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Collaboration and Partnership Development in Cybersecurity

Meeting on Cybersecurity took place at the University of Texas at San Antonio

2022/05/23 by Enkhsaruul Seixas Brito

At the invitation of the University of Texas at San Antonio`s (UTSA) Computer Science Department (College of Sciences), experts from UTSA and TU Darmstadt met on May 20 to discuss ongoing collaborative activities in the field of cybersecurity and to explore additional shared research areas of cooperation.

HIRING - Open-rank Lecturer, Professor of Practice or Professor of Instruction for Fall 2022 in all areas of Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) https://cs.utsa.edu/ invites applications for at least 7 open-rank Lecturer, Professor of Practice or Professor of Instruction for Fall 2022 in all areas of Computer Science. 

Successful candidates are expected to start teaching in late August 2022, for Fall semester. 

National Science Foundation Scholarship for Service grant

The Computer Science and Information Systems & Cyber Security Departments at The University of Texas at San Antonio have been awarded a National Science Foundation Scholarship for Service grant to educate graduate and undergraduate students in the areas of computer and cyber security.  The grant provides funds for a limited number of students to obtain 1, 2, or 3-year scholarships.  The majority of the scholarships will be awarded to individuals within 2 years of graduation.

Rowdy Hacks 2022: A free, weekend-long, overnight hackathon scheduled for March 26-27.

As the largest student-led hack-a-thon in southwest Texas, RowdyHacks brings together students from different majors, backgrounds and technical skill levels, building a community at UTSA where hackers can collaborate and support one another. A hack-a-thon is a coding competition where students form teams and use data science technology and tools to create products in artificial intelligence, cyber security, cloud computing, and gaming.

IMS Project Connect - 2022 International Microwave Symposium (IMS)

IMS Project Connect is soliciting applications from eligible undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the 2022 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) this June, as part of the 9th cohort of Project Connect students. Over 130 students from 40 universities have participated in Project Connect since 2014, with proven success in broadening participation in the microwave field.

UTSA attains prestigious Carnegie R1 Classification, elevating San Antonio as a destination for innovation

DECEMBER 16, 2021 — The University of Texas at San Antonio today announced that it has achieved the R1 Classification (“very high research activity”), sometimes referred to as Tier One or Top Tier, from the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. This elite designation validates the breadth and strength of UTSA’s knowledge enterprise and aligns the university with the nation’s top public and private research institutions.

Computer Science faculty complete intensive program to enrich courses

Dr. Mauricio Gomez, Dr. Anandi Dutta and Dr. Bernard Ku were recognized as ACUE fellows by UTSA for having completed an intensive program to enrich courses and expand on research-based teaching techniques. Through evidence-based teaching practices, the faculty learned methods to help students succeed and increase student retention. The faculty spent 36 weeks focused on training modules for Effective Teaching Practices. The next course begins on October 11th and Dr.

Retired UTSA professors’ gift to advance UTSA computer science program

Retrieved from UTSA Today 

Two retired UTSA faculty members, a married couple, are supporting the university through a unique gift to help future generations of computer scientists. Kay and Steve Robbins, professors emeriti from the UTSA College of Sciences Department of Computer Science, have established the Kay and Steve Robbins Faculty Teaching Fellowship Award in Computer Science.