$1.6M Grant For HS Coding Program

Hofstra has been awarded a $1.6 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to launch an interdisciplinary program that will introduce hands-on coding and computer modeling to an economically and ethnically diverse group of early high school students.

Category - Computer Science

Students Place in Tech Challenge

A team of five computer science and engineering students won second place in a regional collegiate competition to develop innovative ways to improve data...

Bright Ideas

A trio of international students who are teammates on the soccer field won first place in the 2017 Hofstra-Digital Remedy Venture Challenge and...

Startup Success

The Pride heads to Albany, as four of the seven teams representing Long Island in the 2017 New York State Business Plan Competition will be from...

Entrepreneurial Spirit Soars

Ten student start-ups will compete in the April finals of the 2016-7 Hofstra-Digital Remedy Venture Challenge Series,  an entrepreneurship...

All-Night App-titude

Twenty one computer science students pulled an all-nighter in Calkins Lab at the Annual Spring Hack-a-Thon. The Hack-a-Thon, hosted by Student...

Google It!

Computer Science Student Gets Residency at Internet Giant Computer science major Christopher Davie ’17, knows where he’s headed after graduation: to...

Cyberwar Career Prep

Computer science students recently competed in a high-tech version of the classic playground game Capture the Flag – an exercise designed to help...

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