Weekly CS Undergraduate Newsletter #22
October 14th, 2020
· Resume Workshop: GSU Programming Club (sponsored by Facebook) is hosting two resume sessions this Friday (10/16). We'll go over Resume dos/don'ts, common misconceptions, and how to present yourself effectively on paper. You can attend either (or both) sessions via this Zoom link at these times:
o 2:00pm to 3:30pm EST
o 6:30pm to 8:00pm EST
· Girls++ is hosting Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (virtual) - Thursday, October 15th, 4:30pm - 6pm (see flyer)
· HackGSU is happening in November: Are you interested in Coding? How about Hacking? Want to hack all weekend long and win $$$ prizes $$$ from Friday night to Sunday morning? Then join us for the **FREE and ONLINE** HackGSU hackathon Friday, November 20th through Sunday, November 22nd (see flyer)
o What: HackGSU
o When: Friday, November 20th - Sunday, November 22nd, 2020
o Cost: FREE
o Location: ONLINE
o Registration URL: http://www.hackgsu.com
Interested in Grad School?
· Georgia Tech’s Colleges of Computing, Design, Engineering, Business, Sciences, and Liberal Arts are actively seeking scholars to participate in Focus 2021. Visit the website www.focus.gatech.edu. Our preference is to invite juniors and seniors with high academic standing. Participation is limited. Materials, platform access, vouchers, giveaways, and an opportunity for awards and recognition will be provided for participating scholars. Please read the information under Focus 2021 Overview and Details at the website for complete details.
o Prospective Focus scholars may apply through November 15th, 2020 at this link: http://focus.gatech.edu/2021-focus-invitation-apply.
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