Encyclopedia of UNCG History

An online resource for exploring the history of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The Department of Computer Science was created in 2006 when the Department of Mathematical Sciences was split into two units: the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Department of Computer Science. Within the Department of Mathematical Sciences, however, a B.S. program in computer science was offered since 1991, and an M.S. degree program was offered since 1998. […]

Computing on campus began in Fall 1967 with the creation of the Administrative Computer Center. Due to an increased workload and growing demands on the facility, the Administrative Computer Center was reorganized in 1973 and split into two units — the Academic Computer Center and the Administrative Computer Center. Campus administrators continued to use the […]

Computing on campus began with the Administrative Computer Center, which was established in the fall of 1967. The center was located in the Petty Science Building and placed under the direction of Dr. Roscoe Allen. It was formed to serve the administrative staff as well as the academic and research needs of its faculty and […]