Computer Science encompasses both the theoretical and the practical aspects of the study of computers and algorithmic processes. Students majoring in computer science at Oberlin are prepared both for further graduate studies in the discipline and also for careers in the industries and businesses that actively recruit computer scientists with a liberal arts background. Computer Science at Oberlin is taught within the context of a liberal arts degree, with emphasis on the lasting principles of the discipline rather than on specific training in particular tools and techniques. The CS Department stresses the fundamentals of computer science while maintaining a highly current and relevant curriculum utilizing state-of-the-art methodologies and tools. More detailed information about the Computer Science major and minor and a complete list of courses can be found in the course catalog.
April 2nd, 2015
March 31st, 2015
The Department of Computer Science at Oberlin College invites applications for a full-time, non-continuing faculty position starting in the Fall of 2015. The area of specialization within Computer Science is open. For additional information see the full posting on AcademicJobsOnline.org or http://new.oberlin.edu/home/jobs/
Applicants must apply online at Academic Jobs Online
May 1st, 2015
Tuesday, May 12, 4:30 Rice/King courtyard. Rain site King bldg 2nd floor common area
April 5th, 2015
April 4th, 2015
Are you considering going to graduate school to continue studying computer science? Thinking you’d like to know more about the process and get some info from others about it? Then come to our Q&A session on Tuesday, April 7 at 12:15pm for a PIZZA LUNCH and more info.
Topics to be covered include:
- What CS grad school is like — the first two years and beyond
- What is CS research like?
- Is grad school right for me?
- Masters or PhD?
- How do you apply?
- How to choose schools/advisors?
- Getting good letters of recommendation
- Things you can do now to improve your chances of being accepted
- and any other questions you might have
RSVP required! Sign up in the CS office (King 223) by Monday to attend.
March 9th, 2015
The CS Department will be hosting a talk for majors with Bryan Alexander (http://bryanalexander.org/) this Friday, March 13 on “The future of Gaming and Mobile Technologies, and the Effect on CS Education”
March 2nd, 2015
February 25th, 2015
The CSMC is organizing a CS Community Art Show. For more information, see the attached flyer or visit bit.do/csart15
February 24th, 2015
Last weekend 6 students (Christine Antonsen, Elizabeth Bentivegna, Ilona Brand, Nora Hayes, Sam Mater, and Amanda Strominger) as well as professor Cynthia Taylor attended the 2015 Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing in Sandusky, OH.
Christine Antonsen’s poster on “Dynamic Selfish Routing” was a winner for the poster session. Sam Mater’s poster on “The Use and Misuse of Disposable Email” received an honorable mention. Congratulations to them all!
February 22nd, 2015
Last week during the ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing, recent alumna Krista LaFentres ’14 presented a poster on her work with Professor Cynthia Taylor on The Use and Misuse of Disposable Email.