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The first month of the new semester is coming to a close as the semster ramps up to the grind we've all so dearly missed. While the stresses of university life may fluctuate, you can alweays take sollace in the consistency at which the CompE newsletter serves you events to go to! Highlights: Ada's Team Mentoring Program: Mentors and Organizers Needed JUMP presents: Breaking & Entering, Security 101 LEED Green Associate Training Professors of the UofA: An Interview Series Google Careers: Hiring Now! Read more...
With CompE Week, GEER Week, and the Hackathon behind us, we can finally focus on the rest of the semester. Thank you to everyone who participated in these events. We hope you all get an opportunity to rest after a chaotic start to the semester. To those of you who have abandoned sleep, why not indulge in some of the content below? Highlights: Friends Across Campus - Invitation to Speed Friending and Paint Night IEEE Networking Super Session Professors of the UofA: An Interview Series Google Careers: Hiring Now! Read more...
It's cold outside, but that's no reason to be dead inside. It's GEER Week and it's time to feel that warm team spirit! Celebrate this week of Engineering pride and camraderie. There is no shortage of things to do, but if you find yourself with some free time, we encourage you to check out the events below. Highlights: HackEd: Alberta's Largest Student Run Hackathon Professors of the UofA: An Interview Series Google Careers: Hiring Now! Read more...
It's the start of a new semester, and we hope you all are de-stressed and ready to be productive again. It's important to start out the new semester right, which is made easier by the fact that both CompE Week and GEER week are right at the beggining of the month. If neither of those peek your interest, there are still plenty of other events below. Highlights: HackEd: Alberta's Largest Student Run Hackathon Professors of the UofA: An Interview Series Google Careers: Hiring Now! Read more...
We're in finals season, so this will be brief. There are some great events to look out for at the start of next year, and we hope you make the most of them. Good luck on finals, and enjoy your break. Highlights CompE Week HackEd ESS and FYEC Christmas Dinner INSPIRE - Student Satellite Opportunity Amii - AlbertaWomen.ai Battle of the Bands Casting Call Leaders Prize Competition 1) CompE Week WHO: Anyone who wants advice on getting employed and working in Computer Engineering Read more...
This is it. The final week of classes this semster. Good luck on all your finals, and enjoy the break between semesters. There is a lot going on to start the upcoming new year, and we hope you check out the events below. Highlights CompE Week HackEd Gitlab Software Engineering Intern Google Internship Oportunities Battle Of The Bands Casting Call Leaders Prize Competition 1) CompE Week WHO: Anyone who wants advice on getting employed and working in Computer Engineering Read more...
The course add drop deadline is at the end of the week. Finals are rapidly approaching, and what little time there is left, you should probably spend catching up on all that studying you've been neglecting. We wish you the best of luck in the comming weeks; also here are some events to look at. Highlights Gitlab Software Engineering Intern Google Internship Oportunities Battle Of The Bands Casting Call Leaders Prize Competition 1) GitLab Software Engineering Intern WHO: Anyone interested in working for GitLab Read more...
Reading week is over, and finals are approaching. If you'd still like to live in denial of all the assignments and poorly timed midterms ahead of you, you could always check out the events below! Highlights Computer Engineering Merchandise Cyber Security: Learn How to Get Started Speed Friending A Conversation with Jobber's Co-founders Battle Of The Bands Casting Call Leaders Prize Competition 1) Computer Engineering Merchandise WHO: Anyone interested in Computer Engineering merchandise Read more...
There is only one more week until reading week. A whole week of procrastination is ahead of you, and I hope you use it well. If you need any help doing so, I encourage you to check out some of the events below. Highlights Boardgame Night HackED Beta Battle Of The Bands Casting Call Startup Edmonton - Open Hardware Meetup Merchandise Ideas Leaders Prize Competition 1) Board Games Night WHO: Anyone who enjoys boardgames and popcorn Read more...
October is almost over, but for those of you who still have midterms, I hope you enjoy your spooky month to its fullest. Reading Week is quickly approaching, and with it a chance to catch up on sleep for all of you who aren't going to HackEd Beta. A quick reminder that the scariest thing, is the fear of what could have been. If you're in second year please sign up for HackEd! Read more...