“Keeping you in the loop since 2005”


  • Internships at Fog Creek Software

    10 January 2006

    Fog Creek Software in New York City is looking for summer interns. They pay $750 per week, and that includes free housing, weekday lunches, round-trip airfare, and weekly cultural activities. Application deadline is February 1. Want more information? Check out this website.

  • Carleton Alum Wins Computing Award

    10 January 2006

    Have you heard of Carleton graduate Richard T. Snodgrass ’77, Professor of Computer Science at University of Arizona? One of our own has won the Association for Computing Machinery’s “Outstanding Contribution to ACM Award.” Read on for more information.

  • Computing Conference for Students

    10 November 2005

    The 39th annual Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS) will take place on April 7-8, 2006 at Iowa Wesleyan College. This is a technical computer science conference aimed at students, which gives students an opportunity to present papers and posters about work that they’ve done. The conference also has a programming contest and a robot contest, so it sounds like lots of fun! Do you have a project that you might consider presenting? Check out http://www.iwc.edu/mics for more information. (If you want to submit an abstract, the deadline is January 6, 2006.)

  • Amazon Informal Information

    9 November 2005

    Aaron Mohrman, a recruiter from Amazon.com, will be on campus on Friday, November 11. He would be happy to meet with any seniors or juniors interested in learning more about careers at Amazon.com, and so he will be at the Carleton Career Center from 9-10:30 am. No appointment is necessary, so feel free to walk in on Friday and introduce yourself!

  • Introduction

    15 September 2005

    Welcome to the first release of the Carleton Sentinel! The Carleton Sentinel is the new newsletter describing items of interest to the computer science community at Carleton College.

    We have an email list associated with this newsletter so that we can send out text versions of it on a semi-regular basis. To make this easy to manage, we have created an email list through Carleton’s list server. Computer science majors are automatically added to this list, but anyone else can be added. If you are not currently a computer science major but would like to be on the list, go to https://lists.carleton.edu/info/carleton_sentinel and click “Subscribe” on the left hand side.

    The newsletter is currently being managed by Dave Musicant (dmusican), so contact him if you have any ideas for content or questions about subscribing.