Weekly CS Undergraduate Newsletter
October 7th 2019
Volume #2




·         Facebook is hosting a guest speaker (engineer at Facebook) at their competitive programming event happening tonight, Tuesday, October 8th from 5-7 PM. Langdale Hall 500 (see flyer)

·         Girls ++ is sponsoring the event Work Lifestyle at Facebook talk on Thursday, October 10th from 4:30pm - 6:30pm, in Aderhold Room 2 (see flyer)

·         Girls ++ is also sponsoring the “come meet the mentors” opportunity (see flyer for details and list of meeting times below)

Sawsan  @ Wednesdays, 1 pm

Nicole @ Wednesdays, 4 pm 

Nadiya  @ Wednesdays, 5 pm

Serena @ Thursdays, 12 pm

Brittney @ Thursdays, 1 pm

Alexandria @ Thursdays, 3 pm

Reshma @ Fridays, 1 pm

Capella @ Fridays, 2 pm


·         Girls Who Code will meet every Friday this semester, with currently three different types of meetings: Python/Robotics workshops, 'Code On Your Own' (come in to try different Python-based project assignments), and 'Soft-Skill Workshops' (Github, LinkedIn, CS Resumes, etc.)      (see flyer)

·         CS Networking Event will happen on Friday, November 1st from 3pm - 5pm at Launch GSU. This is an invaluable opportunity for students to connect both with industry professionals and fellow students within the tech field (see flyer)

·         HackGSU, a collegiate level hackathon, will be held from Friday, November 1st through Sunday, November 3rd at the Aderhold Learning Center. Please note: seating is limited so sign up soon! Registration URL:http://www.hackgsu.com

o    Questions?  http://www.hackgsu.com#faq  or email at [log in to unmask] 

o    If you want to volunteer at HackGSU, the organizing committee meets at 1 Park Place, Room 628, every Monday from 4pm to 5pm. 

Career Related Events and Job Opportunities:

·         [REMINDER] University Career Services is sponsoring a large job and internship fair this week, October 8th & 9th. With over 220 recruiters visiting campus over two days, including Google. Students can check on Handshake for the recruiters that will be attending.

o    Campus Wide Career Fair on Tuesday, Oct 8th and Wednesday Oct. 9th See link


·         Microsoft is highlighting the Explore Microsoft Internship opportunity (Intern Explore Microsoft ). The application is limited to just sophomores. Apply as soon as possible. Interviews will be held on campus next week (see flyer)

·         Patientco (health tech company) will visit campus this Thursday October 10th to present on Successful Whiteboard Interviews. Patientco currently has full-time and co-op positions available (see flyer) 

·         Graduate Program - GSU Robinson's MAS/QRAM Lunch and Learn is happening on October 16th. This event is a lunch and learn about the Master of Actuarial Science and MS in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management graduate programs (see flyer)

·         NASA is looking for interns. The NASA DEVELOP National Program is a 10-week paid research opportunity with NASA DEVELOP available to current students, recent graduates, and early/transitioning career professionals. Details about this opportunity and how to apply can be found online at https://develop.larc.nasa.gov/apply.php. The Spring position application window is open online from now through October 11th, with the term starting January 27th and lasting through April 3rd. Fall and summer opportunities are also available (see flyer)




Mr. Jamie Hayes, M.A.

Undergraduate Academic Coordinator | Department of Computer Science

Georgia State University - College of Arts and Sciences

25 Park Place, 7th Floor |Atlanta, GA 30303

P: (404)-413-6107