The third annual workshop on Internship/Research/Entrepreneurship held by the Department of Computer Science was a great success. Over 120 students attended. Here is a link to the photo album and the full workshop video.
Congratulations to Stephen Coakley, Jacob Mischka and their faculty mentor, Cheng Thao. Their research paper has been accepted for the ACM Symposium on Document Engineering in Colorado, September 14-16, 2014.
Today in ACM, we will be talking more about the Python programming language and comparing it to Java by recreating a Java program in Python. As always, both MCS/Computer Science students and students of other majors are more than welcome to come.
This week in ACM, we will be talking about the Python programming language and doing some programming in it. As always, both MCS/Computer Science students and students of other majors are more than welcome to come.
We meet in McGraw 125 every Thursday at 5:15 not McGraw 122 like it has been for previous meetings.
Trevor Wilson, Association for Computer Machinery President email@example.com (608) 630-1396
The UW-Whitewater student chapter of Association of Computing Machinery meets every Thursday throughout the semester from 5:15-6:15 p.m. in McGraw Hall, Room 122. ACM is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, delivering resources that advance computing as a science. Attend a meeting to see what ACM is all about and decide if you would like to join this valuable student organization.
Thanks for attending the Internship/Undergraduate Workshop. Approximately 50 students and 25 others turned out to hear student panelists relate their experiences working on internships and research projects. They also heard from industry professionals representing Blackthorne Capital Management, EdViewRate, Epic Systems, QuadtechWorld and Schenck Process North America.
As a result of this workshop, over 15 students applied for found work within the Computer Science Program through research grants. Still others will be able to find work with companies doing summer internships.
The Computer Science Program in conjunction with ACM (Association of Computing Machinery) is holding an Internship/Undergraduate Research Program in McGraw 101 on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 from 5:30-7:30. This program is intended for all Computer Science majors and minors and other IT related majors and minors of all levels. Freshmen and Sophomores are encouraged to attend. Other faculty and staff interested in learning about the internship and research opportunities available within this program are also welcome to attend. There will be industry panelists and alumni present as well.