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AI CLIMATE researching gather around map for conversation

AI for a Changing World

CS&E researchers are applying AI techniques to combat climate change, improve medical outcomes, and help humans better understand and utilize technology.

Jacquelyn Burt headshot

Burt Earns John Tate Award

The Tate Awards serve to recognize and reward high-quality academic advising, calling attention to the contribution academic advising makes to helping students formulate and achieve intellectual, career, and personal goals. 

Lind Hall Diversity Wall

Lind Hall Diversity Wall

The third floor of Lind Hall now features the Diversity Wall, which highlights the computer science contributions of marginalized groups throughout history.

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AI-CLIMATE Study Published in Nature Communications

Scholars from the National Artificial Intelligence Institute for Climate-Land Interactions, Mitigation, Adaptation, Tradeoffs and Economy (AI-CLIMATE) published a study demonstrating how knowledge-
Chad Myers poses in Keller Hall

Chad Myers Earns Award for Outstanding Contributions to Graduate and Professional Education

Myers is the co-Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) for the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BICB) program and has mentored over 20 Ph.D. students.
Jinglin Li posing outside

CSpotlight: Learning to Become a Stronger Software Engineer

Jinglin Li talks about her experience of learning about being a software engineer in a career setting.


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The Department of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Minnesota has come a long way in the past 50 years. We have made tremendous progress and have become one of the most vibrant and interdisciplinary departments within the College of Science and Engineering, the University of Minnesota, and the computer science field at large.

Watch and listen to stories of how the department started, the years of growth, and where we are headed in the future.