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  • The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor is holding a one-day workshop on Saturday, September 30, 2017, to help undergraduates better prepare for the graduate school application process and broden participation in computing research.  Click here for more information. 

  • Each year the Computer Science Department awards the David Pollatsek '96 Prize in Computer Science to the graduating senior or seniors who best reflect David's special strengths:  his intellectual curiosity, his creativity, his imaginative programming, his love of art, and his flair for design.  This year the department is pleased to name Caitlin Donahue, Charlie Imhoff, Emily Kampa, and Thomas Redding as the recipients of the prize.  Congratulations to Caitlin, Charlie, Emily, and Thomas!

  • Congratulations to the following students who received Distinction in Computer Science Comps:  Sam Boswell, Caitlin Donahue, Graham Earley, Jamie Emery, Dylan Forbes, Aidan Holloway-Bidwell, Charlie Imhoff, Hailey Jones, Elliot Mawby, Zoe Peterson, Sofia Serrano, Fred Stensaeth, Eric Walker, Shatian Wang, Allie Warren, and Ben Withbroe.

  • SDAS for next year

    April 27, 2017

    We are happy to announce the SDAs for next year will be:  David Goodell, Maryam Hedayati, and Micah Nacht.  SDAs are a resource for all current students to talk about courses, registration, what the major is like, and all things related to computer science.  Congratulations to our new SDAs.

  • Fellowship Opportunity

    April 19, 2017

    PRIMEtime is a collaboration of organizations in Northfield offering free, out-of-school time programming for students who struggle academically and/or have social, emotional or environmental challenges in their lives.  This is a paid summer fellowship working with the district's platform for volunteer training and data collection.  Click here for more information or contact Phillip Lundquist for more information.

  • Fellowship Opportunity

    April 19, 2017

    The Horizons Fellowship supports 10 outstanding students in their pursuit to become leaders in technology.  The program provides immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Students need not have a computer science background! Our curriculum, developed by ex-Salesforce and Optimizely engineers alongside PhD candidates in computer science, is designed to teach students how to build web, mobile, and desktop applications. We have 4-month semester programs and 3-month summer programs in cities across the U.S.  Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

  • Job Opportunity

    April 19, 2017

    Macalester College is looking to hire a full-time Academic Information Associate - Sciences.  Application deadline is May 3, 2017.  Click here for more information.

  • Job Opportunity

    April 19, 2017

    Gordian Software is looking for a full stack engineer to help bring travel technology into the 21st century.  Travel companies use interfaces and software designed in the 1980s that doesn't measure up to today's data-rich, high customer expectation environment. We are providing the new tools that travel companies need.  They are an early stage company looking for a full-stack engineer. Depending on the day, you might be solving JavaScript injection bugs, designing algorithms to personalize travel results or pre-rendering JavaScript. They are looking for someone excited to make a large impact on a product and learn the full stack of our software. Travel experience not required, but be prepared to learn a lot of technology fast. You will be working directly with the founding team.  Contact Stephen Grabowski directly who is a Carleton alum. 

  • The University of Chicago is pioneering a new MA program.  Computational Social Science is an emergent approach in which students apply the latest innovations in computer science and statistics to complex social questions.  Nearly all student they admit will receive a half-tuition grant in the first year, and a two-thirds tuition grant in the second.  Deadline to apply is April 30th.  Click here for more information.

  • Registration is now open for a 3 day research focused workshop for undergraduate women in computing to be held at Carnegie Mellon University October 20-22, 2017.  Click here for more information.

  • Still looking for that exciting summer job?  Well, look no further!  Contact Mike Tie (mtie@carleton.edu x4067 CMC305).  Mike is looking for three Assistant System Administrators to help him setup labs and classrooms for the upcoming school year.  There will be some programming, writing documentation, building web pages, lots of software installations and imaging.  Help faculty and summer researchers with anything and everything related to computers.  You'll work with linux, Windows, and OSX.  No experience needed; you will be trained as you go.  The positions are budgeted for 10 weeks of the summer, and that leaves you time to still enjoy a summer vacation.  And best of all, you get to continue working for Mike during the school year.

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