Department

Industry Outreach

Why Collaborate with UBC Computer Science?

Preparing our students to become productive members of the workforce occurs primarily in the classroom, but we also provide students with the opportunity to engage with the local, national, and international firms in which they will ultimately be employed. Our students are highly motivated to find jobs where they can use their skills in stimulating and rewarding work environments, and we are highly motivated in helping them find those environments. To that end, we have a number of creative venues for connecting you with them.

Past Activities

  • Recruitment and Retention in Computer Science Study
  • 1st Year Undergrad Surveys
  • Statistics
  • Movie Night
  • ChicTech
  • High School Outreach Program
  • Alumni Panel
  • The CRA-W Grad Cohort for Women Workshop
  • Paper for the Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education

Activities in CS


(L - R) Lesley Shannon, Elizabeth Croft, Anne Condon, Maria Klawe

Above: Four Generations of NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering, BC/Yukon

Undergraduate Community Building

FOWCS luncheons and dinners are held monthly; speakers from industry and academia are invited to come and shaire their career experience with students. We also hold workshops and panels on topics designed to encourage women in Computer Science. Past topics have included salary negotiation, presentation skills, preparing applications to graduate school, and "Thrive as a Women in Technology."

Emergency Disaster Kits

Plan for 72 hours

The department maintains a small number of flash lights, first aid kits, and blankets on hand for emergencies. We do not store water or food in case of longer emergencies. It is recommended that building occupants make personal emergency disaster kits to last for 72 hours.

Here is shortlist of items recommended for a personal Emergency Disaster Kit..

First Aid Attendants & Floor Wardens

  Room Phone
Emergency Director: Moyra Ditchfield 135 2-5809
Assistant Emergency Director: Ming Lau 151

ICICS/CS Reading Room : Technical Reports


Find technical reports from our department, UBC and beyond.

The CS Department was a participating member of NCSTRL (Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library).

UBC Computer Science Technical Reports

Adding a Technical Report (MyCS login required)

The ICICS/CS Reading Room can issue you a UBC CS TR (technical report) number. Please contact us before depositing the report in cIRcle.

ICICS/CS Reading Room : Access


Students, departmental users and the public are welcome to visit during opening hours.

Access Control

24 hour access to the Reading Room is available to Faculty, Graduate students & Staff in Computer Science or connected to ICICS.

ICICS/CS Reading Room : About Us

Getting Started

For Graduate students, Faculty and Staff [pdf]

Information on accessing our facilities and finding and using our resources.

For Undergraduate students, non-Departmental users and Visitors [pdf]

Information on accessing our facilities and finding and using our resources.

ICICS/Computer Science Reading Room


ICICS/Computer Science Reading Room (ICCS 262)

The ICICS/CS Reading Room provides dedicated, in-house information resources and assistance for the Department of Computer Science and the Institute for Computing, Information and Cognitive Systems:

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

 

ICICS/CS Building 201-2366 Main Mall
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4 Canada
Tel: 604-822-3061 | Fax: 604-822-5485
General: help@cs.ubc.ca
Undergrad program: undergrad-info@cs.ubc.ca
Graduate program: grad-info@cs.ubc.ca

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