Professor Andrea Lincoln has a unique opportunity that is open to all undergraduate students with an interest in building websites or writing python code, regardless of your current skill level. Professor Lincoln is conducting a 9-hour seminar designed to serve as a pilot for a new coding class aimed at leveraging GPT-4’s capabilities. During this […]
The Coding School is offering a free two-semester course in Quantum Computing for students in high school and beyond. The applications are accepted until all the spots are filled, or until Oct 5, 2023. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to be considered. About Introduction to Quantum Computing The Coding School’s two-semester Intro […]
Break Through Tech AI is a new, free extracurricular whose goal is to prepare women and non-binary undergraduates for careers in the AI/ML field. The program is hosted at MIT. More information can be found on the 2024-25 Program Flyer. Students interested in the program are encouraged to reach out to Program Coordinator Malorie Bournazian.
BU Computer Science Department is looking to hire two Communications Assistants for this Fall semester, with the possibility of continuing into future semesters. As Communications Assistant you will work with the CS Communications Manager on a diverse array of projects, including website maintenance, drafting newsletters and posters, creating content and campaigns for social media, writing […]
Peter B. Golbus and Sabrina Neuman launch research program aimed at increasing the number of CS PhD candidates from underrepresented groups
BU Computer Science is proud to be one of five inaugural institutional partners selected by the Computing Research Association to participate in the new UR2PhD National Virtual Computing Research Mentor Program. Peter Golbus and Sabrina Neuman are co-directing program at BU. The goals of the program are to “increase the number of undergraduate research opportunities […]