Computer scientists & computer engineers at WashU are driving the frontier of computing forward and developing innovative ways to transform society.

What played into your decision to get a graduate engineering degree?

"A combination of research experience, teaching assistantships and summer projects with various faculty members at Beloit College motivated me to pursue a graduate engineering degree at WashU."

Saugat Pandey
Degree pursuing: PhD in computer science
Hometown: New Delhi, India

James M. McKelvey, Sr. Hall

McKelvey Hall serves as a hub for computational and data education as well as interdisciplinary collaboration on campus, inviting students and faculty throughout the university to partner on research and entrepreneurial endeavor.

With state-of-the-art computer labs and access to the latest computational tools and software solutions, McKelvey Hall is a testament to the university’s commitment to ensure computing is at the core of our education.


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