We’re so excited about Computer Science Education Week next week that we’re starting early! Check out these awesome events leading up to next week’s celebrations.
Pleasantville Campus Events
Seidenberg Tech Collective – Wed, November 29th
Guest Speaker: Brian Brunos, developer and entrepreneur at Swapity
Goldstein Academic Center, Room G300.
Our special guest speaker, Brian Brunos, will be speaking about his experience of successfully developing and launching a cryptocurrency exchange that does not require user accounts and pays 100% dividends through cryptocoin, Swapcoin.
Harley the Cybersecurity Dog – Thurs, November 30th
A K9 presentation of Harley the Cyber Dog, who can detect devices that may contain illegal content. This is a great event for the entire #PaceU community! No cybersecurity knowledge required, only a love of puppies.
Social Innovation Hackathon – Saturday, December 2nd
The Social Innovation Challenge is a 12-hour long hackathon open to ALL majors and skill levels. The theme is social innovation, however you may bring your own problem as well! For more information, please visit: https://hackday.mlh.io/Pace%20University%20Pleasantville%20Campus
Robotics Demonstration – Monday, December 4th
Seidenberg professor of Computer Science, Dr. Rick Kline, will give a demonstration on our new robot overlords.
12:10-1:10 in Goldstein G300.
Seidenberg Special Interest Tour – Westchester Campus – Wednesday, Dec 6
Pace University Welcome Center – Marks Hall
This campus tour is available for prospective undergraduate students interested in Computer Science and Information Systems majors. In addition to a general campus tour, visitors will have the opportunity to meet an academic representative, tour the facilities used by the program, and whenever possible, will be guided around campus by a current student majoring in the academic discipline.
Seidenberg Tech Collective – Wednesday Dec 6th
Goldstein Academic Center Room G300
Returning and interested members welcome! The Seidenberg Tech Collective is an organization that is committed to enriching the lives of students and promotes interest in technology. Join us for the last STC meeting of the Fall 2017 Semester!
New York City Campus events
Pace Computing Society – Wed, Dec 6th
Seidenberg Lounge, 163 William St 2nd Floor – 12:10-1:10
Peer Mentoring and Mentee Event
Join PCS and guests – Seidenberg advisors Stephanie Elson and Matt Brown – to talk about our Peer Mentoring Program. Open to all current and interested members.
PCS is a club that aims to promote the interest in modern computing and design by hosting interactive workshops as well as inviting industry speakers to show what the real world experience is like. Any student with an interest in design and technology is invited to join us during our meetings. During this week’s meeting, peer mentor/mentee event with Stephanie and Matt
Cybersecurity Club Metasploit Workshop – Friday, Dec 8th
12:00pm-3:00pm Seidenberg Classroom Room 237
163 William Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY
The Cybersecurity Club in NYC is hosting a series of workshops and guest speaker events throughout the Fall of 2017. All events are open to any Pace student, but must sign up for the club during the event. Students who are current members have first priority for the workshop. Metasploit Workshop Metasploit is a framework that is used to deliver exploits and payloads to victim computers. This workshop will teach students how to ethically and effectively use Metasploit for conduction penetration tests.
More info and more events to come so stay tuned!
Stay updated on Seidenberg events with our Calendar.