The College of Engineering and Computing fosters innovation by preparing engineers
and computer professionals to develop new technologies that will improve our lives
and the world.
CEC Student Services During Campus Closure
Engineering and Computing students, although we are not in the office, we are here
to help you during this challenging time.
If you have questions or concerns about CEC classes,
contact your instructor.
If you have questions or concerns about CEC advising,
contact your advisor.
If you don’t know who to contact, contact us at
StudentServices@cec.sc.edu. We will reply during office hours, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Please include
your name and USC ID in the subject line of the email so that we can best serve your
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Recent CEC News:
A message from Dean Haj-Hariri
This past week validated our college's critical role in maintaining the well-being of the world around us. And, I can confidently say that the individuals who make up our college are united in solving whatever challenge this world may have for us.
Crichigno receives grant for research on cybersecurity techniques
The College of Engineering and Computing Integrated Information Technology (IIT) Department has received a $500,000 research grant from the National Science Foundation for the development of new techniques against cyber attacks. The project team is led by Jorge Crichigno and Ph.D. students working on the college's Cyberinfrastructure Lab.
Crichigno and Brookshire developing curriculum to improve technology education
Jorge Crichigno (Principal Investigator) and Robert Brookshire (Co-Principal Investigator) of the College of Engineering and Computing have been awarded a $300,000 grant designed to enhance education and training for careers in information technology.
More news from the CEC
The Bridge to Doctorate program at UofSC is committed to diversifying the STEM workforce
through the recruitment and development of highly competitive students from groups
historically underrepresented in STEM disciplines: African-Americans, Alaska Natives,
American Indians, Hispanic Americans, Native Hawaiians and Native Pacific Islanders.
Learn more and apply
New Student Checklist is a valuable resource that will give you information you need to know before arriving
A permanent endowment will support innovative teaching and research in the fields
of material architecture and integrated intelligent manufacture systems.
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