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CSSE Student Activities/Resources

Pizza Lunch'eon Learn

Each month during the fall and spring semesters, we invite local computing professionals to join us for pizza in JH174 from 12p to 12:45p to talk informally about the real world and answer questions. All Butler students are invited, and food will be provided.

2019-2020 Calendar

Date Guest Affiliation
September 9, 2019 Internship Experiences Butler

September 16, 2019

Patrick Bagnudo and Matthew Nims

CS401 Presentations
September 23, 2019

Al Carroll

TechPoint
September 30, 2019

Mary Hermann, Gabbi Forsythe, and Ryan Ooley

CS401 Presentations
October 28, 2019 Josh Knox, George Brantley, Emily Gaddy Kinney Group
November 4, 2019 Troy Campbell Medview
November 11, 2019 Makeda Lands IUPUI
November 18, 2019 Sean Gibbens BU Alum '15 Elate
January 27, 2020 Mike Burroughs Salesvue
February 10, 2020 Carlie Jensen LIDS
March 30, 2020 Matt Holmes BU Alum '19, Megan Samuelson BU Alum '19 Eli Lilly and Company
April 6, 2020 Rachel Burke BU Alum '19 Experian

For accessibility information or to request disability-related accommodations, please visit our Event Accommodations page.

Previous Monday Luncheon Schedules.

ACM Club Game Night

  • Game night will be on the following dates at 6pm in FB148.

9/5
10/3
11/7
12/5
2/6
3/5
4/2

  • Pizza, board games, video games, study space, hang out time
  • Pizza is $3
  • Open to all CS students (Majors, minors, has taken CS 142 one time, etc...)

Please contact the ACM Club officers with any questions:

President, Jack Goldstein

Vice President, Ryan Graham

Secretary, Troy Wiegand 

Treasurer Hannah Robison

 

 

Robot Programming Course

A student programming a robotThe Computer Science and Software Engineering Department has a Robot Programming course (AR220-CS). The students are having a great time with their scribbler robots!

J. James Woods: Lectures in the Sciences and Mathematics

The "Woods" Series was established by a generous gift from the estate of J. James Woods. The goal of the Woods bequest is to bring prominent mathematicians and scientists to Butler University in order to speak on theories at the frontier of their disciplines, as well as on related technologies and other issues of public concern.