Want to see what's up and coming in Canada's IT industry? The Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference provides students with an opportunity to interact with the brightest student minds from around Canada, as well as representatives from North America's leading IT companies! Companies such as Bell, Cognos, General Electric, IBM, and Microsoft -- to name a few -- participated in last year's conference.
After much effort and vote counting, we have a winner! Leading the pack with 17 amazing votes is design #6. Its graceful cubic lines evidently struck a note in the hearts of CPSC'ers everywhere and will be featured on whatever products we can come up with this year.
We applaud the designer of #6, Johnson Chuang, as well as the 71 people who took the time to vote. Kudos to the runner ups, #1 and #4. Remember, if you didn't make it this time around, there's always next year!
Due to the enormous amount of responses that we received and in order to facilitate voting, a panel of judges narrowed the field of designs to 12. You can view these designs by visiting the CSSS website @ http://thecube.ca/, click on CS Button Contest (editor’s note: now closed). Vote for your favourite designs by e-mailing nakisa AT cs DOT ubc DOT ca. Make sure you include your name, student ID and the choice for your design. The last day for voting is August 12, 2005.
Your CSSS Executive for the 2005/2006 school year:
There's just over one month to go until the 2005/2006 academic year begins! Your CSSS executive are busy planning some great events for the fall semester to ensure that this upcoming year is a great one. Welcome back to everyone who is returning, and a big welcome to all new and first year students in computer science!
As you may have noticed, we're also busy updating this website with new information. So feel free to take a look around, but some of the information might be out of date, as we're currently in the process of getting it updated.