information & Computer Sciencesannounced today the appointment of Marios Papaefthymiou as the next dean of the
UCI Names Dean for School of Information & Computer Sciences
Orange County Business Journal / Posted 20 days ago
announced today the appointment of Marios Papaefthymiou as the next dean of the Donald Bren School of Information & Computer Sciences, effective Jan. 1. He replaces Hal Stern, who will remain at the university as a statistics... Read more
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CNET
Beyond Fitbit: 'Neural dust' puts invisible cyborg tech deep inside youdust are not only within nerves and the brain, but much broader," said Michel M
Beyond Fitbit: 'Neural dust' puts invisible cyborg tech deep inside you
CNET / Posted 20 days ago
dust are not only within nerves and the brain, but much broader," said Michel Maharbiz, an UC-Berkeley engineering and computer sciences professor of electrical engineering and co-author of a paper on the new technology in Wednesday's issue of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Women Hail New Penal Codeis happening to girls and women all over the world as they are victims of rape
Women Hail New Penal Code
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
is happening to girls and women all over the world as they are victims of rape and kidnap, amongst other things. During the event, women who had undertaken ICT training at the African Institute of Computer Sciences (IAI) were awarded certif... Read more
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eWeek
HPE Creates New Cloud Unit as Division Head Leavesand printers. Most recently, HPE in May announced it was spinning off its enter
HPE Creates New Cloud Unit as Division Head Leaves
eWeek / Posted 21 days ago
and printers. Most recently, HPE in May announced it was spinning off its enterprise services business and merging it with Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) in a deal that is expected to close next year. At the same time, reports have surfaced... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Yorktown
Yorktown Resident Participates At DigiGirlz Eventaccording to the event's organizers. It featured profiles of real-world DigiGi
Yorktown Resident Participates At DigiGirlz Event
The Daily Voice - Yorktown / Posted 21 days ago
according to the event's organizers. It featured profiles of real-world DigiGirlz, a panel of accomplished females in computer sciences, and an hour of Minecraft Code Workshop, which demonstrated the fundamentals of coding. "If you had told... Read more
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Fortune
These Private Equity Firms Could Be Looking to Buy Hewlett Packard Enterprisein all of HPE, not just individual business units, like the IT services busines
These Private Equity Firms Could Be Looking to Buy Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Fortune / Posted 25 days ago
in all of HPE, not just individual business units, like the IT services business group that was spun off and merged with Computer Sciences in May. A Reuters report on Friday, however, countered by reporting the buyout groups are only interested... Read more
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Breitbart
British Clergy Advised To Increase Security As London Warned: You’re Nextdu Rouvray, where Father Hamel was killed, was just one of a number of Catholic
British Clergy Advised To Increase Security As London Warned: You’re Next
Breitbart / Posted 27 days ago
du Rouvray, where Father Hamel was killed, was just one of a number of Catholic churches on a terrorist ‘hit list’ found on computer sciences student Sid Ahmed Ghlam, a suspected Islamic State extremist, last April. Ghlam was arrested in Paris... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Campus course CYBEAR prepares students for careers in cyber securitystudy that can lead to privacy and security careers,” said Carolyn Winter, a pr
Campus course CYBEAR prepares students for careers in cyber security
The Daily Californian / Posted 27 days ago
study that can lead to privacy and security careers,” said Carolyn Winter, a program manager in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, in an email. During the program, students learn basic computer science principles, methods and uses for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
British churches placed on terror alert after murder of French priest by Islamic Statelist" found on a 24-year-old Algerian jihadi who had planned attacks last year
British churches placed on terror alert after murder of French priest by Islamic State
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
list" found on a 24-year-old Algerian jihadi who had planned attacks last year in a Parisian suburb. Sid Ahmed Ghlam, a computer sciences student, was arrested by French police who are investigating whether he was directed to carry out attacks... Read more
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Reuters
LogMeIn to merge with Citrix's GoTo unit in all-stock dealHewlett-Packard Enterprise Co (HPE.N) announced one in May (CSC.N), with its ca
LogMeIn to merge with Citrix's GoTo unit in all-stock deal
Reuters / Posted 28 days ago
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Co (HPE.N) announced one in May (CSC.N), with its call center and services unit merged with Computer Sciences Corp (CSC.N) to create a $9 billion company. While Citrix has now found a home for its GoTo products, it... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Isil priest killer was tagged and on terror watch listlist” found on a 24-year-old Algerian jihadi who had planned attacks last year
Isil priest killer was tagged and on terror watch list
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
list” found on a 24-year-old Algerian jihadi who had planned attacks last year in a Parisian suburb. Sid Ahmed Ghlam, a computer sciences student, was arrested by French police who are investigating whether he was directed to carry out attacks... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Proposed curriculum change is code for successhas taken a few other important steps toward increasing the number of students
Proposed curriculum change is code for success
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 28 days ago
has taken a few other important steps toward increasing the number of students that are interested and skilled in computer sciences, including allowing computer science to count toward core education requirements (one of 29 states to do... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Finch robot teaches computer programming to Pasco County studentsthat have resources, whether it's intangible or tangible services to help the s
Finch robot teaches computer programming to Pasco County students
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 29 days ago
that have resources, whether it's intangible or tangible services to help the school." Not only did these children learn computer sciences, but they learned about teamwork, brushed up on their reading, and took pride in what they could... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Clog's guide to learning the Cal Drinking Songyou’ve probably seen a million times? Try singing it. It’s fun. #gloriousvictor
Clog's guide to learning the Cal Drinking Song
The Daily Californian / Posted 29 days ago
you’ve probably seen a million times? Try singing it. It’s fun. #gloriousvictorious Like Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, or EECS, freshmen who predict a transition out of college into a “six-figure starting salary” — a phrase... Read more
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The Register
UK employers still reluctant to hire recent CompSci grads- admittedly a year of recession - the figure was around 18 per cent, according
UK employers still reluctant to hire recent CompSci grads
The Register / Posted 1 months ago
- admittedly a year of recession - the figure was around 18 per cent, according to a recent report, Shadbolt Review of Computer Sciences Degree Accreditation and Graduate Employability, by Nigel Shadbolt, Professorial Research Fellow in... Read more

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