During their final semesters, many seniors are making progress on their senior capstone projects.
Computer science faculty member Dr. Jonathan Sparks enjoys sharing his lifelong passion for technology.
Prepared to follow the Lord’s leading, Chad Talley thrives as a director at Dell Technologies and a coffee franchise owner.
Whether jumping into graduate school as a recent alumnus or returning as a seasoned employee, the pursuit of further education encourages professional and personal growth.
This year, computer science students are joined by cybersecurity and info technology students for a larger Software Expo event.
Having originally aimed to create video games, James Miyashita instead chose to follow God’s leading toward the mission field.
As an IT operations senior analyst, Peter Tedder has held a role of support and improvement at Tropicana’s most productive orange juice plant.
Although he has thrived in computer science, Thomas Behman has remained sensitive to God’s leading in his life toward gospel ministry.
Whether in his office or the classroom, Dr. Michael Geary is willing to solve problems around him.
Computer science students proved they’re ready to create programs and apps in a crowded field such as software development.
How one computer science grad went from programming to providing leadership within Verizon to starting his own company.
As the world becomes more reliant on digital security, PCC students will begin to train as defenders of computer networks and digital infrastructure.