Join us at upcoming Carnegie Mellon events and workshops

Conde Nast Tech Talk and Presentation

Tuesday, February 7th, 12;00 - 2:00 p.m., Gates Hillman Center 6115

Are you interested in tackling exciting and difficult technology problems and also working somewhere that makes a cultural, social, and journalistic impact? Condé Nast is a technology company and media business that embraces software and engineering at every opportunity, in addition to winning 3 Pulitzer Prizes in 2016. We have many challenging and novel problems that we want you to help us think through and build.
If you'’re interested in learning more about us, join us for the tech talk, where we'’ll cover our technology stack and the technology products we're creating. This is a great chance to hear directly from Ed Cudahy, our CTO, and one of our Engineering Managers, Christina Kung, who both attended Carnegie Mellon! Food and drinks will be provided.
Check out the opening on our team! 

Electronic Arts Visit and Resume Drop

Thursday, February 9th, 12:00 p.m., Hunt Library Conference Room (first floor)

Are you interested in interning with Electronic Arts this summer? Because they sure are interested in you. Representatives will be visiting campus next Thursday, February 9th and will be holding an open office/resume drop 12 - 1 p.m. in the Hunt Library conference room (first floor, by the Global Communication Center). Check out their full listing of summer internships. Note that they are especially in need of UI/UX Designers, Content Strategists, and Technical Designers.

Love Your Data Week

February 13th - February 17th

FINAL-Love your data_flyer.jpgJoin the CMU Libraries in celebrating Love Your Data Week from February 13-17. Love Your Data Week is an international campaign to raise awareness about research data management practices, data sharing, preservation, and reuse.

Starting on February 13th, follow @CMULibraries for your chance to win a $50 Amazon gift certificate.

We'll be tweeting out tips and resources for the love and care of your data and data-related questions. All you need to do is tweet your answer and you'll receive a library valentine and be entered into a raffle for a $50 Amazon gift certificate. The more your tweet, the more chances you'll have to win!

Stop by our kick-off event at Hunt Library on Monday, February 13th from 1-3 pm to learn more about Love Your Data Week and for special treats and giveaways!

TNGL Hackathon and Innovation Conference

Friday, February 17th - Sunday, February 19th, IDeATe Studios A & B (Hunt Library, first floor)

Finalhackathonspring2017advertisement.jpgAre you interested in:

  • Music, and want to meet and learn from professional producers, hip hop artists, or learn how they get to major Record Labels like Def Jam Recordings? 
  • Gaming and Virtual Reality systems and want to learn about technologies like Virtual Reality or how major AAA titles like Madden or Battlefield are made, and how to get into the industry? 
  • Wearables and technology of the future or how technology can be catalysts in the Medical industry?
  • Comic Books, animation, super heroes, action figures and how to create them? 
  • Designing the things we interact with everyday, whether it’s gaming or technology, that change and shape our everyday life. 
  • Media and journalism covering industries like music, automotive, politics, gaming, or technology? 

What do these things all have in common? One word: Innovation. They are all fields that require innovation to make the impacts they do in our everyday life. That's why TNGL is hosting its 4th TNGL Weekend: Hackathon & Innovation Conference, an interdisciplinary, interscholastic, diversity and inclusion event where we want to show that anyone can be an innovator if given the ​ resources and incentives.

This event will be a weekend long event February 17th-19th at Hunt Library Studio A/B. For full information and tickets, visit the TNGL Weekend event page.

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