Weekly CS Undergraduate Newsletter #86
November 29th, 2022
Finals week goes from December 6th - 13th
Tutoring for CS classes is available online & in person in the STEM Center (Sports Arena, 125 Decatur Street)
1301, 1302, 2510, 2720, 3210, 3320
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CodePath's no-cost spring 2023 remote courses:
Courses are taught and developed by professional software engineers to ensure that students gain industry knowledge in support of your curriculum
Development in Kotlin - Throughout the course, students will plan, build and test a fully-functional Android app in Kotlin. Geared towards students with programming experience.
Mobile Development - Students will plan, build and test a fully-functional iOS app throughout the course. Geared towards students with programming experience.
- Learn the fundamentals of cybersecurity, common application vulnerabilities and attacks. Originally designed in collaboration with Meta.
Development — Learn to design and create your own sites inspired by popular websites you already know and love. Start your journey by structuring and styling the look and feel of your website, then add interactive elements like videos, forms, and
animations to really bring it to life!
Additional details and course eligibility can be found on the web pages above. Important note: The deadline is February 5th, there is limited availability in each course, and students will be admitted on a rolling basis.
[REMINDER] Girls++ is hosting a make-up meeting on
Wednesday November 30th at 5:30pm at 25 Park Place Conference room 755, with an online option available too! This meeting will consist of CS interview prep, white board coding, resume building, along with a guest speaker and snacks! See you
Undergrad Research Opportunity:
Are you interested in writing an undergraduate CSc Honors Thesis? You do not need to be an Honors student to participate. Dr. Mario Kubek will oversee undergraduate students interested in the areas of Cybersecurity, Natural Language
Processing, and A.I.
*Students can enroll in Honors Thesis credit hours
*Please know that an undergraduate may consider writing an Honors thesis if they are interested in applying to graduate school…but this is not a requirement
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investment banking, trading, asset/wealth management, risk management, financial technology, data science, consulting
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