volunteering

Girlsmarts Workshops a Phenomenal Success


Girlsmart Workshop, 2011

Held on January 29 and February 5, the 2011 Girlsmarts workshops for Grade 6 girls were a phenomenal success. Coordinators Sarah Rastkar and James Lo led a team of about 50 student volunteers who provided two full days of educational and fun programming activities for more than 140 Grade 6 girls.

NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards (USRAs)


Working in the LCI Lab

One of the most valuable research experiences for an undergraduate student is to be a research assistant. Each year, the department receives a number of NSERC USRA awards that help provide funding for an undergrad student to spend 16 weeks over the summer working full time in one of the department’s research labs, often with the opportunity to publish their work. This kind of research experience is highly sought after by graduate programs.

Volunteering


Awarding the Arthur Scow Prize for Student Development

The Computer Science Department is a community of students, faculty and staff working together. We provide department, community and outreach programs, and encourage computer science students get involved.

If you want to contribute to student life, department affairs and the community at large, here are some of the activities you can volunteer for:

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