About Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) at WashU
professors with NSF Career Awards
The Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science established.
Pioneering computer science education
Awards one of the first doctorate degrees in Computer Science in the United States to Irving C. Tang.
Early Innovations in Computer Science Research Applications to Medicine
Computer Science separates from Applied Mathematics and the Department of Computer Science is founded as one of the first independent computer science departments in the world.
Jerome R. Cox, Jr. serves as the first Department Chair (1975-1991).
Leadership in the Development of High Performance Networks and their Applications
Contributions to the Theory and Practice of Distributed Computing
Jonathan Turner serves as Department Chair (1992-1997 and 2007-2008).
Gruia-Catalin Roman serves as Department Chair (1997-2007 and 2008-2011).
The department changes name to Computer Science and Engineering to reflect newly acquired responsibility for the computer engineering program, which prior to this date was offered through a joint venture with the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Master of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering degree is offered for the first time.
Jeremy Buhler serves as Department Chair (2011- 2013).
Roch Guerin serves as Department Chair (2013-present).
Department relocates to Jolley Hall.