UW-Madison Alumni Chandler Zuo makes a difference with establishment of the new Ce-an Zuo & Chao-ming Wang Scholarship
Mandujano Reyes is the first student to receive the newly-created award, which funds academic expenses that enable student success.
CDIS professors Michael Ferris and Corey Jackson are developing a vaccine fairness recommendation engine that is supporting equitable decision-making.
The Computer Sciences Department, part of CDIS, has seen a meteoric rise in the number of undergraduate major declarations over the past ten years.
UW now leads the Human Computer Interaction Consortium that includes the most influential names in HCI including Stanford, Cornell, Northwestern, Microsoft, Facebook and Google.
Creative Destruction Lab-WI Strengthens Efforts in Tech Entrepreneurship with Hire of Shabaka Gibson
The strategic hire of Gibson will extends UW-Madison’s position as a key player in entrepreneurship efforts
Ethics in Computer Science (CS638) was designed and launched to help students learn and explore the ethical risks of technology.
A new partnership with the Creative Destruction Lab positions UW-Madison to further spur innovation from high-potential, technology-driven startups.
CDL-Wisconsin Health & Wellness will support massively scalable, seed-stage startups focused on medical technology, digital health, healthcare delivery, and mental and physical wellness.
Computer Sciences CS and Statistics have reconfigured, updated and refurbished facilities to meet growing student, staff and faculty needs including community and lab spaces.
The UW-Madison Information School (iSchool) recently moved up in the U.S. News and World Report ranking and is now the 11th best program for Library and Information studies in the nation.
In Computer Sciences, over 40% of students have declared more than one major, while more than half of students in Data Science and Statistics respectively have added additional majors.
CS professors Andrea Arpaci-Dusseau, Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau, and Suman Banerjee have joined ten other UW-Madison CS faculty as 2020 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Fellows.
New CDIS faculty will accelerate research in important areas, extend our capacity to educate students and increase our contributions to the campus community, region and beyond.
A grant from the Center for Inclusive Computing supports initiatives to attract undergraduate women to a high-demand major and support them along the way.
UW-Madison Human-Computer Interaction researchers are developing solutions that enable computer-based technology to improve our daily lives.
UW Capstone class offers students hands-on experience working with companies on real-world software projects. Inaugural companies include Capital One, American Family Insurance, and Epic.
Three Minute Thesis is an international competition in which graduate students are given three minutes to present their thesis project to a general audience.
With a total of 425 students declaring the major in just eight months, Data Science has become the fastest growing major at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison students are using city data to analyze local issues, suggest policy recommendations and engage in projects beyond their coursework in this innovative class.
The new MA in Information is designed to equip students with the analytical and technical skills essential to becoming critical and well-versed technology professionals.
Wildfires damage cellphone towers and researchers offer site-specific solutions.