GVSU School of Computing and Information Systems
Get with the Program #GVSUBRAINSTEM event with Atomic Object
School of CIS Upsilon Pi Epsilon 26th Invitation Ceremony.
Computer-related jobs that fetch more than $100,000 include data scientist and software architect.
About 50 middle school students from Kentwood Public Schools visit Grand Valley State University to learn about computers, coding and careers in computing an...

#GVSUCIS hosted a #STEM event today for
Crestwood Middle School @GVSU and the GVSU - Atomic Object TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE (Photo credit Amanda Pitts, Senior Photographer, GVSU University Communications.)

CyberLife: Secret or See-Through? The Intersection of Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Transparency. A point/counterpoint discussion to be held on Tuesday, March 20, 5:00-6:00pm at the Seidman Center Forum Grand Rapids.

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CDs going the way of the cassette? #TBT

Music CDs could become be a format as outdated as eight-tracks, as Best Buy announced they no longer will sell CDs. Target may soon follow their lead, unless they can renegotiate their arrangement with the industry.

Thursday, February 22, 1-5pm is the Winter Career Fair.

Please note the employer registration limit has been met. To be placed on the waiting list, call 616-331-6708.This high-profile event typically attracts over 1,700 students and alumni from all colleges and majors. Meet with candidates from eight area colleges and universities, including Grand Vall.....

DataFest 2018 is scheduled! See. Dr. Scripps if you have questions. Registration ends Friday, Feb. 16 if you are interested in participating. For more information:

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A mobile app, developed by two Grand Valley students and computing professor Jonathan Engelsma, used to help shed light on honeybee health in Michigan and beyond.

A Grand Valley group is taking a close look at honeybee health and organizing outreach activities to educate people about the species’ importance 🐝

Megan Damico loves honeybees for many sweet reasons. The biggest reason is because the tiny creatures — approximately three-fourths of an inch in size — have such a significant impact on the world.

A collaboration among the Padnos College of Engineering and Computing, Spectrum Health Innovations (SHI) and Kendall College of Art and Design received a three-year, $700,000 grant to support high-tech projects.

Several Grand Valley initiatives were recently awarded grants from the Grand Rapids SmartZone Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA) to support student, faculty and staff projects that focus on the development of medical devices.
The Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT) Foundation is pleased to announce its scholarship and laptop programs for the 2018-2019 academic year. MCWT and its Foundation is offering one high school senior, one GET IT club high school senior, one undergraduate-level and one graduate-level col...

Our CS Capstone teams will be presenting their final projects this week Wednesday, 4pm - 5:50pm in 2204 Kirkhof Center. Each of the 11 teams will give a short lightning talk on their project, which will be followed by a poster session.

Wed 4:00 PM ESTKC 2204
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This is the 1983 Apple prototype, the first iPhone #TBT

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Recent CIS Graduate Develops Web Apps at SteelcaseDecember 5, 2017 in Alumni Success Stories, Women in Computing Emily LeFevere graduated twice from GVSU! In 2008 Emily earned her BA in Spanish & Information Systems, and in 2015 completed her M.S. in Computer Information Systems. Immediately after g...

Four GVSU students, Ben Parsell (Information Systems), Nikhil Watsa (Physics), Joe VanderBroek (Electrical Engineering), and Allison Rogutich (Computer Engineering), traveled to Palo Alto, California over an extended weekend to participate in the University Innovation Fellows Silicon Valley Meetup…/

The first SMS message was delivered 25 years ago, and a lot has changed since then.