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Mark Lowenthal, Ph.D., leading scholar and renowned national security and intelligence expert, will discuss pressing issues in intelligence and future trends in the field on Wednesday, February 21 at 10 a.m. in EnGeo 1301.

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Interested in Game Design? Join us for the next CS Speaker Series presentation by Melissa and Gregory Avery-Weir with Future Proof Games on Wednesday, February 14th, at 12:10 in the NTELOS Room (ISAT/CS 259).

The Weirs formed Future Proof Games in 2012 with the intention to create larger, richer works and evolve the state of the art in game design. Their next major release is The Majesty of Colors Remastered in AppStore, Play Store, Steam, and itch.io on February 28 futureproofgames.com

Refreshments will be provided courtesy of the Computer Science Department.

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Get your resume ready for the CISE Career Fair!

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Join us on Wednesday, January 24 at 12:20 in ISAT/CS 246 for the upcoming JMU CS Research Seminar. Professor Michael Kirkpatrick will discuss Meltdown and Spectre - Complexity and the Death of Security.

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Interested in knowing what our professors do over break? Take a look at the 3D printed "mathy" holiday ornament based on a random 100-circle packing on the 2-sphere - generated by Professor John Bowers! Want one? Visit Shapeways and print one on demand: https://www.shapeways.com/…/ZZ8WJ5H…/circle-packing-ornament

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Happy Holidays and best wishes for 2018!

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Are you a CS major looking for a part-time internship through the spring?

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Looking for something to do today?
Join us for the 3rd Annual Zeta Rescue Competition!
WHEN:10:30 a.m.
WHERE: ISAT/CS 259 (nTelos Room)
ABOUT: Once again, students in the Engineering Department have meddled with forces they do not understand. In the early-morning hours of December 12th 2017, members of an unauthorized capstone project accidentally released massive quantities of deadly *zeta radiation* ! The area is unsafe for humans. Autonomous robots must race against th...e
clock to locate and identify as many incapacitated victims as possible.

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Interested in working with us? The CS Department is accepting applications for undergraduate lab assistants for Spring 2018.

You must have successfully completed CS159 or equivalent to be considered for a position. Assistants will be needed for CS 149 and CS 159 (and perhaps others, depending on departmental need). If you are interested in serving as an assistant, please complete this online application – http://jmu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3VE69Sufp3mRrWl
(If you we...re a lab assistant last semester, you still will need to complete an application).

The deadline for applications is Wednesday, January 3rd.

These are paid positions with a 10-hour maximum per week at $8.50/hour.

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Join us TODAY at 12:20 p.m.in ISAT/CS 243 for the Fall ’17 JMU CS Research Seminar. Professor Michael Stewart will present: “Algorithms ruin everything"

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ISAT and CS students (and alumni) focus their research on improving bus transportation for JMU students and the entire Harrisonburg community. #jmuisat #jmucs #4VA #engaged #community #JMU #collaboration #UVA #JMUCISE #HDPT

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Learn how you can become a partner!

Do you want to reach over 2,000 potential project ready employees with top technical talent, who have a knack for problem-solving and a drive to succeed? Check out our new Industry Partners Program!

The College of Integrated Science and Engineering is proud to announce its Industry Partners Program.
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On October 20-21, several CS students and faculty members traveled to Allentown, PA for the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSC) Eastern Regional Conference, held at Muhlenberg College.

Dr. Dee Weikle, presented a workshop on using Git in the classroom. Garrett Folks, Chuchi Soriano, and Isaac Sumner presented peer-reviewed research paper talks based on their class projects in CS 470: Parallel and Distributed Systems (advised by Dr. Mike Lam).

Xiang Chen, Qu...incy Mast, and Zamua Nasrawt participated in the competitive programming contest, in which they bested eighteen other teams to win first place!

Congratulations to all six students and their significant accomplishments!

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Do you like soccer? Need a break; from coding?

Join your Computer Science peers in the UREC Intramural Soccer Tournament.

When: Nov 27th/Nov 29th (Mon/Wed @7pm-9pm)

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Where: UREC indoor soccer courts

How: email pajimoem@dukes.jmu.edu with your name and number (to be added to the GroupMe)

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Please consider helping a family in need this Thanksgiving.

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Join your fellow Dukes in the fight against hunger by participating in our 10th annual food drive! This effort supports the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, who serve...s more than 105,000 people in western and central Virginia each month. Your donation makes a tremendous impact, as our previous drives have generated more than 7,000 lbs. of food and close to $3,000. An amount equivalent to 17,000 meals!

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