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Computer Science Technology

May 23, 2016

Kids in College at Ohio University Lancaster is currently accepting registrations. Some of the class topics focus on forensics science, art, astronomy, dinosaurs, chemistry, culinary skills, math, music, history and sports.

February 26, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission is set to vote today on an issue that impacts everyone -- net neutrality.

January 06, 2015

Several students in the Computer Science Technology program at Ohio University Lancaster wanted to learn more about technology and research at Ohio University. On December 12, Associate Professor Christine Wolfe took them on a field trip to Athens.

April 28, 2014

Students in Associate Professor of Computer Science Technology Christine Wolfe’s Programming in C class got a special treat recently. Wolfe allowed them to spend their class time outdoors.

April 15, 2014

Dirk Crist is graduating from Ohio University Lancaster this May, but he’s already got a job working in the real world – using the knowledge he gained while on campus.

October 17, 2013

In a world where college students are spending much of their time online, Associate Professor of Computer Science Technology Christine Wolfe is taking her office hours to her students.

October 07, 2013

Technology is everywhere and it’s now a big part of the jobs that are becoming available in our region. That’s why Ohio University Lancaster offers a variety of technology-related degrees for students to pursue.

September 09, 2013

Many students grow up and leave home to go off to college, even though they could have stayed at home and commuted to a nearby college or university. Zach Bobo did that, but not in the same way as everyone else.

May 20, 2013

Jeani Allen is a rarity. The Lancaster native calls herself a "woman in a man’s world." But, she's 100% okay with that.