Tag: Science

IS&T Learning @ Home: Cade Wolcott | College of Information Science & Technology

From the start of Cade Wolcott’s college career, the whole “Pomp and Circumstance” bit was a celebration he was looking forward to – just like the rest of his graduating class. Wolcott has a history at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). He started out at the College of Information Science and Technology (IS&T) five years ago as a high school intern, before he was even sure what he wanted to major in. After arriving at UNO, Wolcott dove into college life: he majored in computer science with a minor in IT innovation, joined student organizations, sat on Student

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June 2020 – New Names for Computer Science Courses

New Names for Computer Science Courses

Originally Published: 6/3/2020

Starting this Fall 2020 semester, LACC will be replacing the current Computer Science (CO SCI) courses with new course names and numbers to closely align them with the Computer Science (CS) and Computer Information Systems (CIS) disciplines. The new CS and CIS courses, however, will remain equivalent to the current CO SCI courses.

As a reference, below is a list of the CS and CIS courses along with the former CO SCI numbers. Please keep this list handy when registering and feel free to share it with other students.

Computer Science

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IS&T Recognizes IT Innovation at 7th Annual IT Innovation Cup | College of Information Science & Technology

Presented by First Data and Werner Enterprises, the IT Innovation Cup is an annual, seven-month long competition between Omaha area high schools which involves educational workshops, open house receptions and ongoing student competition which culminate with the IT Innovation Cup award.  

The final event is typically celebrated with an in-person event with community participation, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) transitioning to remote learning, the Cup’s organizers decided to move the final event to a virtual one 


Every one of our judges, especially the people who work in this field,

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