- September 14, 2023
George Mason University computer science researchers are making exercise virtually fun.
- Your Path to Tech event introduces new students to computer science, information sciences and technologyAugust 28, 2023
New students heard from accomplished speakers, practiced skills in workshops, and connected with both academic advisors and peer mentors at the Your Path to Tech event on August 18. Event organizers aimed to welcome women interested in tech and set them up for success in coming years.
- August 23, 2023
Weiwen Jiang in George Mason University's College of Engineering and Computing has two new NSF grants to tackle challenges in quantum computing.
- June 22, 2023
The Mason Nation’s strength was undeniable at several hackathons in spring 2023. Computer science, cybersecurity engineering, information technology, and mechanical engineering students won challenges on March 25 at the University of Virginia, on April 7-9 at the University of Maryland, and on April 29-30 at Drexel University.
- June 2, 2023
Foteini Baldimtsi, an assistant professor in Mason’s Department of Computer Science, and James Casey, an associate professor in Mason’s Computer Game Design program, help us understand what the metaverse is, or will be, and how the volatile world of cryptocurrency fits in.
- May 9, 2023
Local student Rosy Sultana overcame challenges to succeed in George Mason University's Honors College. She graduates this May with a degree in Computer Science from the College of Engineering and Computing.
- April 12, 2023
George Mason University’s most popular student is also a nontraditional one: U.S. Congressman Don Beyer.
- March 14, 2023
At a Computing Career Reception, juniors and seniors in CS and IST networked with tech industry representatives from companies such as Appian, Brillient, and Verisign.
- February 6, 2023
Missy Cummings, a George Mason University mechanical engineering professor, calls herself a “tech futurist,” whose job is to “make tech work. It’s not to stop tech, it’s to help it get better.”
- September 15, 2022
Ioanna Karantaidou, a PhD student in George Mason University’s College of Engineering and Computing’s Computer Science Department, has won a one-year fellowship from Protocol Labs, where she will work on their Fielcoin project, investigating innovations in cloud storage.