NetworkWorld has an interesting article on why network pros should now have more coding skills as well as cloud skills.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) are being offered throughout the U.S. for Summer 2019. See this list of REUs in Computer and Information Science and Engineering. If your application to one of these is accepted, all expenses are generally paid, plus a stipend of a few thousand dollars is typically given.
CMU is offering a summer REU (research experience for undergraduates). Spend the summer working with some of the leading software engineering faculty reearchers. They are especially interested in recruiting undergrads traditionally underrepresented in computer science, and first- and second-year students. See https://www.isri.cmu.edu/education/reu-se/ for more information.
Students currently in their junior year of college (from any major) are eligible to apply to two distinct paid summer fellowships hosted by CMU’s Heinz College:
- Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute
- IT Lab: Summer Security Intensive (SSI)
Each program is a 7-week in-residence experience and features:
- Specialized courses taught by CMU faculty: Fellows earn CMU academic credit for coursework (eligible for transfer to home institution)
- $1,000 stipend + the costs of housing, meals, books, supplies, social functions, and travel expenses to and from Pittsburgh
- A scholarship of at least 50% of graduate school tuition, if admitted to and enroll in a masters program at Heinz College.
To learn more, see the links below (PDF’s):
Students seeking full-time employment
- Emerging Leaders Program 2019 information: HM Health Solutions
- Full time position starting after graduation in Jan or Jun 2019
- Lasts 2 years, comprised of four, six month rotations
- Career Tracks:
- Project Management/Business Analysis
- Application Development
- Recent Bachelors/Masters degree
- 3.5 GPA
- Relevant internship
- Leadership/extracurricular involvement
- Apply to:
Important Spring Semester Dates
Classes begin - January 14, 2019
Last day to add a class - January 21, 2019
Last day for withdrawing from a class without a permanent record - January 28, 2019
Withdrawal from a class results in "WF" on record - April 15, 2019
Last day of class - May 3, 2019
Finals - May 6-9, 2019
May Commencement - May 11, 2019
We are the Computing and Information Systems Department at Saint Vincent College, located in Latrobe, PA. We offer three majors: CS (Computer Science), IT (Information Technology), and CYSEC (Cybersecurity). We also offer three minors, allowing specializations in areas above.
Reasons to choose the CIS Dept. at Saint Vincent College:
- Recently renovated, state-of-the-art labs and equipment in the new Sis & Herman Dupre Science Pavilion.
- High success rate with alumni job placement
- Small school feel with the big school curriculum.
- Gain exposure to a broad range of Programming Languages and Technologies