The Charleston Digital Hub Hackathon is just over a week away! We are really excited to have everyone onsite and see what the registrants produce to change the world. We still have spots left for participants and teams to register and would love to see more of your students sign up and potentially bring home the grand prize.
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We are looking for instructors for the Girls Go for I.T. coding camp?
The camp is aimed at middle-school girls. This opportunity is for female computer science majors to apply for funding from the National Center for Women & IT and share their interests coding and STEM with the next generation. This will be our 6th year hosting the camp, so we have a lot of resources to share, and it is of course a paid position. Instructors will be part of a team of 2-3 instructors. (The team will include a lead instructor from computer science and an education lead from the middle-level teacher training program in the School of Education.)
Faculty position to teach on the Spartanburg and/or Greenville campus. The Department of Informatics and Engineering Systems is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary department within a newly formed College of Science and Technology. We seek a colleague who has a passion for teaching in the classroom and online, undergraduate advising and can actively participate in the Department and with University and community partners. Duties include teaching undergraduate courses, serving on university committees, and actively supporting the initiatives of the Department.
ASSET:ADVANCED SECURED SENSOR ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
MAY 28 - AUG 4, 2019
The application Early Action deadline is January 30, 2019 and the Regular Action deadline is April 5, 2019 or until positions are filled
Funded by NSF and DoD (PIs: Dr. Pissinou and Dr. Iyengar)
Pi Mu Epsilon and the Gamecock Math Club (PME/GMC) are student organizations which you might enjoy. Any USC student is welcome to join Gamecock Math Club! (The invitation and application are attached to this email for your convenience.)
Our first event this semester will be a "What is a Data Scientist and How do I Become One?" on Tuesday, January 29
at 6:30pm in LC 412. We will have pizza starting at 6pm in the Wyman Williams Room (LC 410) before the talk.
(Courtesy of the Statistics Department.)
Students must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for senior awards:
PME/GMC Student Seminar: What is a Data Scientist and how do I become one?
Speaker: Brad Llewellyn, Service Engineer, Microsoft Azure Team
When: Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 6:30pm
Where: LeConte 412