The Department of Computer & Information Sciences is committed to attracting students to a very diverse learning environment and working with them to continue the success of the department. As a student at the department, you will join a vibrant community working with topics such as algorithms, foundations, logic and structures, information systems, machine learning, programming languages, security, hardware, semantics and software engineering.

New Assistant Professor

The Faculty of Math & Computing welcomes a new Assistant Professor: Jeff Strain. Brother Strain has worked with the Church Educational System since February 2001. He started at LDS Business College where he worked with Oracle and PeopleSoft and helped organize a helpdesk.

Geeks Rule! Competition

For more information and to sign up, visit GCB 117!

Asia Pacific Career Conference

*University Announcement*

"In past years, the University took a handful of students on CareerConnect trips to meet with employers, thanks to generous donations from Gene & Allyson Yamagata. This year, we’re doing something new! Next week, we will have INTERNATIONAL schools, governments, companies, & Church Self-Reliance Managers on our campus for the first-ever Asia Pacific Career Conference!

This week Wednesday through Saturday, March 7-10, we’ll have huge activities on campus with these reps from the Asia Pacific region, such as Career Fair with international and U.S. employers & grad schools; employer info sessions; panel discussions; and interviews!

Get full details & sign up now in the Guidebook app. Go to your app store, download “Guidebook,” search “Asia Pacific Career Conference,” and download the event guide.

● Wednesday features a “Lunch & Mingle” with Self-Reliance Managers in the CAF.

● Thursday kicks off with a Welcome & Special Announcement at the PCC IMAX theater, followed by Career Fair in the Aloha Center Ballroom & Mall, panel discussions across campus, and employer info sessions.

● Friday features the “We Are BYU-Hawaii” presentation in the IMAX theater, a Networking Lunch, interviews, more info sessions, and special IMAX films focusing on Laie, the Hukilau, and Students.

● Finally, Saturday concludes with a Hukilau at Hukilau Beach.

We hope to see you there!"

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