The Queen's School of Computing is 40 years young. Founded in 1969 as the Department of Computing and Information Science, today the School is a leader in its field, thanks to its strong commitment to excellence in education, research and service.
This is an invitation to visit us this year as we celebrate our 40th anniversary. We would be delighted to welcome you and show you around. You will find a School that offers a stimulating environment and a wonderful atmosphere in which to work, learn, and discover.
Undergraduates and Graduates of the School of Computing receive their degrees
Computer Scientist Bill Buxton is awarded a Queen's Honorary Doctorate
40th Anniversary Dinner with after dinner speaker Honorary Degree Recipient Bill Buxton (Tickets on sale now)
I look forward to seeing you in Kingston.
Selim G. Akl