Loyola Computes

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Loyola College Graduate Programs in Computer Science & Software Engineering

Issue 3, July 2009

Issue 3

Our feature article explores whether software engineering is really engineering, a craft, or an art. We introduce a series that highlights our graduate faculty, and we introduce Brian Connors, who has some career advancement advice. If you are a current graduate student, please complete the poll pertaining to web courses. Also, please visit our new web site.

Tacoma Narrows Bridge, an engineering marvel

Bridging the Engineering Gap

by Mike Berman

Are those of us who practice the craft of software engineering truly engineers? The answer is a resounding "yes" if your side occupation is driving a locomotive. Otherwise, it's not so clear...   Read More >

g.ho.st desktopFeatured Faculty Member: Dr. Roberta Sabin

On this particular Sunday afternoon, she maneuvers the boat into the mouth of the Patapsco, where it meets the Chesapeake Bay. She points out the Key Bridge behind us...   Read More >

Dave Binkley, DirectorDirector's Database

Those of you who frequent my research page will know that one of my 2006 papers is entitled "What's in a Name? A Study of Identifiers." The central question raised in this joing work with Drs. Larwie and Morrell...    Read More >

Brian Connors of Allsearch, Inc.Times Have Changed, Again!

Know What is Expected of You as an Employee. by Brian Connors 

In the late 1990's through mid to late 2000's, the business world was different. Read More >

Poll for Current Graduate Students (click to respond)

In This Issue


August 4, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Open house and Graduate Program Information Session @ Timonium campus

August 5, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Open house and Graduate Program Information Session @ Columbia campus

August 15
Mail-in and web registration close; contact Margaret Daley for registration or changes after that date.

August 31
Classes begin for Fall Semester

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