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Changing Lives With Mobile Technology

As technology continues to evolve, the field of computer science has constantly changed alongside it. One of JMU's newest CS Professors, Dr. Farzana Rahman works to develop health and wellness apps for smartphones.

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PHOTO: Dr. MayfieldJMU Pilots Computer Science Course for Page, Shenandoah High Schools

October 1, 2014

More than two-dozen students from high schools in Page and Shenandoah counties are getting a taste of college-level computer science this fall in a new program run by James Madison University.

PHOTO: Green CollegesCIT and VDOE Announce 2014 Winners of Apps4VA JMU Competition

June 2, 2014

More than 85 James Madison University students participated in the semester-long competition.

PHOTO: Bob Kolvoord & Sharon LovellJMU's Newest Deans Look to Shape Colleges’ Future

May 28, 2014

The College of Health and Behavioral Studies and the College of Integrated Science and Engineering named new deans this spring, but the individuals filling those positions don't need time to settle in.

PHOTO: Linzy CumbiaCS Freshman Develops WMRA App

May 6, 2014

When WMRA decided they wanted an iPhone app built for them, they made a bold decision about who they would hire to write this code. Instead of contracting a software company, WMRA hired talented JMU freshman Computer Science major, Linzy Cumbia, to develop their App.

PHOTO: Melissa Von WaldValedictorian Inspires Women in Tech

May 6, 2014

The College of Integrated Science and Engineering is pleased to announce computer science major Melissa Von Wald as JMU’s 2014 Valedictorian.


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The Computer Science department strives to be an intellectual community that continually explores the broad field of computing, applies this knowledge to solve problems in a variety of domains, and engages with the profession and society at large. More >