Academic programs are only as good as the faculty who teach them
At the Seidenberg School, our faculty includes some of the country's best researchers, scholars and scientists in the field of computing. Ninety-five percent of our full-time faculty holds a doctoral degree. We are regularly awarded U.S. government and private foundation grants.
We know the best exchange of knowledge occurs when student and teacher share common goals. One common goal of our faculty is to engage in intellectual discourse and rigorous research activities that recognize the importance of information technology in transforming other academic disciplines, including mathematics, engineering, the physical sciences, the cognitive sciences, art and business.
Our prominent researchers are not only leaders in computing, but are also mentors. We encourage students to contribute to research. Students work alongside professors in our research centers and laboratories. Graduate and undergraduate students coauthor academic papers with professors and deliver presentations at regional, national and international conferences such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Research, and the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics Conference.