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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
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CSc Undergraduate Students <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 6 Oct 2009 11:30:28 -0400
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The Department of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina
at Charlotte (UNCC) is looking for talented students to pursue graduate
studies in computing.  The department boasts well-regarded researchers
in many areas of computing, including: artificial intelligence, computer
vision, data mining, game development, networking, robotics, and
visualization.  Through the Graduate School, we offer a variety of
graduate degree options, including M.S. and Ph.D. and graduate
certificate programs.  

We will host students from across the region to attend GRAD 2009 , a two
day program designed to introduce promising undergraduates and masterís
students to the possibilities of graduate school and the research
opportunities available within the Department of Computer Science at UNC
Charlotte.  We are interested in recruiting curious and talented
students with strong technical skills in Computer Science, Computational
Science, Engineering, Information Sciences, Information Technology,
Mathematics, or related disciplines to our graduate programs. 

What : Graduate Research and Academic Discovery (GRAD 2009) 

When : Friday, November 13 -- Saturday, November 14 

Where : University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Department of
Computer Science 

Details : Lodging for Thursday and Friday nights and all meals will be
provided.  Transportation to Charlotte is the responsibility of the


Students can find more information about this event and apply to attend
GRAD 2009 at . The deadline for student
applications for this event is October 30. If you or any of your
students have any further questions, please feel free to contact
Professor Richard Souvenir at [log in to unmask] . 


In addition to notifying talented students about GRAD 2009, please pass
along this information to your colleagues! 


Dr. William Ribarsky, Chair 

Department of Computer Science 


About UNCC 

UNC Charlotte is North Carolinaís urban research institution. With an
enrollment ranking it fourth among the 17 schools in the UNC system, it
is the largest public university in the greater Charlotte metropolitan
region. A doctoral institution, UNC Charlotte serves the region through
applied research, knowledge transfer and engaged community service. For
fall 2009, approximately 24,700 students, including 5,300 graduate
students, were enrolled in one of the Universityís comprehensive
doctoral, masterís or bachelorís programs.