Big changes are on the horizon for the Department of Computer Science. With a move into the Cashion Academic Center and the launch of the Ph.D. in Computer Science program, the longest-standing ECS program is growing, both in offerings and in influence. Read More
Computing for Compassion (C4C) serves compassion-based ministries through the appropriate application of computing solutions. Such solutions seek to magnify the capabilities of such ministries by solving their most frustrating problems. C4C provides students with an opportunity to apply their technical skills to such mission work, gaining real-world experience along the way. Read More
Jonathan Drake is a Computer Science graduate (B.A. 2011, M.S. 2013). He is currently working as a Software Engineer for Google in Mountain View, California. Read More
Dr. Jeff Donahoo is a professor in the Department of Computer Science. He currently serves as the faculty co-advisor for the student organization Computing for Compassion and acts as the Deputy Executive Director for the Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). Dr. Donahoo has been a faculty member at Baylor since 1998. Read more about his role with ICPC and his advice for new Computer Science Ph.D. candidates in this edition’s Faculty Q & A.