In 2017, the College of Computer and Information Sciences (CCIS) created the Center for Common Good Computing. Its success is driven by the generous support of the Center’s sponsors and donors and the hard work of the Center’s faculty, staff, students, alumni, and partners.
Rooted in Jesuit Values, the Center for Common Good Computing is a technology ecosystem that creates pathways for innovation, thereby transforming and improving society.
The Center’s mission is to create responsive, dynamic, cutting edge solutions to improve the human condition for the betterment of society. The collaborative endeavor brings together industry, government and education institutions to facilitate the exchange of ideas, experiences, capabilities, tools, and people and remove barriers to drive shared economic goals across the cyber ecosystem.
Encourage diversity within the cybersecurity and data science fields.
Create an efficient and effective shared cyber economy.
Support experiential learning opportunities to help solve problems collaboratively.
Build a safer, more socially just cyber community.
Share ideas and create pathways for innovation.