5 November 2019 Annika Schmidt [email protected] Terry Boult, El Pomar endowed chair of innovation and security and professor of computer science at UCCS, lead two research projects between 2007 and
26 February 2019 Joy Webb [email protected] Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all fun and games until Siri is smarter than your average human being. We live in a world where technology
Dec. 7, 2015 Rachel Librach [email protected] Office 365 Going on its third year since making the Google to Microsoft Office 365 transition, UCCS IT and some students are still satisfied
Nov. 23-Dec. 6, 2015 Kyle Guthrie [email protected] On Nov. 4, the Information Technology office sent out an email to all UCCS email recipients detailing a wave of laptop thefts that
Nov. 9, 2015 Kyle Guthrie [email protected] A recent email telling UCCS students that their login information will reset unless they enter it in the next two hours has been hitting
Nov. 9, 2015 Eleanor Sturt [email protected] Due to the use of smartphones, being polite is a thing of the past.
Nov. 9, 2015 Kyle Guthrie [email protected] In a technology-dominated world, a typical question on a college campus is whether laptops or notebooks are better for taking notes.
Sept. 14, 2015 Rachel Librach [email protected] While physical construction crowds UCCS, technology advancements have been underway to add to the school’s growth. In the spring semester, UCCS was given several
Sept. 7, 2015 DeKeveion Glaspie [email protected] With every semester comes change to UCCS. Over the summer, one of those changes involved how students access the library’s databases off campus.
April 27, 2015 Audrey Jensen [email protected] I am convinced that human civilization will end up like “Wall-E.” We will have screens in our face 24/7 and float in hover chairs