The first degree in Computer Science in the University was awarded in 1971 and the School of Computer Science moved into the purpose-built Jack Cole and the refurbished John Honey building in 2004. Today these house our offices, social spaces and research and teaching labs, which are continually being refurbished and updated to reflect changing student needs. All of our students share a ‘social lab’, a ‘quiet lab’, and a teaching lab, while the ‘interaction lab’ is home to two research groups and their equipment.
Our School and Alumni were featured in this recent Chronicle 2016 article on Computer Science (PDF).
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