Welcome to the Computer Science Student Society, the student club for undergraduates at the UBC Department of Computer Science. We provide a social space where everyone’s welcome (in ICICS 021), run events, and represent your interests to the department. For more events you may be interested in, please see the department's calendar. Please feel free to email us at [email protected].

UBC Computer Science Alumni Panel

YOU'RE INVITED!
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1
UBC COMPUTER SCIENCE ALUMNI PANEL
(This event is open to Alumni, Current Students and Potential Students)

As part of UBC's 90th Anniversary celebrations and the Alumni Reunion Weekend, the UBC Department of Computer Science is hosting its first-ever Alumni Panel Series. Distinguished CS alums Yvonne Coady (faculty at UVic) and Ron Rabin (project manager at IBM) discuss careers and directions in Computer Science with other alums, current students, prospective students, and you! As well, Michiel van de Panne, NSERC Research Chair in Graphics and Animation will be discussing recent trends in his research area and other areas in the Department.

When: Saturday, October 1
Where: Hugh Dempster Pavilion, Rm 310 - 6245 Agronomy Road
Time: Noon - 1 pm for panel series, 1pm - 2pm for reception and networking

Find out where a computer science degree can take you and make the connections that will help get you there! Learn more about your options and start building your professional network at the same time. (Plus, snag some free hors d'oeuvres at the reception!)

You can learn more about the panel series at http://www.cs.ubc.ca/people/alumni/ (click "2005/2006 Alumni Panel Series") RSVP Appreciated. Please email [email protected] or contact Michele at 604-822-5693.

When: 
Saturday, October 1, 2005 - 12:00 to 14:00
Where: 
Dempster Room 310

Life at Microsoft

Are you a Co-op student going on a workterm this January? If so then you are invited to an informal question and answer period with former Microsoft interns from UBC.

Love Microsoft? Hate Microsoft? Want to know more about Microsoft? Come either way and find out from people who have been there and done it everything you want to know about Microsoft. We can tell you about the different job roles at Microsoft (Program Manager / Software Development Engineer / Software Development Engineer in Test), what the interview process will be like, help you with resume tips, and our own personal experience as interns at Microsoft. Ask us anything and we will do our best to answer.

Where: room X139 (in the new CS building)
When: Friday Sept 16th, 2005 11:30 am

Hope to see you all there!

Peter Andes
(former) Microsoft Intern

NOTE: For those of you not in co-op or not planning on going on a workterm this january we are planning a very similar but MUCH bigger event for January and EVERYONE is invited so watch out for that!

When: 
Friday, September 16, 2005 - 11:30 to 12:30
Where: 
ICICS/CS X139

CS Agendas have arrived!

Come to the CSSS office any time to pick up your very own Computer Science button and day planner featuring the new CSSS logo!

Supplies are limited - so first come, first served. Drop down any time during our office hours which are posted here (editor’s note: now lost). You can also go to "Who We Are" and find them there, as well as other information about the CSSS.

Who's Who Contest (Ends Sept 22nd, 2005)

*** Deadline has been extended to Sept. 22 at 12:00pm ***

Think you know your profs REALLY well? Try identifying faculty and staff from their baby pictures! We have two prizes to give away from our sponsors for the top answers: "Madden NFL 06" from EA and "Dark Summit" from Radical Entertainment. Contest ends on Sept. 13. Winners will be announced at the BBQ (Sept. 14th) at 11:55am.

Pick up paper copy at the CSSS office (X139) or see it online at:
http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~van/whoswho/contest.html

When: 
Saturday, September 10, 2005 - 08:00 to Thursday, September 22, 2005 - 12:00

Accenture Info Session (Sept. 29, 2005)

Few career options offer a better platform for success than consulting. It's the ideal first career move because it enables you to develop your career, learn great skills and keep your career options open.

Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company. Committed to delivering innovation, Accenture collaborates with its clients to help them become high performance businesses and governments. To apply, visit http://www.accenture.ca/careers and submit your application by October 7, 2005.

When: 
Thursday, September 29, 2005 - 17:30 to 19:30
Where: 
Wesbrook Building, Room 100