Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Welcome to the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Take a leap toward a rewarding career in information technology through one of our industry-leading programs. By attending Seidenberg, you will prepare for professional work, research, and lifelong participation in today’s dynamic information age.
Our program offers a student-oriented environment, with small classes and exceptional teaching brought to you by a faculty of distinguished professors and lecturers to ensure you master the latest technologies. You will meet industry experts from around the world, and discover exciting opportunities via internships spanning a wealth of industries and organizations.
Every now and then, students from the Seidenberg get to head off on an adventure across the globe. Recently, we had an update about a team of students traveling to Finland (read about it here)– today’s post is about one student’s recent trip to South Korea. Alexander Gazarov (right), a graduate student studying computer science, [...]
Within the past 2 months, Seidenberg has been all around the world. We’ve sent faculty members and even students to the far corners of the Earth to increase our global presence. So where have we been going and what are we doing there? And, more importantly, how can you get involved?Well, the first trip was [...]
Earlier this afternoon, Timothy Clancy of Arch Street LLC gave a presentation on Cyber Security at Pace. Cyber Security is one of Seidenberg’s 4 academic initiatives and an incredibly fruitful field for academics and careers. Clancy spoke of Cyber Security in terms of 5 paradigms under the umbrella of Critical Infrastructure Protection. These paradigms include [...]
In a world where millions of people are connected to the web through various technologies, it makes sense to take advantage in a meaningful way.Telehealth is a promising industry that connects patients with healthcare professionals via the web, reducing the strain on doctor’s offices and hospitals, helping to treat illnesses during their early stages, and [...]
21 September 2013: “RSA Warns Customers Off Suspected NSA-Tainted Crypto Tools” In the article linked to above, Seidenberg professor Darren Hayes speaks to the ECT News Network about complications between technologies and security protocols. The topic has been heavily circulated in the media and through academia since humanity’s pronounced dependance on technology and even more [...]