Enrollment Information!
Summer and fall enrollment are just around the corner. Summer enrollment starts April 4th and fall enrollment on the 11th.


The Department of Computer Sciences is excited to offer the following courses this summer:
  • Fully online: CS 200, CS 537, and CS 564 will be taught synchronously and CS 400 will be taught asynchronously with an optional meeting time (sessions dates vary, view dates and times closely)
  • Fully in person: CS 220, CS 300, CS 354, CS 540, and CS 577 (session dates vary, view dates closely)

Other departments, such as Math or ECE, have a variety of summer options that may meet major or degree requirements. Be sure to check the Enroll App.

Questions? Check in with your academic advisor for guidance on how Summer Term fits with your academic goals.


The Enroll App is now updated to include fall 2022 course offerings. Courses taught and managed by the Computer Sciences department often have enrollment restrictions that give students in UW-Madison Computer Sciences programs priority access during initial enrollment periods. Some CS courses add seats gradually during enrollment. Once all seats have been released, a wait list will be added. Specific CS course enrollment information can be found using this link.
Wednesday: Whitepaper Wednesday - "Flashboys 2.0"
Date: March 9
Time: 6 PM
Location: Grainger Hall Room 3190
Hosted by: Badger Blockchain

This week's Whitepaper Wednesday we will be covering "Flashboys 2.0" the seminal paper on Miner Extractable Value (MEV) and Arbitrage Bots on Ethereum. Did you know that bot operators on Ethereum make over $1 million a week sitting in wait to frontrun transactions on the network (Just like High Frequency trading in Traditional-Finance)? Did you know that even though the transaction you sent out to the network is eventually permanent, the order in which it is submitted can be exploited by miners for profit? What is more, this ability to reorder transactions leads to security vulnerabilities within Ethereum itself! Come to this event to discuss all of this with Badger Blockchain!
Wednesday: Kaggle Competition Meeting
Date: March 9
Time: 6:30 - 7:30 PM
Location: CS Building Room 1240
Hosted by: Data Science Club

The Data Science Club is hosting UW-Madison's first Kaggle competition. Compete and implement machine learning and data science algorithms to perform prediction and analysis. More information will be shared at this meeting!
...and Things
Present at the Undergraduate Symposium
Register to present at this year’s Undergraduate Symposium by Friday, March 11 at 11:59pm. The symposium will be held virtually April 28-29, 2022.

The Undergraduate Symposium showcases undergraduate students’ research, creativity, service-learning, community-based research, and other scholarly activities from all areas of study at UW–Madison. The symposium provides opportunities for you to present or perform your work in a professional setting.

Questions? Contact the cross-campus Undergraduate Symposium planning committee at ugradsymposium@provost.wisc.edu.
Virtual Internships
Virtual internships for CS (applications accepted on a rolling basis until 3/25!)  
  • University of Costa Rica Virtual Computational Medical Physics Laboratory Research Internship. Apply here
  • FIEN Foundation Virtual Web Development and Design Internship in Tanzania. Apply here
  • Japan Central Railway Company Virtual Internship Program. Apply here
  • LightHouse Health Virtual Quality Assurance Intern in Singapore. Stipend included! Apply here

Do you have your own internship abroad? Apply for credit and funding eligibility with the Worldwide Internship Program or reach out to one of our advisors ASAP before spring break! We’re happy to work with you and answer questions. 

Study Abroad Scholarship
Looking for a study abroad experience that immerses you in local culture? Hoping to study abroad while at UW-Madison but not sure how to pay for it? Interested in becoming a lifelong member of a global alumni network?
The Brittingham Viking Organization is a Madison-based scholarship organization that offers various scholarships to study in Scandinavia. The organization is currently offering three separate scholarships for undergraduate or graduate UW-Madison students in any major or program for January–August 2023, one each to Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Helsinki, with all three spending a summer in Oslo. These scholarships are fully-funded, designed to cover tuition, housing, airfare, and travel and living stipends
All classes are taught in English and scholars are given the chance to travel across the Nordic countries meeting alumni of the program. There is a lively network of alumni in Madison and around the world ready to welcome new scholars with open arms!
More information about the scholarship and applications can be found on the Brittingham Viking Organization’s website. Applications are due April 1, and any additional questions can be sent to us.scholarships@brittinghamvikings.org
This is a study abroad experience like no other. Apply today!
...and some more Things
Career Corner: What if I don't get an internship?
Don’t panic! All experience is valid -- consider working on-campus, bringing your tech skills to a nonprofit or local volunteer org, or starting a personal project. Questions about side projects? Read some info here.

Key Question: What experience will best help me get an internship for next summer? Work on building that experience now.
Want to advertise your event? Email Madeline at madeline.juillard@wisc.edu with the title, date, time, location, and a short blurb. Please send events by Sunday night.
Want to share your experience with an internship, study abroad, a student org, or anything else you think your peers might be interested in? Email Madeline at madeline.juillard@wisc.edu with the details!
Computer Sciences Undergraduate Program
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