School of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering

  • Two Majors, Complementary Skills

    Elizabeth Xiong (2024), a double major in art history and computer science, shares how she gained different and complementary skills from each major.

    April 2024 Perspectives
  • National First-Generation College Celebration

    In the College of Arts & Sciences, we are proud to support the success of first-generation students, faculty, and staff, and celebrate their many contributions to our university community.

    10/05/2023 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • STEM and the Symphony

    Meghna Shankar, graduating with degrees in physics and computer science, found joy and balance by also performing in the UW Symphony Orchestra. 

    June 2023 Perspectives
  • At the Intersection of STEM and Feminism

    With a double major in computer science and gender, women & sexuality studies, Simona Liao is lifting women in STEM in the U.S. and China.

    September 2022 Perspectives
  • UW, Microsoft, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory establish new Northwest Quantum Nexus

    Learn about how this exciting new coalition aimed at bringing about a revolution in quantum research and technology.

    UW News
  • A sweeping legacy

    The College of Arts and Sciences mourns the loss of Paul G. Allen, a long-time friend of the UW, innovator and philanthropist. UW President Ana Mari Cauce called Mr. Allen a “man of extraordinary vision, leadership and generosity whose impact on our world is profound.” 

    10/16/2018 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • Playing Mind Games, for Science

    A question-and-answer game tests the potential for direct brain-to-brain connection.

    August 2016 Perspectives
  • How the Cheap, Creepy Robotic Hand from UW Will Change the Way We Work

    Applied Mathematics and CSE Professor Emo Todorov talks about the $1,000 breakthrough he helped create.
  • UW roboticists learn to teach robots from babies

    A collaboration between UW developmental psychologists and computer scientists aims to enable robots to learn in the same way that children naturally do.