Hi all! WiCyS is excited to announce that through the generous giving of the Craig Newmark Foundation and collaboration with National Cyber League (NCL), 600 COMPLIMENTARY PASSES will be given out to participate in the 2019 National Cyber League Fall Season competition.
If you are a member of WiCyS, you are eligible to apply and should include all information in the form below for the best chance to receive a WiCyS/NCL game code to play! After filling out the form, students will be notified by Oct. 4 if they received a complimentary pass and then need to register. Completing the form does not guarantee a pass since there are a limited number of WiCyS/NCL game codes.
Deadline to apply is Tuesday, Oct. 1, 11:59 p.m. ET.
For more information and to apply for a complimentary pass, click here!
For more information on NCL and this competition, click here!
For more information on UTD WiCyS and how to become an official member, click here!
The Computer Science department at UTD hosts Grace Series talks to empower all.
The next Grace Series Talk will be Thursday, September 26, 2019 – 7pm to 8pm.
Speaker: Dr. Janell Straach, Computer Science Faculty at Rice University
Talk Title: “20,000+ Days of Learning and Still Learning”
Location: Osborne Conference Room ECSS 3.503
There will be Pizza, Dessert, Drinks, and Door Prizes.
Hi everyone! We are partnering with CBRE and NSBE for a very exciting diversity panel event!
Come and learn about CBRE’s company, what technologies they use, and network with employees. Food will be provided!
When: Tuesday, September 17th at 7 PM
Where: SSA 14.265
Google will be on campus on September 18th and 19th to provide information about life at Google and specific job/internship opportunities they have for students. Don’t forget to RSVP here!
1. Tech Challenge – September 18th, 7 PM – 10 PM at SSA Auditorium
Interested in participating in a fun and friendly puzzle competition? Assemble a team of up to five of your best buds to compete against other student teams in coding puzzles and word association games. The top teams will not only get bragging rights but also some pretty cool prizes. Sign up for the challenge at https://bit.ly/UTD-Fall19-Tech-Challenge.
2. Google Beyond Software Engineering – September 19th, 7 PM at TI Auditorium
Interested in working at Google but don’t have a CS degree (or don’t plan on getting one)? Come hear about all of the cool opportunities Google has for engineering majors outside of software engineering + why having a foundation in CS can be valuable in any industry.
Also, if you want to have your resume reviewed and/ or do a mock interview, please sign up for a slot here ASAP: https://bit.ly/UTD-Fall19-Office-Hours
Cisco is hosting a Campus Tour + Lunch & Learn on September 26th from 10am – 1:45pm. Keep in mind that they have 15 slots remaining and if you’re interested, you must apply by September 16th. Instructions on how to reserve their spot are located below.
Full time and intern positions, for Technical Consulting & Consulting Engineering roles, are posted on Handshake as well as the Event Link. Apply if you’re interested!
Are you a female looking for networking opportunities? GenHERation will be hosting an Invitational at AT&T in Dallas on Friday, September 6th. GenHERation Invitationals are half-day immersion programs that allow high school and college women to work alongside female executives at the most innovative companies in America. Companies outline the applicant profile for available positions and AT&T invite GenHERation members to apply to demonstrate their qualifications in person. This event is for college juniors and seniors who are looking to get a full-time job or internship with AT&T in 2020.
If you’re interested, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “AT&T Invitational”. For more information, click here.