September 26th, 2008
Stephen Baer, Managing Partner TheGameAgency.com will discuss this topic and share consumer case studies. The Game Agency is an agency focused on video games and interactive entertainment. Join us on
Monday September 29, 2008 for refreshements with Mr. Baer at 4:00 in King 223. His talk will follow at 4:30 in King 221.
September 25th, 2008
The Oberlin Archives are looking for a student assistant/webmaster for this semester. You’d be responsible for creating and editing web pages, writing guidelines for website modification, and assisting with other Archives tasks.
See the job posting or contact Kenneth M. Grossi, Acting College Archivist for more information.
September 22nd, 2008
*Title: Dorm Energy Computer Manager/Developer*
September 11th, 2008
Local resident who has had CS gurus for years still struggling with his computers (3 networked). Need a CS Junior/Senior (or other level) for lessons usually 1.5 hours per week. $12 per hour cash. (more…)
September 9th, 2008
Cleveland Cavaliers – Intranet Developer/Designer
The Cleveland Cavaliers are seeking an intranet developer and designer. Under direction of the IT Director, develops and designs content of company intranet site, and manages on day-to-day basis.
September 9th, 2008
STUDENT WORKER WITH WEB DESIGN SKILLS NEEDED
The Environmental Studies Program is seeking a student applicant for the Environmental Studies Information Center (ESIC) as working monitors for 4 to 10 hrs. per week. The applicant should be proficient in advanced web design skills.
Please send a cover letter and resume that includes your contact information and illuminates your proficiencies to: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 4th, 2008
Registration for the totally awesome programming ExCo is now open.
For more information or to register go to:
September 2nd, 2008
It’s Sundae Friday!
Join us this Friday (Sep 5) for a welcome back celebration for the Computer Science and Mathematics students and professors. 4:20pm in the King/Rice courtyard.
September 1st, 2008
Greetings! My name is Chris Martin and I’m a professor in the Physics and Astronomy Dept. Every year my lab has a number of tasks that would be a lot of fun and great learning experiences for CS students. My physics research uses computational techniques for everything from controlling satellites to simulating the motions of entire galaxies. I’d be happy to pay students who are looking for a job, or offer credit for students who are more interested in the research itself.