On April 29, 2021, and May 2, 2021, The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Computing and Information held its ceremonies commencing graduation for undergraduates and graduate students. We are proud to recognize some members of the graduating class!

Brandon He

Brandon He graduated with his Bachelors of Science in Computer Science. His plans after Pitt include moving to Seattle and start work as a SWE at Microsoft. He’s looking forward to growing as a developer and also as a person once things go “back to normal.” Some of the things he will miss at Pitt are being with friends all…


Happy New Year Everyone! The E-board team decided to expand the team to have more students participate in the logistics to Pitt CSC. We are excited to have them on board and introduce them to the world.

First up is Courtney Sheridan, our Outreach Director! She is a freshman planning to major in Computer Science! One place she would love to travel to is Alaska because it’s one of the few states she hasn’t be too (a traveler!) and it looks beautiful.

Next up is Jamir Grier, our Initiative Lead! He is also a freshman planning to major in Computer…


On September 21st 2020, Pitt Computer Science Club (CSC) launched the first iteration of CSC Hacks, a six-week competition that enables students of all majors and skill levels to hone their software engineering skills by designing and developing a personal project of their choice.

At the end of the competition, students submitted a 2-minute video of their project with the possibility of winning up to $1k in prizes. There were a total of 140 CSC members who signed up and more than 80 teams competed with 15 total submissions!

🏆 Here are the winners!

🥇 1st Place & Best Beginner Project: Alejandro Ciuba.

Alejandro created…


The workforce is changing in unprecedented ways and technology is causing a disruption that has never been seen before. These changes can be worrisome to any employee, regardless of the industry they are in, as they begin to wonder if the skills they have now are useful or not to the future of work.

In truth, technological skills will be the defining factor of future employees. With that in mind, a lack of tech skills now does not necessarily mean an employee is useless to the future workforce. …


The Meet the Team blog series is CSC’s initiative to introduce our team to the rest of the world. Today, we are introducing our President Zhengming Wang (aka Ming), a junior pursuing a Computer Science degree!

Ming is from outside of Philly (Philly represent) and went to Great Valley High School. In his free time, he plays volleyball, hangs out with friends, and cooks!

Why Did you Want to Become an Officer?

He originally became an officer because he wanted to pay back the help he received from the CS community. During his freshman year, a lot of upperclassmen helped…


The Meet the Team blog series is CSC’s initiative to introduce our team to the rest of the world. Today, we are introducing our Vice President Olivia, a non-traditional sophomore pursuing a Computer Science and Finance degree.

Olivia is a Pittsburgh native (woot woot!). In her free time, she invests, hikes on nature trails, dabbles in art and design, and works on new projects! She is currently tackling some data analysis and automation projects in Python for her investment portfolio.

What are you involved in and out of campus?

At Pitt, in addition to co-leading CSC, she is an ambassador…


The Meet the Team blog series is CSC’s initiative to introduce our team to the rest of the world. Today, we are introducing our Business Manager Gordon, a junior pursuing Computer Science, economics, mathematics and statistics degrees (wow a quadruple major).

Gordon grew up in Princeton, New Jersey and typically you can find him on campus helping others out (before COVID), or going out for a nice run!

What is your work experience?:

Gordon has interned at a major telecommunications company. During his internship at Lumentum, he developed models and worked on improving databases to reduce the number of faulty…


The Meet the Team blog series is CSC’s initiative to introduce our team to the rest of the world. Today, we are introducing our Events Coordinator Ryan, a junior Computer Science major.

Ryan is from Pittsburgh who plays poker for fun. He also knows how to ride a dirt bike which is pretty cool!

How has your experience at Pitt been?:

As a freshman he won first place at a UPenn hackathon and won a prize at a Carnegie hackathon (impressive right?). In addition to CSC, he is also involved with the poker club at Pitt.

What work experience do…


The Meet the Team blog series is CSC’s initiative to introduce our team to the rest of the world. Today, we are introducing our Internal Affairs Coordinator, Justin Kramer, (goes by Kramer in CSC), a senior Computer Science student.

Kramer is from Muncy, North Central Pennsylvania. Some fun facts about Kramer are that he plays soccer and tennis, his favorite food used to be broccoli, and he has an older brother who went to Penn State (yikes) for Electrical Engineering.

What is your involvement at Pitt like?

He is involved as a board member on the Pitt Challenge Hackathon Committee…


The Meet the Team blog series is CSC’s initiative to introduce our team to the rest of the world. Today, we are introducing our Director of Initiatives Richie, a sophomore pursuing a Computer Science degree.

Richie grew up in Newtown, Pennsylvania, a really (really) boring suburb outside of Philadelphia. One fun fact about him is that he is really into game development and video games in general. When he was in high school and had more time, he would often be programming custom game engines. …

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