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Report of the University of Washington
 

Summary: Report of the
University of Washington
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
May 2000
Thomas L. Daniel, Department of Zoology (Committee Chair)
Jeanne Ferrante, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of
California, San Diego
Charles W. L. Hill, Department of Business Management and Organization
Deirdre R. Meldrum, Department of Electrical Engineering
William A. Wulf, Department of Computer Science, University of Virginia and
President, National Academy of Engineering
Executive Summary
The University of Washington should take immense pride in this department and its
leadership. They have, over the past ten years, risen to become one of the most highly
regarded computer science programs in the country, competing for students and faculty in
the top 5 to 7 departments nationally. They have developed a "can-do" culture in the
department that has led to outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs and a model
professional masters program all of these are consistently producing some of the top
students in the country. They have been responsive to change and the demands placed on
them by the University and the region.

  

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

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences