January 2016

Web Development and Linux Administration

Research Cyberinfrastructure Group

10-15 hours/week

The Research Cyberinfrastructure group (http://www.sc.edu/rci) has an opening for an undergraduate student to assist in web development and Linux administration. Some programming experience (javascript, python, bash) is desirable but not required. This is a great opportunity for an undergraduate student to gain hands-on experience supporting various projects in a research computing environment. For consideration, send your resume to rci@sc.edu with a subject line “RCI IT position”.

Game Simulation Software Development

10 hours/week

Under the guidance of the School of Business management department faculty and the USC Research Cyberinfrastructure group, this position will develop, test, maintain, deploy, and analyze the results of a team computer simulation built from the open source game Empty Epsilon. Empty Epsilon is a networked computer-based “Star Trek” style bridge simulator. This position will take the existing open source game Empty Epsilon and develop the additional code to track the performance of each player; the developed solution will need to be fully tested. In support of laboratory simulations this position will deploy and maintain the software to ensure it is ready for each session and the results are being measured and gathered correctly. After the completion of the lab experiments, this position will gather and summarize the simulation results. This position may be asked to proctor the lab during computer simulations.

Student Entrepreneur Summer Program

Happy New Years, my name is Andrew Gaeckle, Senior Manager Strategic Programs and Operations at the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) a 501(c)3 based in Washington, DC and the largest Women’s Business Development organization in the country.

Tutor for CSCE 101, 102

My name is Melissa Ethridge and I am the Tutor Coordinator at the Dodie Academic Enrichment Center here at USC. Last year, you were able to help me by posting our tutor position on your job board. Once again, I am trying to recruit tutors to work with our student athletes and at this time we have a high need for Computer Science. Specifically, CSCE 101, 102.