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Research in Internet Security

Dr. Kent Seamons will be speaking on "Research Directions in Trust Negotiation" at the colloquium Thursday, January 20, 2005 at 11:00 AM in 1170 TMCB. In October Dr. Seamons and two of his student research assistants, Robert Bradshaw and Jason Holt, went to the ACM Computer Security Conference. This is considered to be the top internet security conference. Their paper, titled "Concealing Complex Policies in Hidden Credentials" was one of 250 submissions of which only 14% were accepted.

Undergraduate Scholarships

Need money? The CS Undergraduate Student Scholarship applications are now available! Click here for a complete list of the available scholarships for CS students and their criteria. Apply today!

Graduate School Application Deadline for Fall 2005 is TODAY

Planning on applying to Graduate School in the CS Department for Fall 2005?

Applications are due TODAY, Tuesday, February 15, 2005 for Fall 2005. Please be sure to have ALL application materials to the Office of Graduate Studies (B-356 ASB) by TODAY. If you have any questions about the application process or the program please contact Mindy Varkevisser, the CS Graduate Secretary, at or (801) 422-1472.

Graduate Fellowship Award Deadline January 28

The Graduate Research Fellowship Award is a university award sponsored by the Office of Graduate Studies and is designed to support thesis and dissertation research and to encourage independent research and scholarly and creative activity among graduate students. The fellowship is an award to be used in support of students' research and creative work. Two levels of award are granted:

Doctoral -$6,000 and Master's - $4,500, to be awarded in the 2005-2006 academic year.

5th Annual Family History Technology Workshop

This Year's FHT Workshop will be held March 24, 2005. This conference is intended for those interested or involved in developing enabling technologies and software tools for doing genealogy work. This is an all day event held in the BYU Conference Center. The Workshop includes a keynote speaker, 15 individual presentations, demo's on new developments, a dinner speaker, and three meals. Online payment and registration will be open until March 15, 2005. To register and get more information go to