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Info Session of Interest to CS Majors

From: Gwen Spencer <gspencer@smith.edu>
Hi All,
Next Wednesday, April 12, at 4:30 in Ford 240 we’ll have an info session on Analytics: a fast-growing field that is hungry for quantitatively-strong applicants. Analytics is a close relative of Data Science, and focuses on extracting actionable insights from data and mathematical models. This is a great career [ >> more ]

April 4th, 2017 · Tags: Events, Grad School

Graduate Studies in Mathematical,Computational and Systems Biology (MCSB)

Received from John Lowengrub, Director of Graduate Studies, MCSB Program
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I am writing to encourage you to apply to the graduate program in Mathematical,Computational and Systems Biology (MCSB) at UC Irvine.
We are looking for excellent students, with a variety of different backgrounds, who wish to work at the interface between the biological sciences, the
physical sciences, computer [ >> more ]

November 2nd, 2016 · Tags: Grad School

MS degree in Comp. Linguistics at Brandeis U.

Our Master’s Degree Program has an extremely high placement rate in Computational Linguistics industry jobs and Ph.D. programs, both immediately after graduation and over the long term. The two-year time frame of our program allows students to fully master both the theoretical and programming requirements needed for long-term success in this demanding field. Along with [ >> more ]

October 5th, 2016 · Tags: Grad School

Master in Actuarial & Quantitative Risk Management

The Mathematics Department at the Ohio State University is has recently added the Master in Actuarial and Quantitative Risk Management (MAQRM) as a new graduate degree program to its offerings.
Please forward the information below to any students, colleagues, or employers who may be interested in this program .
Applications
We are inviting applications for the first [ >> more ]

April 20th, 2016 · Tags: Grad School

New Guide for Careers in Computer Science

http://www.computerscience.org/careers/
 
As the field of computer science continues to grow, so do the career options for graduating CS students. Our team of developers, engineers and database administrators has just launched ComputerScience.org, and one of the first areas we tackle is careers in computer science.
In our analysis of the top 12 most prevalent [ >> more ]

April 8th, 2016 · Tags: Grad School, Internships, Jobs, Scholarships

GoGrad.org: A Guide for Women in STEM Graduate Schools

A guide for women interested in STEM graduate school:
http://www.gograd.org/resources/women-in-stem

April 7th, 2016 · Tags: Articles, Grad School

Brandeis University is seeking talented students for the CS graduate program.
Do you have a zeal for linguistic structure and a fascination with computer programming? Follow your passion into this burgeoning field, which is fueling the innovation in giants such as Apple, Amazon, and Google, and start-ups across the country and around the world. The Brandeis [ >> more ]

December 8th, 2015 · Tags: Grad School

The CASLab at Yale U. is recruiting

The Computer Architecture and Security Lab at Yale is looking for 1 or 2 seniors interested in graduate school, with strong background in computer architecture, FPGAs or computer security. More information is on their Web site:
http://caslab.eng.yale.edu/joinourteam.html

November 23rd, 2015 · Tags: Grad School

Yale School of Management Seeks Computer Science Majors

 
The Yale School of Management PhD program in Operations will prepare its graduates for faculty positions in operations research or operations management at research-oriented business, engineering and policy schools. For more information please visit the Yale School of Management PhD program website:
http://som.yale.edu/our-programs/phd/overview/operations
Applications should be submitted through the Yale Graduate Studies website:http://www.yale.edu/graduateschool/admissions/index.html.  The deadline [ >> more ]

November 23rd, 2015 · Tags: Grad School

Graduate school opportunity at U. Penn.

The graduate group in Applied Math and Computational Science (AMCS) at Penn is looking for talented, ambitious students interested in the development and application of sophisticated mathematics and computational tools for problems of real world interest. Our highly interdisciplinary program draws its faculty from 10 departments at Penn and provides students with the opportunity to [ >> more ]

November 17th, 2015 · Tags: Grad School