Thursday, April 20, 2017

Shall We Play a Game



A little retro entertainment to help everyone relax and get ready for the push to finish strong.

The USF Computer Club is hosting a showing of the 1983 geek-classic:   

War Games
3:30 PM,
A102, St Albert Hall.

Refreshments provided

Let Derek Dailey know if you plan on attending



Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Math and Computer Science Department End of Year Party


The Math and CompSci Department are hosting an end of the year party for all students in the department.

Friday 4/28 at 1pm in the Pavilion.


Pizza and fun awards will be center stage.


Take this opportunity to nominate one of your classmates for an award such as:
Most likely to get a flat tire while wearing a Spiderman (or) Wonder Woman costume.

Come and have fun to celebrate the beginning of summer and relax before finals.

Senior Project 2017


Please join us on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 1 PM in A102 in St Albert Hall for a chance to hear about a new Quality of Life mobile application that USF CompSci department students developed for Franciscan Villages, a retirement community. 

Innovation and service come together to provide a way to improve a retirement community experience and our students an excellent opportunity to demonstrate what they know and what they learned as part of this process.

Our Tenth Annual Alumni/Student Networking Event

Thank you to everyone who was able to make it out last week to our Alumni/Student networking event.
As always, great insight into the interview and resume process was shared with our students. Some reconnecting old friends and some new friends were made. Students came away with a lot of food for thought and not just pizza! :D 
 We inducted 4 new members into the Epsilon Delta Pi honor society, Philip Bradley, Meera Chouhan, Michael Garver, and Alexandra Wicks;  announced our 2017 Ramuta award winner, Michael Garver, and awarded a certificate of appreciation to Derek Dailey for his work on revitalizing the USF Computer Club.  


One of the things I want to do is acknowledge all that our alumni do for us, whether it’s making time to be part of our events, or teach classes as Scott Walton, Ray Halper, Chris Marks, Loretta Pearson, Tracy Rager, and Panos Kourtidis do, or support our server as Drew Johnson does, or work with our students on their Senior Project as Jim Schuler does, or assist the students in Senior Project as Nick Bond, Panos, & Scott do, or creating an award like Matt Ramuta and his family do.
USF CompSci wouldn’t be where it is without all of you. I’m attaching a copy of some of the pictures taken at the event.
I also want to thank Aubrey Knight and Valerie Penn of Alumni & Family Relations for their support of this event. It really helped make things go smoothly.
 And don't worry if you missed this year's event, we'll be back with another one next April.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

USF Computer Club - Resume event

Don't have a resume?  Not sure if your format's right.

 And while we're at it, what this about LinkedIn and why do I care?



Derek Dailey (CS 2018) is managing the first event of the USF Computer Club this Spring to help with those issues.

Maribeth Hearn from Career Services will give some instruction about setting up resumes and cover how to get started on LinkedIn.

Michael Garver (WD 2017) will lend his skill in taking head shots suitable for a LinkedIn profile.

It all happens on

Tuesday, March 28th,  
2PM 
at  the CompSci lab, A119.

Be there so you'll have your resume ready to go then you can get some final tips and have some experts give you advice when we have our Alumni/Student Networking Event on April 11th.


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Winter 2016 Graduation

Congratulations to Winter 2016 Computer Science Department Graduates:  Timothy Kowalski (IT), and Abraham Ortega (IT)
Tim Kowalski
.  We’re proud to have you as USF’s newest Computer Science department alumni!

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Spring 2016 Graduation

May 14, 2016
Congratulations to Spring 2016 Computer Science Department Graduates:  Daniel Healy (CS), Bryona (BJ) Johnson (IT), Brisa Moreno (IT), and Thomas Uraski (IT).  

Tommy Uraski, Brisa Moreno, Dan Healy, BJ Johnson
We’re proud to have you as USF’s newest Computer Science department alumni