Newsletter: Carleton Sentinel
"Keeping you in the loop since 2005"
- January 15, 2008
Infosys will have a representative on campus on Wednesday, January 16 staffing a table in Great Space from 12 - 2 p.m. and hosting an information session in Sayles-Hill Lounge from 7-8 p.m. They are recruiting for both internship and full-time opportunities, and are looking for Software Engineers for the full-time slots in particular. Visit their internship program website for more information.
- January 8, 2008
Carleton computer science alum Brad Davis '01 is currently working on his Ph.D. at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. At the recent IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, Brad's paper was selected out of 1300 submissions to receive the David Marr Prize for best paper! For more information, read the UNC press release.
- January 7, 2008
The HST Summer Institute at Harvard-MIT offers an opportunity to do summer research in Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics, and in Biomedical Optics. The programs are designed to help participants explore career options or prepare for graduate level research. For more information, visit the program website. Applications are due by January 31, 2008.
- January 3, 2008
ACM-W has announced a scholarship program to help undergraduate women attend research conferences. The scholarships are for up to $500 each, and approximately 12 are awarded per year. The attendee does not have to be presenting at the
conference. For more information, see the program website.
- December 18, 2007
Bungee Labs is looking to hire computer science students as interns or as as full-time employees. Visit the Bungee Labs website for more information.
- November 12, 2007
Adam (Hoel) May is now working for Digital Cyclone, located in Minnetonka, MN. They are looking to hire computer science graduates in 2008, for an Information Services Software Engineer, a Research and Development Software Engineer, a Systems Administrator, and a Web Software Developer. Click the above links for more information about each of these positions.
- November 2, 2007
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is accepting applications to participate in a summer research experience at federal research facilities. The DHS HS-STEM Summer Internship Program provides a 10-week summer research experience for undergraduate students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) disciplines. For more information, visit the program website. Application forms are due by December 14.
- November 1, 2007
The University of Minnesota Law School is having an information session on intellectual property law and on attending law school. Computer science students are specifically invited. It will be held on Thursday, November 15, at 7 pm at the University of Minnesota. See this flyer for more information.
- November 1, 2007
Connexus Corporation is looking for a Java Software Engineer to do web data mining. This position is a slight reach for a new graduate, based on their description, but it's not too far off if you've got the right background. If this job interests you, definitely consider applying. Click above for more information.
- October 24, 2007
Registration for winter courses isn't that far away: it begins on Monday, October 29. Click above for descriptions of the computer science courses (above Intro to CS) that will be offered this winter. In addition to your own adviser, remember that you can contact our Student Departmental Adviser (Janara Christensen, email@example.com) if you have questions.
- October 23, 2007
The CS department is looking to hire students during winter break to do some work on our labs as well as develop some course materials. If you want to make some extra dough during winter break and get some good work experience, this is a great opportunity! Visit or email Mike Tie in CMC 305 to apply or to get more information.
- October 3, 2007
Carleton has recently announced a program for students to visit a number of technology companies in the Bay Area and northern California. The idea is for students to learn more about potential job opportunities and to make contacts. An information session is scheduled for Thursday, October 4, in Boliou 104 at both 7 pm and 8 pm (two identical sessions). Click above for more information.