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UofM Computational Biology Virtual Open House – Nov. 627 October 2020
The University of Minnesota Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BICB) program is hosting a virtual open house for prospective students interested in learning more about research and career opportunities at the intersection of biology, computer, and data sciences here in Minnesota and beyond. Undergraduates and post-bac students from surrounding areas and other graduate programs are invited to attend to learn about BICB and network with current graduate students from a wide range of research disciplines.
The open house will be held online on Friday, November 6, 2020 from 9:30am-2pm. The event will consist of a live session between 9:30am-12:30pm (information session about our graduate program, research talks, and a Q&A panel with current students). Between 12:30-2pm, we will host a virtual poster session where visitors can interact with current students to learn about their research and experiences.
Updated: One-day Cyber-Security workshop for undergraduate women in computer science – Nov. 148 October 2020
Curious about cyber security? Want to learn about reverse engineering and software vulnerabilities, or how to leverage vulnerabilities to gain control of systems? Interested in hearing from other women and Holy Cross alumni about what it is like to work in cyber security? College of the Holy Cross is hosting a free online workshop on Saturday, November 14. No prior experience in cyber security is needed. If you have taken a course in introductory computer science, or you picked up basic programming and command-line experience elsewhere, then you have what it takes to succeed at this workshop. Besides giving you a taste of what cyber-security is all about, we hope this workshop will also give you a chance to meet like-minded peers at other schools and professionals working in the field. We aim for this to be a fun too! For details and (free) registration info, see the attached flyer, or feel free to contact Kevin Walsh firstname.lastname@example.org
The goal of the one-day workshop is to help undergraduate and
MS students better prepare for the graduate school (MS or PhD)
application process and broaden participation in computing research.
When: Saturday, October 17th, 2020
Where: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (remote attendance available)
Online Application & Info: https://cse.umich.edu/Explore_Grad_Studies/
Deadlines: June 26 — July 15 (rolling) 5min application process *Travel awards*: available for non-local students.
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