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Department Events




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Alexander Calderon - Thesis Presentation
Date: 5-11-22Time: 1:00pm
Location: LSC 118
Details: TOPIC: Ray Tracing in Python Utilizing the PHaRLAP Engine

UPE Dinner and Induction Ceremony
Date: 5-6-22Time: 6:00pm
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. On Friday evening May 6, 2022 a dinner and induction ceremony will be held providing this years 13 inductees the opportunity to accept membership in the society. Current UPE members, departmental faculty, along with parents and guests of inductees normally attend.
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Evan Esposito - Thesis Presentation
Date: 5-4-22Time: 1:00pm
Location: LSC 116
Details: TOPIC: The University of Scranton Information Management System (TUSIMS)

Kevin McDonald - Thesis Presentation
Date: 5-3-22Time: 1:00pm
Location: LSC 116
Details: TOPIC: Stonks: The Online Stock Market Investment Simulator

Computing Sciences Colloquia
Date: 5-3-22Time: 11:30am
Location: BRN 228, Pearn Auditorium
Details: TITLE: Architecting Value ABSTRACT: In today's competitive career environment there is a key skill that can set yourself apart from your peers. Every engineer should be able to come out of school and be able to code features, write unit tests and collaborate with peers. The engineer that stands apart will be the one who is able to leverage their technical skills to architect solutions that provide real value across an organization. Their problem-solving skills will span beyond just the technical but will also need to account for aspects like user experience, design choices, maintainability, time to market, and build vs buy decisions. Tom and Steve will discuss these key ingredients of an engineer and cover real life examples of how to provide solutions that focus on value to an organization and some that failed. PRESENTER BIOGRAPHIES: Tom Sprows is a Director of Platform Engineering and Architecture at SkillSurvey. Prior to Skill Survey, Tom worked at companies such as COX Automotive, Project Management Institute and Susquehanna International Institute. He also founded his own consultancy, Sprows Solutions LLC. His roles have spanned from building websites, architecting applications and databases, leading teams and providing expert architecture advice. Tom was a 1995 graduate of the University of Scranton's CIS program. Steve Shillingsburg has 20+ years of experience leading software and technology organizations through emergence, acquisitions and divestures, methodology rollouts, platform re-architectures, and technology consolidations with a successful track record for growth. Steve is currently the Chief Technology Officer at SkillSurvey, a technology company providing talent intelligence solutions, where he leads software engineering, cloud engineering and devops, client support, and IT. Prior to SkillSurvey, Steve was the SVP of Product Engineering at Dude Solutions, a leading SaaS provider of operations, asset and facilities management solutions, where he led the technology organization through five acquisitions, global expansion, and significant client and revenue growth. Previously, he also led technology organizations for PeopleFluent, a human capital management SaaS provider; Certara, the leader in model-based drug development software solutions; and Thomson Reuters, delivering disruptive product offerings in the life science and healthcare industries. Steve was a 1997 graduate of the University of Scranton's CIS program.

Thomas Maccari - Thesis Presentation
Date: 5-2-22Time: 1:00pm
Location: LSC 141
Details: TOPIC: The ABET Accreditation Station

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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