Honors

Student Honors
Student Honors

The Computer Science & Engineering Department provides multiple opportunities for highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students to achieve excellence. Find more information below.

CSE Honors Program

The CSE Scholars and Leaders program provides a cohesive environment to serve CSCE students with scholarship and leadership potential. The program will provide selected students with opportunities to further enhance and develop critical thinking, problem solving, technical knowledge, leadership, teamwork, and communication skills, and will connect students with faculty research projects, and industry internships. 

Scholars and Leaders will benefit from a host of academic, leadership and professional development opportunities including:

  • Increased direct contact with faculty through mentoring, Teaching and Research Assistant positions
  • Consideration for department-level scholarships
  • Access to industry site visits and to advanced notification of internships and full-time job opportunities
  • Receive an invitation to become a member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon.
  • Specialized advising
  • Access to a CSE focused course on leadership and communication
  • Dedicated departmental study space
  • Monthly meetings with the Department Chair
  • Access to live-in specialized housing with additional networking benefits
  • Invitation to distinct seminars to build communication and networking skills
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Upsilon Pi Epsilon

The International Honor Society for the Computing and Information, Upsilon Pi Epsilon's mission is to promote the Computer Sciences and to encourage its contribution to the enhancement of knowledge.

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Scholars and Leaders Program

The CSE Scholars and Leaders program provides a cohesive environment to serve CSCE students with scholarship and leadership potential. The Program will provide selected students with opportunities to further enhance and develop critical thinking, problem solving, technical knowledge, leadership, teamwork, and communication skills, and will connect students with faculty research projects, and industry internships.

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