Computer and Information Sciences
by Cornell University
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There is no school of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) at Cornell. Instead, there is a confederation of CIS faculty members that engages with every Cornell college and student. In so doing, CIS capitalizes on interdisciplinary collaboration to accelerate knowledge creation and discovery applicable to every area of life in the 21st century. CIS is a college-level academic unit, and can create new programs, recruit faculty, sponsor research, and invite leaders in the field to lecture and teach.
|1||CleanVideoThe Origin and History of the Internet||Yogi Berra once said "Sometimes you can observe a lot, just by watching." Involved with computing at universities from 1953 to 1998, Professor Ken King describes the primary and under celebrated role that universities played in the creation and evolution||3/9/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoCS 211: Intermediate Java Programming||Sit in on CS 211, object-oriented programming and data structures. In this lecture, Cornell professor Graeme Bailey discusses the complexities of program threads and interface design.||2/24/2008||Free||View in iTunes|