Computing and Mathematics
Recently created in 2021, the new Department of Computing and Mathematics houses exciting, relevant, and cutting-edge academic programs and research connecting students to the latest in technology. We are future focused, approachable, diverse, and are dedicated to preparing the next generation of mathematicians, statisticians, computing professionals, and technology entrepreneurs for successful careers.
Three University of West Georgia students are reaching new heights with a professional learning experience to create a three-dimensional model of a helicopter that recently landed on UWG’s Carrollton campus.Mar 10
As part of its commitment to providing competitive career-building opportunities, the University of West Georgia is expanding its offerings in the area of computing, a high-demand career in Georgia and beyond.Jan 4
Do you or someone you know like to create or design stuff? How about using technology to build a better community? Join the University of West Georgia for Hackathon 2022 – themed “Coding for a Better Community” – scheduled for April 8-9. The early registration deadline is March 25.Dec 1
A group of University of West Georgia Computer Science students recently had the opportunity to talk with UWG CS and Mathematics alum and technology entrepreneur Rusty West ‘88. The event was organized by the UWG student chapters of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and ACM-W (Women in Computing).Nov 15
Students and Mathematics faculty recently got together for the first meeting of the UWG Math Club after a several year hiatus. The group discussed re-establishing the Math Club as a student group that is open to ALL students interested in math (not just majors!) and future events for Spring 2022 semester. The meeting also included a seminar presentation by Dr. David Leach entitled “McNuggets, Money, and Mathematics” that discussed how to solve counting problems using polynomials and infinite series.Nov 12
Computer Science graduate Jeremiah Liscum explains how UWG gave him a second chance to pursue a professional career, offering a more “intimate experience” than larger universities. His professors helped him “make it to the next level,” as he was forced to juggle school and work when put on active military duty during COVID. He now plans to become a military officer in cybersecurity.Nov 11