School of Computer Science News

Welcome to the School of Computer Science news page where you will find the latest achievements, announcements and awards of our academics, postgraduates and undergraduates.

A brilliant first year for Women in Tech!

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This year, the Women in Tech society has truly flourished, running a variety of virtual events throughout both semesters. The committee reflect on their year and share exciting results from the EPS Societies' Awards!

Navigating the virtual year with UBVR

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What a brilliant first year for the Virtual Reality Society, including the creation of a virtual Old Joe and other VR workshops! The outgoing UBVR President Ramsha reflects on the year and looks toward the future.

Persevering for growth in a challenging academic year


Despite a challenging year, the Black, Ethnic and Minority Scientists Society have persevered to give their members a sense of community, with several virtual events this semester. Co-President Foday tells us more.

Closing up 2020-21 for AFNOM


AFNOM fill us in on their semester, including some fantastic hacking competition results! They've also continued to run virtual socials as well as a collaboration with CSS to run 'lightening talks'.

Spring 2021: A successful term for CSS!

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CSS have thrived this year, adapting their much-loved events to a virtual-world and even adding some new events to the calendar. Jacqui signs off for the year and hands over to Likkan, the new President for CSS.

Learn. Teach. Make games

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Ivan from GDS shares some fantastic new game developments from the society and an exciting win at the NSE Games Innovation Challenge. With speaker events, tutorials and Game Jams, GDS really have something for everyone.

Opening up means more picking up!

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Plastic-Free UoB are thrilled to run their litter picks again and have now partnered with Hindu Climate Action to join their National Litter Pick. Interested in contributing to their amazing work - why not get in touch?

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