The Computer Science Department at William & Mary is hosting its first Graduate Studies Symposium! The symposium will consist of faculty and graduate student panels, research talks, poster session, social events, and more! Learn everything you wanted to know about getting a CS PhD or MS degree at W&M!
- Cutting edge CS Research!
- Job Opportunities after a MS or PhD in CS
- Life as a Graduate student at W&M
- Learn about fully funded PhD and MS/PhD degrees!
- MS pathways for non-CS Majors
October 22, 2022
Breakfast and Check-in
Evgenia Smirni, CS Department Chair
Peggy Agouris, Provost
Christopher Carone, Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Overview of the CS Graduate Program
Denys Poshyvanyk, Director of Graduate Program, CS
CS Faculty Panel
Panelists: Oscar Chaparro (Moderator), Dmitry Evtyushkin, Denys Poshyvanyk, Jie Ren, Yifan Sun, Gang Zhou
CS Student Panel
Panelists: Heather Switzer (Moderator), Amit Seal Ami, Nathan Cooper, Aaron Harris, Sunil Manandhar, Anna Schmedding, Lishan Yang
CS Grad Students
We are offering partial travel grants to help students attend the symposium. If you would like to apply for a travel grant to attend, please register for the symposium, and indicate (on the registration form) your intent to apply for the travel grant, by the deadline below.
- 10th October 2022, 5PM EST: Deadline to request a student travel grant
The W&M CS Symposium will take place in Williamsburg, Virginia, in the Integrated Sciences Center (ISC) - 1127