Feature Stories

When the dot-com bubble burst in the early 2000s, enrollment in computer science programs decreased due to the perception that graduates wouldn’t be able to find employment in the states. In reality, however, demand for highly skilled technology designers and software engineers never really went away. Find out what employers are saying ►

Computer scientists in the field of artificial intelligence have made an advance that blends computer vision, machine learning and automated planning, and created a new system that may improve everything from factory efficiency to airport operation or nursing care. And it’s based on watching the Beavers play football.

Computer science alum Alex Polvi's career trajectory has been nothing short of stratospheric. He and his co-founders formed and sold their software company in just two years.

Throughout high school, Andrew Atkinson had quite diverse interests. Music. Acting. Engineering. Sports. When it came time to think about college, he applied to a wide range of schools that were known for engineering. Or theatre. Or music.

ECE student Timmy Perston finds time in his busy schedule to be a collegiate and professional ultimate (Frisbee) player and volunteer for OSU Athletics.