CSE Department improvements

Golf Cart/SMVThe Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University has added some exciting improvements to the department.  There is a new back porch space behind the Harvey R. “Bum” Bright building, student collaboration spaces throughout H.R.B.B., Peer Teacher Central is being remodeled, the department now has a golf cart that will be used to escort prospective students and parents, donors, speakers, and visitors in general around campus and there are posters hung around the department’s various buildings in honor of scientists who have received the A.M. Turing Award.

Ice cream social 1

On Thursday, July 10, The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at TAMU hosted the CSE Ice Cream Social in order to showcase the new back porch of the Harvey R. “Bum” Bright building. The CSE Ice Cream Social was the very first event to be held outside at our new CSE Back Porch. If you have not already, stop by soon and enjoy the tables and added shade provided by the umbrellas!

In addition to the back porch, there are also new student collaboration spaces on the third, fourth and fifth floors of the Harvey R. “Bum” Bright building giving as well students the ability to gather outside of their own research labs. Electronic displays are on each floor of H.R.B.B allowing everyone to see all the upcoming events within the department.

Image of collaboration space 3Peer Teacher Central is undergoing remodeling at this time and will be open with new and improved additions around the first week of September.

The department also recently took delivery in July on a 2011 Presidential Club Car (aka Golf Cart/SMV - Slow Moving Vehicle) from Rick's Golf Cars in College Station. Advisory Council members Eric Marin and Mark Huse presented the golf cart to the department.

In addition to all of this, CSE has honored scientists presented with the A.M. Turing Award, by hanging posters in the Harvey R. “Bum” Bright building, Teague, and Reed-McDonald.


 CSE is excited about each of these new additions to the department. All of these new improvements are to keep our space updated while we wait for a new building, currently slated for 2020. We encourage you to stop by our buildings and take a look at all that we have added!