Get to know the Faculty of Computer Science
Dalhousie's Faculty of Computer Science is incredibly diverse, interdisciplinary and innovative. Learn what their faculty, staff and students have been working on, some of their proudest moments, and how they keep calm and connected.
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Faculty of Computer Science Dean Andrew Rau-Chaplin answers our questions in this video interview.
Five things you didn't know about the Faculty of Computer Science
The Faculty of Computer Science joined Dalhousie in 1997 as a result of the merger between Dalhousie and the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS). Since becoming part of Dalhousie, the Faculty has continued to grow. Our programs and initiatives permeate across all disciplines within the university and industry.
But did you also know…
- The Goldberg Computer Science Building was named in recognition of a donation by Seymour Schulich and his wife, Tanna Goldberg-Schulich
- We’re committed to healthy workspaces with our very own Culture of Respect Committee
- We’re engaged with non-profits and social enterprise
- We’re plugged in
- Our Master of Electronic Commerce (MEC) program helps students accelerate a career in analytics or the web economy