Recent News

Dr. Burge to speak at TedX Howard University
Mon, August, 29 2016

TEDx brings together bright minds to give idea-focused talks that range from a wide scope of subjects, which foster learning, inspiration and provoke impactful conversations.

UPE Induction
Mon, May, 9 2016

Congratulations to the new members of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE)

Reseach Day 2016
Mon, May, 9 2016

In the past, satellites were unaccessible and mostly used by governments and large corporations. Today, satellites are available for use by the general public and incorporated into our everyday lives. Satellites have many uses including monitoring weather, sending television signals, and sending signals to be read by navigation devices for directions.

CS Students go to Bloomberg DC
Mon, April, 11 2016

On Thursday April 7, 2016 8 CS Students had the opportunity to visit two of the Bloomberg DC Offices.

Howard U.’s Kathmandu connection: Nepal emerges as top source of foreign students
Mon, March, 21 2016

Howard University has long been known for the global feel of its campus in Northwest Washington. Its first Chinese students arrived in 1870, three years after the school’s founding. The historically black university also draws many young scholars from Africa and the Caribbean islands.

Meet 15 Black Tech Innovators Who Are Bringing Diversity to South by Southwest
Thu, March, 10 2016

Aaron Saunders is CEO of Clearly Innovative and founder of Luma Lab. Saunders started Luma Lab in Washington, D.C., to teach children from underrepresented groups how to code, design and program. Luma Lab recently won a $100,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase for its STEM education program.

Howard University CS Department featured in Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Thu, January, 21 2016

Why Doesn’t Silicon Valley Hire Black Coders?
Howard University fights to join the tech boom.
By Vauhini Vara | January 21, 2016

Legand L. Burge, III elected Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science
Thu, January, 21 2016

347 fellows from around the country are selected by their peers because of their efforts toward advancing science applications that are deemed scientifically or socially distinguished.

Computer Science Students Launch Startup to Offer Affordable Access To Campus Meals
Wed, January, 13 2016

Alston and Hannah Clark (brother and sister) are a true Bison Family. Both of their parents went to and met at Howard University, where Alston and Hannah are currently attending. Growing up homeschooled in St. Paul Minnesota and Maryland, the two tech entrepreneurs developed a passion for technology at an early age. They are now putting their brain power together, with the help of their friends, to bring an innovative solution to college campuses across the country.