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The NDSU Computer Science Department was founded in 1988 (though computer science courses were offered as part of Mathematical Sciences since 1973). It occupies 7,460 square feet and has approximately 600 graduate and undergraduate student majors.

NDSU Computer Science Receives 15% of New 2017 National Science Foundation Awards to North Dakota

NDSU Computer Science Receives 15% of New 2017 National Science Foundation Awards to North Dakota

The level of federal awards received is a key metric for departmental research productivity. The National Science Foundation is a lead – if not the principle – federal funding agency for most sciences, besides medicine.  In 2017, the North Dakota…

Straub Receives Approval for Seminal Patent Covering 3D Printing Quality Assurance

Straub Receives Approval for Seminal Patent Covering 3D Printing Quality Assurance

​North Dakota State University Computer Science Asst. Professor Jeremy Straub has been notified that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a notice of allowance for a United States patent on a key additive manufacturing – commonly known…

Computer Science Students on Winning Streak

Computer Science Students on Winning Streak

​​​If you want to know how good a sports team is, you can check their stats.  Unfortunately, no similar mechanism typically exists for academic programs.  This year, though, Computer Science students at the North Dakota State University are generating some…

NDSU Software Engineering Program Ranked #4 Nationally

NDSU Software Engineering Program Ranked #4 Nationally

North Dakota State University’s Software Engineering master’s degree programs have been recognized as among the top in the nation by AffordableColleges.com, a popular college and university program ranking website. NDSU’s programs have been ranked as the fourth-best in the United States. The…

Betty Gronneberg Makes Inspirational Presentation to NDSU Students

Betty Gronneberg Makes Inspirational Presentation to NDSU Students

NDSU graduate Betty Gronneberg returned to the university to give students tips for success on Friday, September 22nd.  Gronneberg, who was born and raised in Ethiopia, earned a degree in Computer Science and Statistics at Addis Ababba University.  She also…

NDSU Computer Science Department Focused on 'Giving Back'

NDSU Computer Science Department Focused on 'Giving Back'

Contribution to society is a big theme in the Computer Science Department at the North Dakota State University. Leading the charge is Department Chairman Kendall E. Nygard who, in addition to sponsoring the Nygard Scholarship for Computer Science students, has recently…

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