[Cs-contests] Fwd: Exploring Graduate Study in Computer Science - workshop October 24 at Dartmouth
goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Fri Oct 16 16:49:45 EDT 2015
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From: David F. Kotz <David.F.Kotz at dartmouth.edu>
Date: Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 4:48 PM
Subject: Exploring Graduate Study in Computer Science - workshop October 24
To: Sharon Goldberg <goldbe at cs.bu.edu>
Cc: "Prof. Kevin Fu" <kevinfu at umich.edu>
Kevin Fu (cc) suggested that I contact you, in hopes that you might share
this announcement with students and faculty in the New England region. I
am particularly hoping this announcement will reach seniors who are
majoring in computer science (or related fields). Dartmouth is hosting a
free workshop on October 24 aimed at inspiring students to continue on for
a graduate degree in Computer Science. Whether students are interested in
industry or academia, they will learn more about what it’s like in graduate
school and how it can help them in their career - along with tips for
applying to graduate school and success as a graduate student.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.
David Kotz, Champion International Professor
Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College
kotz at cs.dartmouth.edu 603-646-1439
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*Exploring Graduate Study in Computer Science*
*a FREE workshop at Dartmouth College*
October 24, 2015 in Hanover, NH
Considering Grad School in CS? Go for it:
• Dig deeper into research.
• Make a difference...teach!
• Earn more when you graduate.
• Open more opportunities for advancement.
• Build cool tech tools for industry.
• Be your own boss and chart your own research path.
Dartmouth invites you to attend this *free workshop on October 24*, *Exploring
Graduate Study in Computer Science <http://egs.cs.dartmouth.edu/>,* on its
beautiful campus in Hanover NH. You’ll hear about cool research underway
by a variety of faculty and student speakers, a guest lecture by a recent
PhD who is now a Senior Staff Engineer at Google, and get to meet with
faculty and current grad students. You’ll get tips about preparing your
grad-school admission materials, and if you bring a draft you’ll even get
one-on-one coaching from a professor!
Lunch and dinner are included. The workshop opens at 11am and concludes at
8pm, making it possible for you to drive to and from Hanover in the same
day; if you need overnight lodging, please note that on the registration
Although the workshop is free, *pre-registration is required* by October
17: visit http://egs.cs.dartmouth.edu and scroll down to “Register below”.
Please share with your friends at other universities - this workshop is
open to all seniors who are majoring in computer science (or related
fields) and who are considering a graduate degree in computer science.
PS. The University of Michigan is offering a similar workshop
<http://cse.umich.edu/Explore_Grad_Studies_2015/> on October 17, if that
date or location works better for you.
Computer Science, Boston University
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