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Since the beginnings of OMS CS, +Harvard Kennedy School's +Joshua Goodman has analyzed its impact on access to #STEM education. Professor Goodman recently presented his findings at Stanford with proof about how #GTOMSCS is changing higher education for the better.
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#GTOMSCS makes history today with its first-ever class of graduates. The 20 students will proudly join the ranks of countless Yellow Jackets who've come before them. Congratulations! #IGotOut  
Jacob Fugal (pictured left) knew an opportunity when he saw one. A software engineer by trade, Fugal knew an advanced degree in computer science would help propel his career. Trouble was, that same career made it challenging to carve out time for graduate study. Then he heard that Georgia Tech, ...
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A new privacy mode developed at Georgia Tech stops all known leaks in popular Internet browsers. #cybersecurity   #amazingresearch
UCOGNITO imagines private browser sessions that throw out all the data written to disk when the surfing is done.
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Sometimes you'd like to go online, where nobody knows your name. Good luck with that anymore. New Georgia Tech cybersecurity and social computing research highlights how maintaining personal privacy online is less possible than ever before. -- http://bit.ly/1MmaTBY
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+Georgia Tech and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will lead a new, national initiative leveraging #bigdata  from industry and government for large-scale scientific research and regional problem solving. We're excited and ready to partner with another top public institution in addressing numerous challenges facing Southern states for the very first time. 
Georgia Tech to Co-Direct NSF's South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub. Srinivas Aluru, Georgia Tech's lead principal investigator and professor at the School of Computational Science & Engineering. Big data is a rapidly emerging discipline often hailed as the lynchpin for increasing economic ...
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In honor of the 2015 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, we salute the accomplishments of +Georgia Tech's women in computing. #SheIsGTComputing
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#GTOMSCS has a brand new, redesigned website. Take a look and enjoy!
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Regents' Professor Karsten Schwan has been recognized posthumously as an IEEE Fellow, an extraordinary distinction for outstanding computer scientists. Fittingly, Schwan's countless accomplishments actually exceeded the nomination form's word limits. 
Regents' Professor Karsten Schwan (CS), who passed away in September, has been elected a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The achievement of Fellow is conferred upon those with an outstanding record of accomplishment in any field of interest represented by ...
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Professor Ashok Goel, the College's Watson whisperer, and his students trained IBM's famous AI to chat. Pushing the boundaries of #AI could advance how computers help humans creatively solve problems in a wide variety of professions.
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Supercomputing '15 begins next week in Austin and we'll have a super contingent there representing us. #SC15  
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Goodbye color blindness, hello future. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution highlighted a few of the exciting predictions #SunbirdGT  speakers made about the future of computing. Do you think any of those predictions will come true? What did they miss?  -- http://bit.ly/1MeWbMQ
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+Ana Huamán chased her dreams of becoming a roboticist all the way from Peru to Georgia Tech. She's now developing critical tools for the next generation of assistive robots. ‪#‎StudentSpotlight‬ -- http://b.gatech.edu/1M2fsVa
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Georgia Tech's College of Computing is defining the new face of computing.

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech is a national leader in the creation of real-world computing breakthroughs that drive social and scientific progress. With its graduate program ranked 9th nationally by U.S. News and World Report, the College’s unconventional approach to education is defining the new face of computing by expanding the horizons of traditional computer science students through interdisciplinary collaboration and a focus on human centered solutions.

For more information about the Georgia Tech College of Computing, its academic divisions and research centers, please visit http://www.cc.gatech.edu.