UF’s Computer Science Department is “very well-known” and the school is “fascinating,” a department official said Monday.
“We have a really strong team, and we know what the students want and what they’re looking for,” said the official, who was not authorized to discuss internal discussions and spoke to the media on condition of anonymity.
“The people in our department know what they are doing and they do it well.”
The official spoke on condition that he not be identified due to the sensitivity of the topic.
“There’s a huge amount of enthusiasm, a lot of people wanting to work with you.
There’s a lot going on, a really exciting environment,” the official said.
The department, which was created by Florida Gov.
Rick Scott in 2016, is comprised of a number of top-tier Computer Science majors.
The number of computer science majors is about 10% of the faculty, and the department has a faculty of about 30 people, according to the official.
“It’s an important area of study for the future of our state,” the department official told Breitbart News.
“And we know that.”
The department official, a former UF professor, added that the department is “doing a lot more work than the average university.”
The new administration, which took office on January 3, has vowed to make major changes in the department’s culture.
Under former Gov.
John Bel Edwards, the department had a reputation for producing well-respected, highly regarded students.
A recent survey of computer-science majors by the Florida Computer Science Association showed that 85% of those who received degrees from the department scored above the national average in the Computer Science Major Qualifications Test.
“I think that it’s a good thing for us to have the faculty who are capable of doing that, who are going to have a strong commitment to the school,” the university official said of the hiring.
The administration is also promoting computer science as a field that can lead to jobs.
“Computer science is an important field,” the University of Miami’s Computer Engineering Professor, Peter Lefebvre, told Breitbart in January.
“As a matter of fact, it’s the only field in the world that is really known for the kinds of jobs that we’re creating.”
But some of the department officials have criticized the administration’s efforts.
“Our department is understaffed, we’re under-resourced, we have no staff,” the senior department official in charge of hiring told Breitbart.
“So there are a lot challenges that are faced by the faculty in the field.”
In an email to the News Service, UF said it “is looking forward to continuing our strong relationships with the University and community and making a significant investment in the University’s future.”
The university, a public university in Tallahassee, Florida, was founded in 1959 by then-President Richard Simmons, who wanted to attract a more diverse student body.
The university’s faculty is 70% female.
The campus boasts a research university, the largest in the country, a research campus, and other educational and cultural facilities.
The school is also a leader in international research and education.
The UF campus is the largest private research university in the U.S., and has an enrollment of nearly 12,000 students.
UF was named the largest public research university by the American Association of University Professors, a member of the Association of American Universities, and has the highest ranking of universities in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) of “most improved” in the 2016 rankings.
The University of Georgia, a historically black university in Atlanta, Georgia, is ranked the most prestigious private research college in the United States, with an enrollment estimated at about 14,000.