Russ Ross, PhD
Professor of Computer Science
Department Chair, Computing and Design
Office: North Burns 226
Office hours: MWF noon–1:00 pm, TR 10:00 am–11:00 am
Russ was introduced to computer programming when his family bought an Apple II in the 1980s and he has been a student of computer science ever since. A native of southern Utah, Russ graduated from Pine View High School in 1995 as valedictorian and a National Merit Scholar. He moved to Massachusetts to attend Harvard University, where he graduated magna cum laude in Computer Science in 2001. He worked as a software engineer in the Boston area before moving to England, where he received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge in 2007.
- CS 1400: Fundamentals of Programming—Beginning computer science and programming.
- CS 2810: Computer Organization and Architecture—Low-level computing fundamentals.
- CS 3400: Operating Systems—Design and implementation of operating systems.
- CS 3410: Distributed Systems—Networked and distributed systems.
- CS 3520: Programming Languages—Programming methodologies in different languages.
Fall 2019 Schedule
|9:00 am||CS 3520||CS 3520||CS 3520|
|9:30 am||CS 3520||CS 3520||CS 3520|
|10:00 am||CS 1400||office hours||CS 1400||office hours||CS 1400|
|10:30 am||CS 1400||office hours||CS 1400||office hours||CS 1400|
|11:00 am||CS 2810||CS 2810||CS 2810|
|11:30 am||CS 2810||CS 2810||CS 2810|
|12:00 pm||office hours||office hours||office hours|
|12:30 pm||office hours||office hours||office hours|
|2:00 pm||off campus||off campus||off campus|
Last Updated 09/19/2019