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FALL 2019 OPEN HOUSE - MATERIALS
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FALL 2019 OPEN HOUSE - MATERIALS
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Department Announcements

FALL 2019 OPEN HOUSE - MATERIALS
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Department Events



ACM TALK
Date: 11-19-19Time: 11:45am
Location: LSC 233
Details: SPEAKER: MARC GONZALEZ, Information Security Officer @Site2 TOPIC: Cyber Security for DoD Vendors Pizza @11:45AM Talk begins @Noon

Daniel Ricker - Thesis Presentation
Date: 11-25-19Time: 11:00am
Location: LSC 118
Details: TOPIC: VirtuOffice

Matthew Babinski - Thesis Presentation
Date: 12-2-19Time: 2:00pm
Location: LSC 118
Details: TOPIC: Picroll

FALL 2019 OPEN HOUSE
Date: 11-3-19Time: 9:00am
Details: As part of The University of Scranton Fall 2019 Admissions Open House, faculty and students of the Department of Computing Sciences will be available at the following times and locations. Meet & Greet: 9:00am-12:30pm, Byron Recreation Center Information Session: 10:00am-10:45am, Loyola Science Center 133 Department Visit: 12:30pm-2:00pm Loyola Science Center 182
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ACM TALK
Date: 10-29-19Time: 11:45am
Location: LSC 233
Details: SPEAKERS: JOSH DAVID & DR. STEPHEN MANSOUR TOPIC: APL and the Function/Array Oriented Paradigm as a Tool of Thought for Software Development Pizza @11:45AM Talk begins @Noon

Distinguished ACM Speaker: Josiah Dykstra, Ph.D. Topic: Getting Started with Cybersecurity Science
Date: 10-10-19Time: 11:30am
Location: LSC 133
Details: Abstract: This talk offers an introduction for students and practitioners to the application of the scientific method to cybersecurity tools and systems. Creating, using, and evaluating cybersecurity tools and systems are complex tasks. Many cybersecurity professionals are attracted to the challenges of building these tools and systems, and are motivated to use their expertise to bring sanity and solutions to real-world problems. The addition of scientific thinking aids in dealing with uncertainty, unknowns, choices, and crises. It can improve existing products and lead to groundbreaking innovation and applications. In this talk, we’ll focus on practical, real-world applications of science to the practice of cybersecurity. You’ll learn about scientific principles and flexible methodologies for effective security as you design, execute, and evaluate your own experiments. You’ll discover why the application of science is worth the added effort and you’ll glean insights from specific examples of experimentation in cybersecurity. Pizza Lunch 11:30-Noon DSP Presentation begins at Noon
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ACM Talk
Date: 9-19-19Time: 11:45am
Location: LSC 334
Details: SPEAKERS: LIAM O'HARE, SEAN McTIERNAN, DANIEL TARTAGLIONE, AND MICHAEL WASS TOPIC: Summer Internships at Carnegie Mellon University-Heinz College, MetLife, SentryWire at Alliance Technology, and Facebook Pizza and Soda provided at 11:45AM Talk begins @Noon

Meeting For All First-Year Computing Students
Date: 9-17-19Time: 11:45am
Location: LSC 233
Details: Meeting for all first-year Computing Sciences majors. This includes Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Applied Computing and InformationTechnology students. Pizza and soda will be provided @11:45AM Meeting begins @Noon

James Vasky - Thesis Presentation
Date: 9-13-19Time: 11:00am
Location: LSC 090
Details: University of Scranton Programming Contest Website Rewrite

Admissions Open House
Details: Each fall the University holds day-long, campus-wide open house events, which in part, provide opportunities to learn more about the Department of Computing Sciences. Visitors to campus are invited to join faculty and students in both formal and informal settings for scheduled Meet & Greet opportunities, Information Sessions and Department Visits. Open Houses are typically held on Sundays in late October and early November.

Admissions Preview Day for Accepted Students
Details: Each spring the University holds a day-long campus-wide event for all students accepted for admission, which in part, provides opportunities to learn more about the Department of Computing Sciences. Scheduled events include presentations, panel discussions, and department visits which provide ample opportunities to meet and speak with faculty and students from the department. Preview Day is typically held on Saturday in late March.

High School Programming Contest
Location: Loyola Science Center
Details: Area high schools are invited to bring teams to compete in a programming contest hosted by the Department of Computing Sciences every year in the spring. Teams of two or three students use a programming language to solve computer-programming problems. Awards are presented to the top three teams.

UPE Induction Ceremony and Dinner
Location: The DeNaples Center
Details: The Pennsylvania Gamma Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, The International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines, was chartered at the University of Scranton in 1985. Those who qualify for membership in this honor society are inducted at an induction ceremony and dinner held yearly in May.
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