Imagine Cup Earth is a new contest for students ages 6-18 in which you’ll use computer programming to create a game, simulation, or story inspired by the kinds of earth science that NASA and other researchers do every day. 18 winning students will win prizes totaling $36,000!
Female high school students are formally invited to the 2015 ChicTech Retreat sponsored by the University of Illinois’s Women in Computer Science! This two day overnight retreat will be held on November 7th and 8th at our Thomas Siebel Center for Computer Science, which is the building on campus for computer science. This retreat will teach high school students more about computer science, and they will get the chance to work on their very own project that they can showcase at the closing ceremony! Other fun activities include a photo scavenger hunt, a girls movie night, and computer science trivia (with prizes!)
Attached is a flyer. All female students–especially those who enjoy technology, creative and critical thinking, logic, and math should consider this opportunity. Registration will close on October 16th, and they will notify the applicants by October 24th. Most girls should be accepted, however there is a cap on number of participants, so apply soon!
For more information, visit: http://www.illinoiswcs.org/chictech. It contains a tentative schedule, FAQ, and the form to register. If you have any further questions, reach out to Brianna Ifft at email@example.com.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Computer Science | Class of 2017
Women in Computer Science | Outreach Chair
Engineering Student Alumni Ambassadors | Director of Student Engagement
This information is also on the Chapter website at: http://chicagoacm.org/
A joint Chicago Chapter ACM / Loyola University Computer Science Department meeting
Designing Experiences: Building the Tock Team
Speaker: Brian Fitzpatrick
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
5:00 pm Business Meeting, light refreshments
6:30 pm – Presentation
Loyola University Water Tower Campus (Chicago/Michigan Area)
111 E. Pearson Street, Chicago IL 60611
Beane Ballroom (13th Floor, Lewis Towers)
Admission: Free, Reservations Requested, General Admission, open to the public.
RSVP on the Chicago ACM meetup site
The Filmless Festival, coming up Oct. 23-25, is here in Chicago at ChiArts. Filmless is a 3-day listening party – audio screenings in the dark, live podcasts on stage (Invisibilia, Mystery Show, & more), and workshops for audio-newbies from the likes of This American Life’s Sean Cole.
More info, and passes/tix here: http://thirdcoastfestival.org/happenings/filmless-festival/program
THIRD COAST FILMLESS FESTIVAL:
HIGH SCHOOL TAKEOVER
Our three-day listening party will fill the halls of ChiArts, Chicago’s High School for the Arts, October 23-25.
The weekend kicks off Friday, October 23 @ 7:30pm and ends Sunday afternoon, 5:30pm.
A detailed schedule of events can be found here.
Read all about the 2015 Filmless artists here.
The basics (how to get there, where to stay) here.
A la carte tickets: $12 – $20
Select just the event(s) you’d like attend.
2015 FILMLESS FESTIVAL PROGRAM
THIRD COAST PEP RALLY –
FOUR STORIES, ONE BRASS BAND
Katie Mingle, 99% Invisible
Yowei Shaw, Independent Producer
Shannon Cason, Homemade Stories
Maya Goldberg-Safir & Dennis Funk, Third Coast Festival
SATURDAY + SUNDAY:
AUDIO SCREENINGS IN THE DARK
Featuring Q & A’s with…
Sean Cole, This American Life
Briana Breen, Love & Radio Mitra Kaboli, The Heart
LIVE ON STAGE
Mystery Show Live with Starlee Kine
InvisibiliaInconversation with Alix Spiegel
Radio Fiction for the 21st Century with Ann Heppermann and Martin Johnson, The Sarah Awards/Serendipity
Celebrate the winners of the 2015 TC/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition with Mike Pesca, The Gist
How to find, structure You’ve got a great idea,
and tell good stories now get the right gear.
Ben Calhoun,WBEZ Jeff Towne, Transom.org
INTERVIEWING FAMILY STORIES
Ask and ye shall receive Finding tales at the
(great tape) Thanksgiving table
Sean Cole, TAL Yowei Shaw, Independent
ALL WEEKEND LONG:
Can’t wait to announce the folks who will be part of this year’s sonic hoopla – stay tuned, the info drops soon!
On 9/23 from 6:30-8pm at HWL.
Feel free to share with anyone who might be interested. There are limited registration spots available.
Everybody can be creative – but we all need support in order to flourish. David Gauntlett, author of Making is Connecting presents a talk and mini-workshop about building creativity and networks. Platforms for Creativity can be everything from toys to knitting groups, digital tools to libraries. The activities will be simple, thought-provoking and fun.