• Brighenti sits at computer screen
    Computer science major Caio Rodrigues Faria Brighenti ’20, from São Paulo, Brazil, is conducting research on fake news, or intentionally misleading information.
    July 29, 2019
  • Colgate computer science students stand behind large letters spelling WE ARE
    Last month, the Student Government Association along with the Center for Leadership and Student Involvement, career services, and the computer science department banded together to send 10 Colgate students to the Grace Hopper Celebration in Houston, Texas.
    October 12, 2018
  • Students sit in front of a computer screen
    During the summer, Colgate students are applying their liberal arts know-how in a variety of real-world settings, and they are keeping our community posted on their progress. Computer science majors Priya Dhawka ’19, from Mahebourg, Mauritius, and Yesu Carter ’19, from Schenectady, N.Y., write about their campus-based computer science project. During a span of 10 weeks, we are […]
    July 9, 2018
  • Samantha Radocchia '11 at her company, Chronicled Inc.
    It started with sneakers and fine art. Samantha Radocchia ’11 and her colleagues had an idea: to develop a microchip for upscale products, from limited-edition Air Jordans to an original Matisse.
    February 23, 2017
  • Students in matching red Colgate Computer Science t-shirts at the conference
    Six members of the Colgate University computer science department recently traveled to Houston, TX, to participate in the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Students Lauren Henske ’20, Zoila Rodriguez ’18, Stephanie Tortora ’17, and Bria Vicenti ’17 and professors Aaron Gember-Jacobson and Madeline E. Smith were among nearly 15,000 attendees at the […]
    November 8, 2016
  • Ryan Diew speaks to a panel of entrepreneur experts.
    Editor’s note: Ryan Diew ’17 is already preparing for graduation next May. In a series of posts during the upcoming academic year, Diew will track his progress through the Center for Career Services’ Real World program — signature events and workshops that prepare seniors for life on the other side of the commencement stage. Real […]
    August 18, 2016
  • A new agreement between Colgate University and the Naitonal University of Singapore will create new off-campus study options in 2017.
    Students looking for a dynamic off-campus experience that also allows them to engage in scientific research will have more options in 2017, thanks to a new agreement between Colgate University and the National University of Singapore (NUS). After more than a year of exploration and development, representatives of Colgate and the NUS signed a memorandum […]
    June 24, 2016
  • Colgate Women in Computer Science students help teach coding to local elementary school students.
    Little fingers tapped away at computer keys after school at Hamilton Central School (HCS) on a recent sunny afternoon, but instead of manipulating blocks in Minecraft or posting to Facebook, they were busy writing computer code. The afternoon coding class for students in grades three through five is the creation of Colgate’s Women in Computer […]
    March 18, 2016
  • Michael Hay
    Mining massive amounts of personal data can provide crucial insights into important questions asked by scientists, sociologists, and public policy makers. But behind each data point, there’s a real human, demanding privacy. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Assistant Professor of Computer Science Michael Hay nearly $500,000 to participate in Project Brandeis, […]
    January 15, 2016
  • This is a map of the US with red dots representing hubs of the internet
    Even though the Internet is a critical tool for the U.S. economy, no one had ever mapped the cables that help the data flow. One problem is that the cables that power the Internet are owned by many different companies including AT&T and Level 3. Because the information is in many places, the system powering the […]
    October 22, 2015