Hack4Humanity – Google’s 48 Hour Hackathon
Subject: Invitation to Apply for Hack4Humanity NYC – Google’s 48 Hour Hackathon!
Google NYC has a challenge for you: can you make the world a better place with technology?
Around the world, billions of people confront violence, instability, and repression. Google wants to challenge a select group of students to help people confront these threats [ >> more ]
CS-related Bio Lunch-bag
“But I thought you were a computer scientist”
Elijah Lowe, Michigan State University, speaks about his journey from Computer Science to Computational Biology
Monday November 10
Noon Bio Lunch-bag, McConnell B05
2nd Women’s Health Codeathon
From November 7-9 the Clinton Foundation will be bringing together the best minds in tech and design to compete in the 2nd Women’s Health Codeathon Series, hosted in partnership with the Clinton Foundation, Ace Hotel and Jawbone, as well as MIT Hacking Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This codeathon incorporates healthy-living principles throughout the event, including [ >> more ]
HackHolyoke Makerjam coming up
Exciting news – Mount Holyoke’s very own embedded-systems hackathon, HackHolyoke, is only a few weeks away (Nov. 7-8).
A free 24hr hackathon/makerjam for any and all college students.
Food is provided, as well as a place to nap, and fun activities and contests to keep your energy up.
5 pm on Friday, 11/7 – 5 pm on Saturday, [ >> more ]
Yale PhD program in Operations
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
The Yale School of Management is launching a PhD program in Operations with the inaugural class to enter in Fall 2015. The program will prepare its graduates for faculty positions in operations research or operations management at research-oriented business, engineering and policy schools.
For more information please visit the Yale School of Management PhD [ >> more ]
October 31st, 2014 · Tags: Grad School
Presentation of the Major
The CS Presentation of the Major is coming this Monday, November 3rd in the Ford Atrium from 12:10PM. Come learn more about the classes offered next semester, the major/minor, department events, and much more! There will be Chinese food!