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Summer Camps 2018 v3

The School of Computing is pleased to offer a series of Summer Camp Programs for middle and high school students

 Dr. Roy Interview about information security v2

Dr. Roy Swapnoneel of the School of Computing is interviewed about information security

 The School of Computing's Dr. Reddivari and student researcher Jason Smith create potential life saving tool using Virtual Reality. They were interviewed by the following local news entities.

 Dr. Ahuja Collaborates on Cloud Computing. Read more about this exciting technology by clicking below.

 The School of Computing is pleased to offer a series of Camp Programs for Summer 2017!



 2017 Guest Lecturer

March 29 (Wed) 6-7:15pm, @bldg. 50 Room 1202

Pizza and drinks provided

Read More: Drones are Software Flyer




 2016 Clearsense and UNF School of Computing contest
Win cash prizes!
Data Mining/Machine Learning Contest 
Read more at: Code_A_Thon Flyer with details 



 UNF Student helps win 2016 Innovation Week Hackathon
 Congratulations to Adrian Santos and his team.
Adrian teamed up with Michelle Burris, Max Burns, won first place after developing the "Whats App Jax" in a one day challenge.
Read more at:
 UNF Student helps win first place



  UPE Logo
 UPE Awards Students
 Congratulations to UNF School of Computing students Mahesh Kotapalli and Nadiia Semenchuk!
Each was awarded a Special Recognition Scholarship from Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the international honor society for the computing and information disciplines.
Read more at:
 UNF Works to fill the tech needs of Jacksonville

 School of Computing prospects for success
 UNF Tech Students some of the best
UNF Regency Practicum Pays off
 UNF Student Awarded International Honor Society Scholarships 

 PokeMon Splash Page
 PokeMon Tournament
 Click the image to visit our Facebook page and view photos of the event
UNF's School of Computing hosted a Pokémon GO Tournament! The event was well received as evidenced in the links reported below.

 22016 Summer Programming Event
Programming a Raspberry Pi using Python 
Get your own Raspberry Pi 3 Kit when you register
Spring 2016 Symposium
 Spring 2016 School of Computing Symposium
The UNF School of Computing Symposium

Join us for the UNF School of Computing Symposium to be held on Friday, April 22, 2016, from 3 to 6 PM at the UNF Adam W. Herbert University Center. 


The symposium is free but RSVPs are required. Register now by clicking here.


Symposium Flyer

iMobile3 Ribbon Cutting
President Delany (UNF), Mr. Leonard (iMobile3) and Mr. Gentry (iMobile3) cut the ribbon
The iMobile3 Lab is dedicated  
iMobile3, a Jacksonville based business led by Mr. Bob Leonard, generously donated $50,000 in new Apple iMacs and iPad Air to the School of Computing. The new equipment will be used to improve the School’s Mobile Computing Lab. This lab will provide the industry with capable new graduates to help supply the needed innovation, expertise, and training to grow Jacksonville's Information Technology sector. Thank you iMobile3
 iMobile3 Ribbon Cutting...  

Mr. Wozniak strikes a pose with some of CCEC's fantastic students
Steve Wozniak (the Woz) meets with CCEC students  
Steve Wozniak of Apple fame gave a lecture as part of the UNF Presidential Lecture Series. Mr. Wozniak met with Computing and Engineering students in a reception. Ever the gracious guest, Mr. Wozniak spent time sharing his experiences, encouragement, and autographs with the students during the reception. Thank you Woz; it was a wonderful experience.
Steve Wozniak Lectures @ UNF