This past weekend (April 2nd) was the 10th Annual Ohio Wesleyan Programming Contest. We sent 4 teams, all of whom did great, solving at least half the problems. Oberlin Alpha and Oberlin Prime took first and second place respectively, out of 12 teams total. Congratulations to our teams!
April 4th, 2016
March 18th, 2016
Abby Marsh, Carnegie Mellon Graduate Student and Oberlin College 2013 Alumni will talk about her Graduate School research and life as a graduate student.
Are you considering graduate school? Do you wonder what computer science research looks like? computer science is an extremely diverse discipline, containing many exciting research areas, and a doctoral graduate degree is the best way to begin your research career. This talk will give an overview of different fields in computer science research, and discuss human-computer interaction (HCI) research in depth. We will cover the graduate school experience, especially what life is like for a PhD student, the expectations of grad school, and the thrilling world of publishing research. Students are encouraged to ask questions. Join us on Thursday, April 7 4:00 for refreshments followed by the talk at 4:30 in King 239
March 3rd, 2016
Tuesday, March 15, 2016 4:30 King 239
Join us for a talk with Richard Townsend; Columbia University:
Pure Laziness: An intro to the Haskell Programming Language
High-level programming languages such as Python and Java increase programmer productivity by abstracting away low-level details like memory management and computer architecture. However, most of these languages still force the programmer to think like a computer; we must tell the computer exactly how to solve a problem via ordered sequences of statements and explicit looping constructs. Functional languages like Haskell provide an alternative approach: instead of telling the computer how to perform a computation, you simply describe the computation itself and let the language do the work. This approach leads to more intuitive programs and higher programmer productivity in the long run. My talk will serve as an accessible introduction to the Haskell language, covering its clean syntax, lazy semantics, and pure functional model. My hope is to engender interest in other programming styles, and show that learning a vastly different programming language can lead to new problem solving techniques applicable throughout a computer scientist’s career.
Refreshments at 4:00 in King 225
February 18th, 2016
Bring your questions build answers!
Monday February 22 4:30-5:30 King 239
Oberlin Alum Seth Wimberly and Ted Warner will talk about what it is like to work at Google and some of the cool stuff that the full time engineers and interns work on. They will share opportunities Google has for technical students. There will be food and swag for all! Resume Review drop-in office hours in King 225 Tuesday Feb. 23 2-5pm.
February 10th, 2016
Calling all CSCI majors! Join the CSCI Faculty for an informal lunch in Stevenson, March 7 and April 18
Griswold East has been reserved from 11:30-1:30
December 4th, 2015
CSCI Community Art Show Saturday, Dec. 5 8:00 p.m. Harkness Basement
Join us! On display will be visual arts, crafts, music, acts, etc.
All are Welcome.
October 29th, 2015
- Monday Nov 2 Noon Winter Term Information Meeting King 239 Pizza Sign up
- Thursday Nov 5 12:15-1:15 – MongoDB recruiting and talk Pizza sign up
- Friday Nov 6 6:00p.m. Dawn Shaikh, Manager @ Google – User Experience Researcher Severance 132B RSVP to email@example.com
- Saturday Nov 7 1:30-2:30 – David Asch, Decisiv – Liberal Arts Opportunities @ Software Companies AJ Lewis Hallock Auditorium
- Wed Nov 11 Noon – Epic Recruiting Event More info to follow
- Tues Nov 17 Rhys Price Jones Talk Sponsored with Math 4:30 King 239
October 23rd, 2015
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Completed applications received by November 13, 2015 will be guaranteed full consideration.
October 5th, 2015
Join us for a Pizza Lunch talk presented by Career Services Monday, Oct 12
Noon-1:00 p.m. King 239
CSCI Faculty will present helpful information and tips.
Career Services will present and demo available job search databases.
Sign up in the CSCI office to attend by Friday, Oct 9
September 23rd, 2015
Review of applications will begin on November 6, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled. Completed applications received by the deadline will be guaranteed full consideration.