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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Prepared by
 

Summary: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Prepared by:
Stefan Berg, sgberg@cs.washington.edu, CS&E GPSS Senator
Zack Ives, zives@cs.washington.edu, CS&E Graduate Student Coordinator
Veta Schlimgen, gpssasst@u.washington.edu, Assistant to GPSS President
Daniel Wood, daniel@cs.washington.edu, CS&E GPSS Senator
To solicit feedback from graduate students in the Department of Computer Science and
Engineering (CS&E), GPSS sent out an e-mail questionnaire and participated in a meeting of
graduate students (held on April 5
th
). Twenty-one students responded to the questionnaire and
eight attended the meeting.
Degree requirements
Students responding to questions about the degree requirements noted that they feel they
are comprehensive and adequate in expectation. Additionally, they said qualifying exams tested
both ability and knowledge gained through coursework and research.
Funding
CS&E is able to offer most full-time graduate students several years of funding.
Respondents to the questionnaire were happy with the fellowship, research, and teaching awards
made available and with the process the department uses to allocate these funds. In one case a

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences