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Online master's in information security for computing professionals

Purdue University’s Information Security master’s equips professionals to develop secure systems and applications, and to evaluate risk and mitigate cyberattacks.


Lin Tan, Mary J. Elmore New Frontiers Associate Professor of Data Science and Associate Professor of Computer Science

Tan receives Early Career Academic Achievement Alumni Award from UIUC

Professor Lin Tan was honored with an Early Career Academic Achievement Alumni Award from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The award recognizes noteworthy efforts and achievements in academia and service.


Alexandra “Sasha” Kipnis, a senior and computer science major in the machine intelligence track was named the 2021 Flora Roberts Award winner, an honor bestowed upon the outstanding senior woman at Purdue, overall.

Kipnis named the 2021 Flora Roberts Award Winner

Alexandra "Sasha" Kipnis, a senior and computer science major in the machine intelligence track was named the 2021 Flora Roberts Award winner, an honor bestowed upon the outstanding senior woman at Purdue, overall.


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Professors Tiark Rompf and Muhammad Shahbaz honored with named professorships

Professors Tiark Rompf and Muhammad Shahbaz were honored with the title, Kevin C. and Susanne L. Kahn New Frontiers Associate and Assistant Professor, respectively. The Kevin C. and Suzanne L. Kahn Professorships in Computer Science provide support for faculty who will continue teaching and developing strong fundamentals in future generations students in the Department of Computer Science. 


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